California cruises often begin at one of the two ports in Los Angeles. There’s so much to see in the city of Angels from the glamorous Hollywood Walk of Fame to the amazing studio back lots where so many famous faces have filmed. For a look back at cruising history then step on board the RMS Queen Mary. The famous liner retired at Long Beach in 1967 and now serves as a museum and hotel.
Located on the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Riviera. There are plenty of activities to enjoy at the resort including surfing, fishing and golf as well long beaches to enjoy the Mexican sun.
Puerto Vallarta is referred to locally as ‘the friendliest city in the world’. The town offers a range of beaches to cater to those wanting to relax, have family fun or enjoy water sports. Surrounded by the Sierra Madre mountains there are plenty of opportunities to get close to nature in the rivers and rainforests.
San Blas was historically a fishing port. Today it’s popular for its excellent surf beaches and abundant migratory bird population. To see the best of ocean life, local fishermen offer safaris and in the right season whale-watching expeditions.
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