Sunday, October 11, 2009
Sail the Mexican Riviera all year round with Carnival
Exciting 7-day Mexican Riviera itinerary departing year round from Los Angeles
With airfares to the United States reaching record lows, there has never been a better time for couples and families to enjoy a cruise along the Mexican Riviera on board Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Splendor. Sailing roundtrip from Long Beach, Los Angeles, the itinerary is a great way for cruisers to see the scenic Mexican ports of Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas without the hassle of booking additional internal flights and transfers.
Puerto Vallarta features as the first port of call on the 7-day Mexican Riviera cruise. The resort city is home to Mexico's widest and deepest bay, where guests can enjoy golfing, horseback riding, hiking and whale watching. Guests will also visit the city of Mazatlan, which features some of the world's finest sailing and sport fishing. The last stop on this itinerary is Cabo San Lucas, which is located on the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Cabo San Lucas offers some of the most famous and often-photographed rock formations in the world.
With three days at sea, guests have plenty of time to enjoy Carnival Splendor's impressive onboard facilities, which include a triple decker Twister Waterslide, a seaside theatre and Cloud 9 Spa, the largest health and wellness facility afloat. Guests can also relax by the Lido pool deck, which features a retractable Sky Dome and two hot tubs on either side. Carnival Splendor also offers three dedicated kids clubs for children as young as two to teens up to 17-years-old.
Carnival Cruise Lines' 7-day Mexican Riviera cruise is priced from $746 per person twin share for an inside stateroom (based on 31 January and 21 February 2010 departures). The price includes all meals, accommodation and entertainment whilst cruising, in addition to taxes, gratuities and cruise NCFs. Departures are available all year round.
For booking enquiries, please contact Travel the World on 1300 766 566 or visit www.traveltheworld.com.au.
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