Travel Deal Mexico – Sail the Mexican Riviera for 7 Nights


Unpack once and visit three iconic Mexico beach destinations with this deal for less than $450 per person (the lowest we’ve seen). This Princess Cruises deal is less than $65 per person per day and discounts a variety of 2021-2022 dates, including prime holiday travel. You can also add on a perks package for only +$40 per person per day.

What’s included:

  • Sail for 7 nights, roundtrip from Los Angeles, aboard Majestic Princess
  • Visit Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and Mazatlan
  • $50 onboard credit per cabin
  • Two onboard coupon books ($350 in discounts)
  • Fully refundable deposits of $100 per person

Per-person pricing:

  • $449 … Jan. 22, 29; Feb. 5
  • $499 … Nov. 6, 13, 27; +$30 Dec. 11; Jan. 8, 15; Feb. 12, 19
  • $599 … Nov. 20 (Thanksgiving)
  • $799 … Dec. 22 (Christmas)
  • $899 … Dec. 29, sail for 10 nights (New Year’s Eve)

These are prices for an inside cabin. Balcony cabins are also on sale, starting at $675 per person.

Want a quick getaway? 5-night Cabo San Lucas cruises are also on sale. Depart for $349 per person on Oct. 4, 9, 18, 27 or Dec. 15 (2021).

Onboard perks package: Add on a perks package to any of these cruises for only +$40 per person per day, which includes unlimited drinks, Wi-Fi and prepaid tips.

Ship details: Princess Cruises has no shortage of food-and-drink options, with various restaurants and bars on board to suit all tastes and ages. Sip craft cocktails in private cabanas at the adults-only Sanctuary or pull up a chair and grab a bag of popcorn for Princess’ signature Movies Under the Stars.

Book by Aug. 11.


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