Mexican Ports of Call

Mexican Ports of Call

Disney Cruise Line
Disney Cruise Line visits three ports in the Mexican Riviera: Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada, and Puerto Vallarta. These are the three Mexican Ports of Call. Visit pristine beaches and and participate in a variety of water sports. Guests can also visit colorful shops in relaxing beach towns.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Located at the tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is a sports-lover’s paradise. The area is home to amazing beaches and all of the water sports the one would expect, including a wonderful location for sports fishing. If land is more your style, there are several world-class golf courses to visit. The Cabo Dolphin Center offers educational and interactive dolphin programs. For a change of pace, visit the shopping centers or relax on the beach. Tendering is required for this port.

Ensenada, Mexico

Just 70 miles south of Tijuana, Ensenada is sure to have something for everyone. The terrain is mountainous and beautiful. There museums highlighting the history of the area. Avenida Lopez Mateos and Voulevar Costero offer each blocks of shopping near the water. Other highlights of this port include parks, beaches, restaurants, and even wineries.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta is a great place to enjoy a variety of water activities. There is snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, or watching for whales (seasonal). Want to stay on land? There is hiking, biking, and 4-wheeling through the jungle. Don’t forget about the shopping. Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe in a focal point of the town.

Mazatlan, Mexico

This beach on the Pacific coast is beautiful and a perfect mix of historical cultural experiences and modern life and amenities. The sandy beaches and long boardwalks are the perfect place for fishing and fun.

San Diego, California

This port of departure is an adventure unto itself. Major attractions in San Diego include the famous San Diego Zoo along with the USS Midway naval history museum.

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