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So close, yet so deliciously far. Mexico might be right down there, but it exists in another world entirely. Experience a whole enchilada’s worth of rich culture and fun on a cruise to Mexico. Each port — including favorites Cozumel, Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta — contributes its own distinct local flavor to the mix. Whether your Mexico cruise style is west-coast Riviera with its Pacific charm, east-coast Caribbean and its island mojo… or perhaps Baja and its out-of-this-world coastal scenery, you’ll find Mexico central to a great vacation.

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On one of our unforgettable cruises to Mexico, you’ll experience powdery beaches, exciting cuisine, spectacular antiquities, and tropical sunshine. Explore the aquamarine shallows, colorful reefs, and mysterious Mayan ruins of Mexico’s sun-drenched Caribbean coast, where history, nature, and a rich culture sit side by side.

Wherever you sail to on your Mexico cruise, there’s tequila to be tasted, fresh tacos and guacamole to sample, and feel-good mariachi bands playing in cobblestone town squares. Add in the rhythms of salsa on the tropical breeze and you’ll have a vacation to remember.

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Mayan antiquities.

Discover the ancient Mayan sites of the Yucatan Peninsula. Puerto Costa Maya is the gateway to Kohunlich, where temples, palaces, and ball courts dating back to 200 BC lie in dense jungle. Or head to Chacchoben, the site dominated by a dramatic pyramid. From Cozumel, visit beautiful Tulum, the ancient Castillo perched on a cliff top overlooking the sea. Cozumel also has its own Mayan site, San Gervasio, which is still a place of pilgrimage today. 

Beautiful Beaches

Mexico’s Caribbean coast is famed for its powdery beaches and aquamarine seas. From Puerto Costa Maya, head to laid-back Mahahual for craft shops, spectacular coral reefs, and waterfront restaurants. On Cozumel, Playa Palancar, backed by dense greenery, is the perfect spot for relaxation. Playa Mia Grand is great for families, with kayaks, paddleboards, and a floating adventure park. Wild Punta Sur, meanwhile, is where turtles nest and tropical fish teem over dazzling reefs.

Colorful Cuisine

Explore the country’s famous cuisine in a cooking class. Snack on empanadas filled with cheese, meat, or vegetables. Sample cochinita pibil, slow-roasted pork stuffed into a taco, and salbutes, fried tortillas with tomato, onion, avocado, and shredded chicken. Taste tangy ceviche, cubes of fish marinated in lime juice and spices. Wash it down with frozen margaritas, or try a Paloma—tequila, grapefruit juice, and soda.

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A Mexico cruise offers endless ways to escape the everyday, whichever way you choose to explore this exciting country. Choose between 11 Celebrity ships, including three of our revolutionary Edge® Series, all offering the famous personalized touches that make every Celebrity vacation special. Unwind with a spa treatment on board. Dine your way around the world with globally inspired menus across up to 12 specialty restaurants. Bask in tropical sunshine by the shimmering pool, and toast the end of another unforgettable day at The Sunset Bar. 

Elevate your experience to the next level at The Retreat®, with beautifully designed suites, access to a private sundeck (on select ships) and tranquil lounge, and dining at the exclusive Luminae at The Retreat. 

Make the most of your time ashore with one of our creative excursions or Private Journeys, whether you want to ride a horse through the green hills behind Ensenada, race across the Baja desert in an ATV, or indulge in a spiritual healing ritual with a shaman. There’s no better way to discover the delights of Mexico than with Celebrity Cruises. 

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Top Mexico FAQs

What should I pack for a cruise to Mexico?

When packing for a cruise to Mexico, you’ll need clothing for a tropical climate. Bring plenty of beachwear, a sun hat, sunglasses, coverups, water shoes if you’re visiting coral sand beaches, and reef-friendly sunblock if you intend to go snorkeling.

If you book a snorkeling excursion, all gear will be provided. If there are places where you may want to snorkel independently, consider bringing your own equipment. 

