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Central America

Experience life through a wholly new kaleidoscope on board an unforgettable cruise. A visit to Central America can be both thrilling and relaxing, offering an array of attractions including clear, pristine and turquoise waters, Maya ruins, bustling markets and coffee farms. Cruise to Central America and experience the ruins of Spanish forts, beautiful beaches and diverse and dynamic cultures in all their splendour. Central America sits poised to deliver the best beaches in the world. Don't miss out on Central America's indigenous Heartland of Guatemala, discover the ruins of the great Maya civilisation whose territory spread from Mexico to Honduras, view the astonishing wildlife or make the most of the opportunities to trek through fascinating rainforests.

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Ports in Central AmericaTop Ports Central America
San Juan, Puerto Ricofrom
AU$ 699

San Juan is the largest city in Puerto Rico and also the capital. While once San Juan was an impenetrable fortified city, it is now a bustling and vibrant location attracting tourists and visitors from all over the world. With two distinct destinations you are sure to find the perfect Caribbean experience. Old San Juan is charming and will capture your heart with its colourful buildings and colonial charm while New San Juan is the metropolis of the Caribbean, offering all the amenities and attractions of a modern city.

Highlights of San Juan
  • Enjoy the stunning natural surrounding at the beaches, parks and gardens
  • Uncover the charming plazas, restaurants, shopping and more in Old San Juan
  • Discover the amazing colonial history of the San Juan Historical Site
Cozumel, Mexicofrom
AU$ 362
The island of Cozumel is located on the Mexican Yucatan peninsula and has a long history. The Maya built a religious center and many temples on the island. Even today you can still visit the ruins. Cozumel offers great diving opportunities with beautiful coral reefs.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexicofrom
AU$ 699
Cabo San Lucas is located at the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. The El Arco rock is the landmark of the region and is only accessible at low tide as the vast sandy beaches are inundated during high tide. The beautiful beaches and clears water have made San Cabo a popular holiday home for the rich and famous.
Puntarenas (Puerto Caldera), Costa Ricafrom
AU$ 1969
Puntarenas is a small harbor town in Costa Rica. The town lies on the Pacific coast and is surrounded by some beautiful conservation areas such as the wonderful beaches and coves.
Grand Turk, Turk Islandsfrom
AU$ 739
Grand Turk is located in the Atlantic and is the largest island of the Turk Islands. Together with the Caicos Islands, the Turk Islands form the British Overseas Territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands. The capital of the archipelago is Cockburn Town, located on the island of Grand Turk. The city is considered the cultural, administrative and financial center of the archipelago.
Puerto Quetzal, Guatemalafrom
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Puerto Quetzal is Guatemala's largest and most important port. The southern part of the port is particularly important for both freight and passanger transport.
Central America

Mexico

Fall in love with Mexico! The warmth, magic and vitality of this nation will keep you coming back for more.

Mexico constantly delivers new and exciting experiences every time you visit. You’ll never be bored if you cruise to this stunning country where the flavours, adventures and beaches are as tantalizing as the traditional dances. Mexico is the ideal cruise destination for families, couples or even honeymooners as there is something for everyone in this eclectic place. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to onshore excursions as you can visit Meso-American ruins, attend bright cultural festivals, visit fascinating colonial cities, nature reserves and of course, glorious sandy beaches.

About Cruises to Mexico

Cruises to the Mexican Riviera are a particular favourite amongst cruise goers. The Riviera stretches from Guatemala to the Californian boarder along Mexico’s spectacular Pacific coast. The region originally comprised of a group of small fishing villages along the coast which grew as a result of improved infrastructure and tourism. This boom was difficult to ignore and the cruise industry couldn’t pass the golden opportunity to get involved. The Mexican Riviera stretches from Guatemala in the South to the Californian boarder in the north and has retained its natural beauty and authenticity despite the palpable presence of the tourism industry. The magic of Mexico lies in this retention of tradition, natural beauty and rich culture.