Looking for a unique cruise, try the one that goes to Mexico's Sea of Cortes between Baja California and Mainland Mexico. This "un-cruise" as they call themselves is a unique way to visit this part of Mexico, a place where sea turtles, oarfish, whales, whale sharks, dolphins, mantas, boobies and frigate birds can be seen. Here one can snorkel beside playful sea lions, scuba among the colorful coral, relax on white sand beaches, hike Isla Cerralvo's red rock cliffs, ride burros into the arroyos with a local family, kayak in the coastal mangroves and beachcomb in the small coves, all this and more can be done on a cruise in the Sea of Cortes a favorite place of Jacques Cousteau who called it the 'aquarium of the world'.
After a day of fun in the sun it is back to the 84-guest "Safari Endeavour" your home on the 7-day cruise. This newly refurbished ship has three decks with lots of space to relax, meet new friends and enjoy the passing views. Onboard are kayaks paddle boards, inflatable skiffs, hiking poles, and yoga mats, which means the passengers do not need to bring their own, it's all provided for them. On board is a hydrophone to listen to below-surface sounds and a mounted underwater camera that pipes the action to the lounge as well as the cabins so guests can see it on their TV.
Cabins can accommodate singles, doubles and triples, there are two hot tubs to enjoy after a day of adventures ashore, and a wine bar to embibe. Rates are all inclusive and the dates for this year are - Nov 22, Dec 13, 20, 27. Flights are in and out of San Jose del Cabo.
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