The modern-day tourist has more options than ever before, with travel being increasingly accessible. In the past, many destinations and vacations were reserved for wealthy people with large incomes, but now almost everyone can enjoy travel around, experiencing new cultures and seeing new sights without worrying too much about the costs. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
2.Best Cheap Mexico Cruises
3.Carnival Panorama - 7 Night Mexican Riviera
4.Carnival Inspiration - 4 Night Catalina & Baja Mexico
5.Carnival Inspiration - 3 Night Baja Mexico
6.Carnival Paradise - 4 Night Western Caribbean
4 Best Cheap Cruises to Mexico
- Overview, Photo: Alexey Stiop/stock.adobe.com
- Best Cheap Mexico Cruises, Photo: Jeff Clow/stock.adobe.com
- Carnival Panorama - 7 Night Mexican Riviera, Photo: Horticulture/stock.adobe.com
- Carnival Inspiration - 4 Night Catalina & Baja Mexico, Photo: Ritu Jethani/stock.adobe.com
- Carnival Inspiration - 3 Night Baja Mexico, Photo: Mariakray/stock.adobe.com
- Carnival Paradise - 4 Night Western Caribbean, Photo: gladchenko/stock.adobe.com
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More Ideas in Mexico: Costa Esmeralda
Just north of the Veracruz port, the coast offers beautiful beaches abundant with lush vegetation. The emerald-green waters and golden sand of Costa Esmeralda, located along the Gulf of Mexico, provides a perfect place to enjoy some fun in the water or simply relax in the tranquility. The calm waves of the coast are ideal for diving or swimming. The towns of Nautla and Tecolutla, situated nearby, provide nearly two thousand acres of scenic green mangroves, through which visitors can take a boat ride to see places such as the Swamp of the Tilapia, the Hall of Silence, or the Cave of the Pirate. The Los Tuxtlas nature reserve gives visitors the opportunity to see the nuance between the marshes of the Papaloapan and Coatzacoalcos Rivers and the lush vegetations of the mountains.
Visitors to Costa Esmeralda can get their adrenaline pumping with a wide array of different water sports, including water skiing, scuba diving, boating, and sport fishing. Wakeboarding is another great option to get the heart racing, especially when going at full speed. In March, a sport fishing tournament for sea bass takes place along the banks of the areas Tecolutla River. The eleven-mile route along the Filobobos River takes visitors on a thrilling journey through a jungle. Along the way, visitors can catch glimpses of breathtaking waterfalls where the sunshine meets the water, offering people with a beautiful rainbow as a reward for the trek.
Visitors can explore the area’s wildlife and look for nearly hidden buildings at the Cuajilote archaeological site, which is known also as Filobobos. The vegetation hides much of the structures that were once used by the site’s ancient inhabitants. These structures have been preserved for many generations.
No visit to Costa Esmeralda would be complete without a visit to Los Tuxtlas. It’s one of the most beautiful areas around, and is situated in southern Veracruz, close to the mystic Catemaco. The Los Tuxtlas Natural Reserve gets its name from the word Toxtli, and Nahuatl word that means yellow birds or rabbit. Abundant vegetation awaits visitors, letting them walk through and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Several species of trees unique to the area can be seen at the nature reserve, along with over five hundred types of butterflies. Walking along the area’s paths, visitors will be immersed in the envelopes of trees in the mist and that wide variety of plants.
Costa Esmeralda is a strip of exotic vegetation, pristine beaches, and crystal-clear waters located in the heart of Veracruz. The beautiful sand of the areas features a shade of tan, and the sunsets will make visitors feel like they’re home. Twelve miles of stunning beach invite guests to enjoy a variety of water activities, such as snorkeling, during which they can learn about the marine life that live in the clear green waters. Visitors can let themselves be pampered within a setting in which it feels like time has stopped, allowing them to relax and listen to sounds of the ocean and birds.
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More Ideas in Mexico: Ensenada
In Ensenada, visitors will find the best place to view white sharks in the world at Guadalupe Island. There are also one-of-a-kind encounters with sea life available, as the elephant seal colonies that migrate to the area from Alaska can be seen among other wildlife encounters like viewing gray whales. Thousands of whales come from the northern seas to the area of Ensenada’s natural refuge to give birth. This natural refuge is located in the San Ignacio Lagoon, the Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, and in Baja California Sur’s Bahia de Ballenas.
Ensenada, Mexico also offers calm seas, a massive part tropical and part desert valley, hills, and mountains that act as a frame for the national parks. Visitors will also discover cave paintings, as well as an amazing marine geyser known as La Bufadora, which is a deep canyon underwater that ends as a cave. The marine geyser rises up over thirty meters above the sea level, and produces a sound that lends itself to the geyser’s name.
Wine lovers will also love the Ensenada region of Mexico. The city is considered to be the wine capital of Mexico due the large municipality surrounding it that produces approximately ninety percent of Mexico’s wine. Ensenada is also known for its spearheading of scientific research, and is a port of call for various cruise ships as well as a commercial port.
Visitors can begin their tour of Ensenada’s Coastal Boulevard with a visit to the port area, along with the Caracol science museum and the aquarium. A walk down the waterfront promenade leads to the square where guests can take in a local show or watch the dancing fountains. The Black Market is home to several different shops and restaurants, and offers a variety of fresh seafood. For more cultural activities, visitors can tour the city’s Riviera Civic and Cultural Center. The building’s stunning architecture is sight in itself, but it also houses temporary exhibits showcasing local artists along with artists from other parts of the country.
The Ensenada wine region features more than 25,000 acres of beautiful vineyards, and is home to over 70 wineries within its valleys. About ninety percent of the wine produced in Mexico comes from this region. A stop at the Vine and Wine Museum gives wine lovers a chance to learn about the history of wine in Mexico. The history of Mexican wine starts with the first missionaries from Europe arriving in the region, along with the kind of grapes, different production forms, and types of crops. Wine cellars offering wine tasting can also be visited in the downtown area of Ensenada.
Visitors can tour the undulating and extensive vineyards to become familiar with both large-scale wine producers and small family vineyards that use artisanal processes. The stunning landscape of the wine region alternates between olive trees and grape vines. Visitors can experience wine tastings accompanied by delicious sophisticated dishes prepared with the highest quality of organic and artisanal products from the region, including jellies and jams of exotic flavors.
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