Mexican Riviera departing Los Angeles
Take the Ferris wheel for a spin on the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles before cruising down to the Mexican Riviera. Puerto Vallarta is an outdoor lover’s dream where you can go whale watching, snorkelling, horseback riding and so much more. In Old Mazatlán, visit the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception before reclining on expansive palm-lined beaches. Soak in the incredible desert vistas of Cabo San Lucas or go in search of migrating gray whales. With Norwegian, you’re free to savour everything under the sun.
The sunny and relaxed City of Angels is the second most populous city in the States. The movie industry probably comes to everybody’s mind first, but LA is a center of business, technology, culture and so much more. Don’t doubt the atmosphere here – it might seem superficial, but that’s just how the city rolls. If you get fed up with the sunshine and smiles, feel free to head beyond the city – to the forests, mountains and the beaches on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Los Angeles is heaven to the movie fan. The Hollywood Walk of Fame might be a little kitsch, but it’s still a must if you want to brag to your friends. Universal Studios Hollywood and Paramount Studios are the true movie sights – this is where the magic happens. But LA has a lot to offer on its own – there are picturesque neighbourhoods, delis where you can get the best street food and, of course, the sunny beaches. This is all crowned by the infamous Hollywood sign which reminds everyone that they’re experiencing a true gem of the West coast.
You will find this coastal town framed by the mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental of Jalisco and the immense Mexican Pacific. This fascinating tourist destination with red roofs, golden sunsets, and cobbled streets, possesses everything that makes for an incredible vacation: beautiful beaches, leading hotels, and a variety of restaurants and activities.
Puerto Vallarta’s art offering is amazing, from crafts found in the flea market to the fleeting creations made by artists with the sand of the beach.
Its art galleries, boardwalk, calm Banderas Bay waters -excellent for scuba diving, by the way-, and its endless nightlife, are some of the contrasts that Vallarta holds.
You will certainly love Mazatlán as it is a destination that combines sun and beach with the architectural richness of its historic downtown with details and finishes of neoclassical and French Baroque, which provide it with a unique beauty among the Mexican tourist destinations. Traversing Machado square will allow you to enjoy its gardens and its kiosk.
Mazatlán has the right activity for you, the beauty of its natural attractions; its paradisiacal beaches, rich in marine fauna; the weather; the people; the gastronomy; the culture; the activities; the sports; the architecture and the nightlife will make of it one of your favourite places to visit.
Cabo San Lucas
Cabo San Lucas is a Mexican destination that offers a perfect combination of great weather and spectacular scenery. Los Cabos is located on the tip of the 800-mile long Baja California Peninsula, with the Sea of Cortez on one shore and the Pacific Ocean on the other.
Cabo and San José del Cabo have everything you need for a relaxing (or active) vacation experience surrounded by extraordinary natural beauty and top-notch attractions and activities.
With easy access from important North American airports, you’ll experience warm hospitality, excellent hotels, and facilities, all with a “get away from it all” feeling. Los Cabos is safe, fun, unique and the only thing missing is you!