ROUTES: The 64-passenger
Safari Voyager sails in the Sea of Cortés. The seven-night round-trip itineraries from San José del Cabo include “Baja’s Whale Bounty,” and “Cousteau’s Aquarium of the World.” The seven-night round-trip route from Guaymas, mainland Mexico, explores a biosphere reserve on the route called the “Milagros Maritimos de Baja California.” The 14-night one-way cruise between Guaymas and San José del Cabo explores the “Essential Islands of Baja California North and South.”
SHIP STYLES: Ships in the “Wilderness” category focus on active adventure. “Safari” designated ships provide extra amenities and adventure with a touch of luxury. The “Heritage” designation offers living history aboard ship and port-side.
RATES AND SERVICES: Cabins are priced per person, double occupancy, starting at $2,995 in low season. Rates include all meals, some wines and beer, port fees and taxes, airport transfers, park entrance fees, sports equipment, guided hikes, yoga classes, a wellness program, and all onboard guide services. Excluded are tips, some wines and liquor, travel insurance, massage treatments, some fees, and airfare.
All passengers entering Mexico need a valid passport.