Find out all the details about Mexican cruises from Los Angeles. Read our guide for more facts and information...
Carnival cruise is one of the most reputable cruise liners which offer cruises from Los Angeles to Mexico. Many people prefer their three night cruise from LA to Mexico as it becomes the perfect weekend getaway especially convenient for families.
The cruise sails off from the Long Beach cruise port which is along the pacific coast of California and goes to the Baja Peninsula.
Itinerary for a three night cruise
You have the choice of choosing from two cruise ships. Both the cruises have the same itinerary. They leave from LA in the evening and are scheduled to arrive in Ensenada, another Mexican port the next morning.
Sightseeing and other activities are planned in Ensenada for the entire first day the cruise arrives. Next you’re up for a ‘Fun Day at Sea’ which is the name given by the Carnival Cruise for the full day of cruising ahead. Three nights are spent on board before the cruise heads back to LA.
Carnival offers a total of thirteen excursions in Ensenada. You have the choice of choosing from beach based activities such as a day at a beach resort and a beach party.
You can also head out for sightseeing tours to see the blowhole La Bufadora, enjoy a driving tour along the Gold Coast and experience the very popular jeep adventure ride of the country side.
Those who are more on the adventurous side and admire beauty should visit the Gold Coast, Santos Islands and the Salsipueded Bay. They should choose either a horse back trail ride in Baja Bandidos which lasts for three hours or a kayak tour to La Bufadora.
Those who enjoy dining should head to the Calafia valley which is a few miles from Ensenada. Here you can take a cooking class in authentic Mexican cuisine or take a tour of the wineries which lasts for four hours. You can also enjoy golf at the Oceano Course of the Bajamar Golf Resort.
Similar cruises from LA to Mexico are also offered by Carnival. They offer many four days, four night cruises. They call first in Ensenada and next in Catalina Island that is 22 miles away from LA’s coast. You can also choose the cruise to Ensenada from LA and back for two days, two nights.
You can avail different itineraries which vary depending on the duration of the cruise. Ask your travel agent to arrange a cruise based on the sightseeing and activities that you plan to do. This will help make your Mexican cruise from LA to be a comfortable and enjoyable one.