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Azamara Club Cruises Mexican Riviera Cruises

Azamara Club Cruises to Mexico explore some of Central America’s most beautiful Pacific Coastlines. You’ll see stunning palm tree-lined beaches with unique rock formations, towering volcanoes, lush rainforests, mysterious Mayan ruins and more. All of Azamara Club Cruises’ voyages focus on destination immersion with unique experiences, and the line’s Mexican Riviera itineraries are full of special moments. You could visit Mexican ports like Puerto Chiapas, Huatulco, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, Guaymas and Loreto, along with Central American gems in countries like Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala. Learn about the cultures of these Central American nations, marvel at the exotic and abundant wildlife, enjoy the bright greens of the protected Costa Rican rainforests and snorkel in the pristine Pacific waters. There’s so much to see and do on a Mexican Riviera cruise with Azamara Club Cruises that you might be most appreciative of the local coffees that will help keep you fueled throughout this memorable voyage.


Things to Do on a Mexican Riviera Cruise with Azamara Club Cruises


Azamara Club Cruises’ Mexican Riviera voyages offer something for all types of travelers. Thrill-seekers can go white water rafting in Costa Rica or learn how to surf from some of the Pacific Ocean’s best beaches. Nature-lovers will enjoy the untouched natural beauty of the region, which is full of unique animal and plant species. Historians will marvel at the ancient ruins spread throughout Mexico and the neighboring Central American nations. Featured below are some of the best things to do when cruising through Central America and the Mexican Riviera with Azamara Club Cruises:


Sloth in Costa Rican jungle
  • White Water and Wildlife (Puntarenas, Costa Rica)
    Puntarenas, Costa Rica is the perfect gateway to adventure. Guests seeking a thrill can go white water rafting down the Corobici River while those looking for a more relaxing pace can float through a mangrove swamp in search of crocodiles, sloths, monkeys and more.


Palenque Mayan Ruins in Mexico
  • Unspoiled Landscapes and Ancient Sites (Puerto Chiapas, Mexico)
    This southern Mexican stop can take you through some of the region’s most lush rainforests towards ancient Mayan ruins. The Maya city of Palenque features many stone temples and city structures which offer a glimpse into the cultures and lifestyles of the region’s previous inhabitants.


Beautiful beach near Huatulco, Mexico
  • Blissful Beaches and Bays (Huatulco, Mexico)
    The resort town of Huatulco, Mexico offers everything for the beach lover, from scuba diving, snorkeling and surfing to sailing, horseback riding and golfing. Huatulco is surrounded by blissful bays like Bahia Chahue, Bahia de Santa Cruz and Bahia Tangolunda – so you’re guaranteed to find your own piece of beachside paradise.


Concepcion Volcano in Ometepe, Nicaragua
  • Volcano Hike (San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua)
    While touring Central America, take advantage of your chance to see something unique, like volcanoes! Hike through Ometepe and enjoy the marvelous views of the Maderas and Concepcion volcanoes, the latter of which is nearly perfect in shape. Afterwards, explore the town’s waterfront shops and grab a fresh-cooked seafood meal.


Lands End rock formation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • El Arco and Eco-Tourism in Cabo (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico)
    Cabo San Lucas is famous for offering some of Mexico’s best watersport and eco-tourism destinations, the most famous of which is probably El Arco de Cabo San Lucas (also known as “Lands End”). Enjoy a day filled with snorkeling, kayaking and sport fishing and then admire the sunset behind this rock formation’s marvelous golden arch.


Gray whale breaching in Pacific Ocean
  • Whale Watching and Historical Sites (Loreto, Mexico)
    Head out into Magdalena Bay to watch the graceful grey and blue whales breach the surface for air. While back on dry land, take in the cultural history of the city by visiting the restored Mission of San Javier, a beautiful stone church originally built in the 1700s.


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Azamara Club Cruises Mexican Riviera Departure Ports

Learn more about your departure port options for a Mexican Riviera cruise with Azamara Club Cruises. Your Azamara Club Cruises Mexico cruise could embark from any of the following cities:

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