Pushing off from the verdant San Diego coastline on March 2, the Zaandam sails south and around Baja California to Los Cabos at the very tip of the peninsula. A toasty 80 degrees in March, Cabo is an emerald-water oasis with high-end resorts and first-class facilities. Loreto, the Zaandams next port of call, reveals a historic sanctuary, offering adventure excursions, infinite blue skies, and a rich cultural past. The following day, passengers can expect to disembark in Topolobampo, a beautiful fishing village where bottlenose dolphins, along with 30,000 species of marine life, glisten in the warm Gulf waters.
Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta are the last two ports on the itinerary, before passengers spend a few days reclining under the sun and the stars on the Pacific high seas and finally return to San Diego. Mazatlan is home to the Sierra Madre Mountains, an idyllic coastline, and a bevy of restaurants and golf courses, while Puerto Vallarta, a hot vacation spot for the rich and famous, allows visitors to experience its luxurious amenities, breathtaking waterfalls, irresistible beaches, and warm and friendly demeanor.
The Zaandam is a 4.5-star cruise ship with spa service, a Culinary Arts Center, movie theater, art gallery, casino, and tennis and volleyball courts, in addition to other luxurious accoutrements.
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