Throughout the ship, casual resort wear, sundresses, shorts, polos, or button-downs are appropriate, paired with sandals, low heels, and loafers. In main and specialty dining, we ask guests to refrain from wearing swimsuits, see-through cover-ups or robes, bare feet, tank tops, T-shirts, and baseball caps. 

Smart Casual attire is required for entry to main dining, specialty dining, and the Celebrity Theatre. Smart Casual means you look comfortable yet tasteful in a dress, skirt, long pants, or jeans with a stylish top or button-down. Shorts and flip-flops are not considered Smart Casual.

Each itinerary features one to two more “formal” nights that we call Evening Chic. Evening Chic means you dress to impress, glamorous and sophisticated in your own way, with a cocktail dress, skirt, slacks, or designer jeans, an elegant dress top, or blazer—some guests even pack a tuxedo or gown for onboard photos. 

The daily program, delivered to your stateroom and available at the Guest Relations Desk, will be your guide to the correct attire each evening. If you do not wish to participate in Evening Chic, Smart Casual attire is acceptable for dining and attending the theater.

Do I need a passport?

It is the responsibility of each guest to identify and obtain all required travel documents and have them available at the pier when necessary. Before leaving home, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the required travel documents you will be asked to provide prior to boarding the ship. You’ll find more information here.

Not all Mexico cruises require a passport. If you are an American citizen traveling from the U.S. to Mexico on a closed-loop cruise, starting and ending at the same U.S. port, a state-issued ID and an original U.S. birth certificate are sufficient. 

If you are on a cruise that’s not a closed-loop, you will need one of the following documents: U.S. passport book, passport card, Trusted Traveler card (Nexus, SENTRI, or FAST), or an enhanced driver’s license.

When’s the best time to cruise?

The peak cruise season on Mexico’s Caribbean coast is from December to April, when the days are warm and sunny, with little rain other than the occasional short, sharp evening shower. You can also cruise to Mexico’s Caribbean coast in the shoulder season, from July to November; there may be a little more rain, but hurricanes are rare here. Your safety is our priority and ships can be moved if a hurricane is forecast.

Winter is peak season to cruise to Mexico’s Pacific coast. Hurricanes can pass through between May and November, so you could expect some rain then.

What ports do you visit in Mexico?

Celebrity’s ships call at Costa Maya and Cozumel on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. On the Pacific coast, we visit Huatulco, Puerto Vallarta, Ensenada, Mazatlán, and Cabo San Lucas.

Where do Mexico cruises depart from?

Cruises to Mexico depart from Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles, and Orlando (Port Canaveral). We offer a wide range of cruises to Mexico, from four-night getaways to longer voyages that combine the best Mexican ports with destinations ranging from Key West to New Orleans, Jamaica, and the Panama Canal.

Is it safe to cruise to Mexico?

For Celebrity Cruises® and parent company, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the safety of our guests and crew has always been our highest priority. We encourage you to leave valuables on board when you go ashore, and to use the safe provided in your stateroom for your valuables.   

As with any busy vacation destination, take sensible precautions. Don’t carry your cell phone or wallet in your back pocket, and keep your purse and camera close to you. Do not leave your belongings unattended on a beach. Do not drink tap water in Mexico—drink bottled water instead.

Are there any specific vaccinations or health requirements?

There are no specific vaccinations required to enter Mexico, but you should always make sure your regular vaccinations are up to date before traveling.

What can I do on board the ship?

You’ll find no shortage of things to do on board your luxurious Celebrity Cruises ship. Sunbathe by the pool, relax in a bubbling hot tub, or indulge in a treatment in the spa. Enjoy exploring all the different dining options, from made-to-order burgers and salads by the pool to French classics and a delightful 3D cartoon animation in Le Petit Chef, and steaks and seafood in the elegant Tuscan Grille. Elevate your experience to The Retreat and you can enjoy fine dining in Luminae, as well as suite accommodation and access to an exclusive lounge.

On Edge-Series ships, sit with a coffee or a cocktail on the Magic Carpet, suspended over the side of the ship, and admire uninterrupted sea views. On Solstice-Series ships, you can enjoy the sunshine from the beautiful Lawn Club while lying back on the manicured grass with a book.

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