Acapulco, known around the world for it’s stunning beaches and hopping nightlife, is Mexico’s largest coastal city. If your Mexico vacation takes you here, be sure to stop the Isla de la Roqueta, as well as the beaches of Pie de Cuesta and Puerto Marquez. There are so many things to do in Mexico and vacation attractions that you’ll be hard pressed to feel like you’ve done it all when you get back home!
Your cruise to Acapulco will not be complete without a stop at La Quebrada, where you can watch the cliff divers plunge 150 feet into the Pacific Ocean. Adventure vacationers will be delighted by the high precipices and deep water to dive in. If you’re on a Mexico cruise be sure to skip the dinner offered during this part of your cruise and opt for watching the cliff divers from the viewing deck instead; it’s an amazing sight to see and very few vacationers (just cruisers) can watch from such a relaxed vantage point! If you want to have your very own adrenaline fueled excursion while on your cruise to Acapulco, try going bungee jumping or parasailing.
The official language in Mexico is Spanish, however a lot of its residents have a basic understanding of the English language. If you happen to need medical assistance of any kind, and you don’t speak Spanish, the Hospital Magallanes can help. This private hospital consists of English speaking doctors and offers a variety of medical services, especially those frequently needed by vacationers. The Mexican peso is the official currency here, though the dollar is widely accepted. For the best exchange rates, go to omnipresent banks or casas de cambio.
Acapulco is a tropical paradise all year round, with temperatures raging from 72-91 degrees, which means you can book your Acapulco vacation any month that you choose. Find the right travel agent for your trip to Acapluco through Tripology, start your free request up on the right if you’ll be traveling soon! Be sure to pack a lot of sunscreen regardless of what time of year you take your cruise to Acapulco (or any type of trip at all), since you don’t want you’re your cruise to Acapulco photo album to include you with a sunburn.
Cruise lines that stop at Acapulco include Royal Caribbean International, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises, Silversea Cruises and Regent Seven Seas. Whether you’re looking for a cheap cruise, a luxury cruise or even a family friendly cruise to Mexico which stops in Acapulco - Tripology can find you a travel specialist to book your cruise to Acapulco, Mexico.
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