How to Enjoy a Four Day Mexico Cruise

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For those who don’t have much time for a cruise, take a long weekend and cruise to Baja, Mexico for the weekend. Leave from Los Angeles at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, and arrive back in Los Angeles at 8:00 a.m. on Friday morning.

Once you arrive in Catalina Island at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, you will have time to enjoy a variety of activities until leaving again 5:00 p.m. to sail to Ensenada, Mexico. Some of the activities include a walk through Avalon, a ride in a glass bottom boat, scuba diving, snorkeling, and an inside adventure tour.

On Wednesday morning at 9:00 a.m., you will arrive in Ensenada, Mexico where you will remain until 10:00 p.m. Some of the activities in which you may want to participate include a ride on the Baja Bandidos Horseback trail where you can ride into the beautiful hills of the San Miguel Mountains. While on your ride, you can relax and have a traditional snack of fresh fruit and a beverage.

The Bajamar Golf Resort is a seaside course with holes resembling Pebble Beach. This site should not be missed during your excursion into Baja. Your trip ashore will also include a Gold Coast Tour, Wine Country Tour, shopping in Ensenada and visit to the memorials of some Mexican heroes, a tour of Fox Studios, and much more. Your time ashore will definitely be well spent and is well planned for you. In addition, each activity has been identified based on the exercise level involved so that those who are limited to minimal activity know in the beginning how strenuous a particular activity is before they embark on it. There is also a listing of the duration of the activity so that each passenger can plan accordingly based on the amount of time they have ashore in Baja so that they can participate in the activities that appeal to them the most. Of course, Sunday is a “fun day at sea.”

Before your cruise begins, you may even want to take some time to visit some sights as you are waiting for your flight to leave from Los Angeles, especially if your flight arrives after 3:00 p.m. Don’t sit around the airport the rest of the day, take an excursion and see some interesting sights such as the Ports-of-Call Village and the Cabrillo Marina. You will also stop at the Korean Bell or Friendship before venturing on to admire the coastline’s fabulous views from Palos Verdes Peninsula that include multi-million dollar homes, Portuguese Bend, Abalone Cover, and the Whale Watching Center. You will then pass through Redondo and Hermosa Beach before stopping for lunch at Manhattan Beach before heading to the airport.

For a four-day cruise, this packs a great deal of activity into your allowable time. This short cruise gives you a chance to relax and enjoy some off the beauty of Baja, Mexico without losing too much time from work or home. It also gives you an opportunity to visit some parts of Los Angeles and its surrounding area that you may not have had a chance to see. Give yourself a break from the every day routine and sail away to Mexico four days of fun, relaxation, and adventure. You’ll return relaxed, refreshed, and ready to begin again.