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The Sea of Cortez or the Yucatán Peninsula: from the west to the east, Mexico is full of treasures to explore. During your Mexican cruise, why not take a trip to the islands of the Gulf of California, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site? They offer a wide range of landscapes with background of crystal waters. Travellers will discover some of the most interesting and intriguing Maya sites in the world on the shores of the Carribean Sea.  

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Fuerte Amador, Flamenco Island - Miami
16 nights on board
03/04/2023 to the 19/04/2023

Price is per person, based on double occupancy, based on availability, and subject to change at any time. The category of stateroom to which this price applies may no longer be available.

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The difficulty of going on a cruise to Mexico is choosing between the west or the east of the country. On one side, you have the islands of the Sea of Cortez and their rich ecosystems. On the other, the treasures of the ancient Mayan cities on the Yucatán peninsula. Whatever your final destination, here are some of the most emblematic places, not to be missed during your stopovers.

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