Acapulco, Mexico Port Summary
Acapulco, Mexico, is a vibrant cruise port known for its stunning beaches, rich history, and lively entertainment. The city boasts picturesque beaches like Acapulco Bay, Playa Caleta, and Playa Caletilla, offering opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports. Acapulco's iconic cliff diving spot, La Quebrada, mesmerizes visitors as skilled divers plunge into the ocean from impressive heights. The historic center, Zocalo, features the San Diego Fort and the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora de la Soledad, showcasing the city's colonial past. Don't miss the Fuerte de San Diego Museum, where you can explore Acapulco's history through its extensive collection of artifacts. Acapulco also offers natural wonders like Isla Roqueta with its beautiful beaches and snorkeling spots, as well as the enchanting Coyuca Lagoon, home to diverse wildlife. Whether you seek beach relaxation, cultural immersion, or thrilling adventures, Acapulco delivers an unforgettable experience.For additional information please visit the Acapulco, Mexico website.
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14-Night Eastbound Panama Canal Cruise
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15-Night Eastbound Panama Canal Cruise from Los Angeles
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