Cabo San Lucas
The vibrant and scenic city of Cabo San Lucas – located on the beautiful Baja Peninsula and commonly referred to as Cabo – is one of Mexico’s most consistently popular holiday destinations, offering a marvellous mix of intriguing history, fascinating local culture and golden sandy beaches, complemented by a year-round warm and sunny climate, all within spectacular and picturesque setting.
Cabo San Lucas’ old town boasts a wealth of historic architecture whilst the main town offers plenty of fantastic shopping and dining experiences. There are also many exciting coastal and land activities to enjoy across Cabo, including fishing, surfing and diving along the shore as well as off-road adventures and city tours further inland. Visitors can also appreciate spectacular coastal views from Land’s End, an area famous for its fantastic photo opportunities.
Located in the Caribbean Sea, just off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in southern Mexico, is the small Mexican island of Cozumel, a destination famed for its beautiful beaches, laid-back atmosphere and friendly local population, bolstered by the region’s typically stunning climate.
The island offer a mix of attractions for all kinds of cruisers, from pristine beaches – perfect for unwinding in the sun – to fascinating Mayan archaeological sites. The port is also popular with water sports enthusiasts, especially scuba divers, who come to observe the colourful underwater world that surrounds the island.
Puerto Vallarta is a friendly and popular city situated on Mexico’s spectacular Pacific coastline. The region boasts truly inspiring natural beauty across immaculate beaches, verdant jungle and dramatic waterfalls alongside a wealth of cultural experiences on offer in the city’s historic old town and along the areas new coastal boardwalk – known as the Malecon – where a plethora of fabulous shops, restaurants and bars are located.
Whilst in Puerto Vallarta, make sure to appreciate the region’s coastal beauty, whether that involves getting involved with thrilling water sports, such as scuba diving or snorkelling, or simply taking a stroll along the Malecon – the choice is yours.