Portland Cruises: Cruises Departing From Portland, Oregon
Looking for Cruises from Portland OR? Portland cruises offer a great vacation when you're in the mood to get away from gray wet Northwest winters and escape to a more warm climate. While cruises don't originate out of the Port of Portland, many great cruise deals can be found that offer a very short plane ride to a major cruise port city, such as Los Angeles. Whether you're looking for a Mexico cruise, or another cruise destination from Portland, there's something for everyone. Cruises are becoming more and popular, and it is getting easy to find the perfect cruise with a wide range of cruise packages and deals available.
Winter cruises from Portland are a popular way to escape the rain and get some sunshine and rejuvenation. An annual wintertime cruise holiday can become a great tradition with your friends. Cruises to Mexico and the Caribbean are popular destinations. You would be surprised how quickly you can be out having fun on your cruise ship...literally within hours from Portland on just a short plane ride to your cruise ship port of harbor.
Most cruises offer all-in-one packages that make vacation planning easy, and cruises are often more affordable than other vacation options, which adds to the appeal. Most Portland cruises to destinations like Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean will provide meals and snacks on the cruise ship, and a ton of fun activities. Once you arrive at your destination, you will enjoy port excursions and activities such as snokeling or scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, tours of Mayan ruins, beach parties, horseback riding, golfing, spa services, and more.
Portland Cruises to Mexico | Mexico Cruises
Portland cruises to Mexico are one of the most popular options for a sunny vacation. Mexico cruises are very popular because the Western coast of Mexico is only separated from Oregon by the State of California. Mexico offers great resorts, restaurants, night life, and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Your Mexico cruise from the Portland area will get you to some of the most popular Mexico destinations like Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas.
Cruises to Puerto Vallarta
Beautiful weather, great beaches, delicious food...what more could you ask for? Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican balneario resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. Some of the local food specialties include delicious marinated red snapper, grilled marlin, and ceviche (source: Wikipedia).
Puerto Vallarta - Photo source, Wikipedia
Cruises to Mazatlan
Matzatlan is a beautiful resort town full of fun activities and things to do. Your cruise to Mazatlan will bring you to a state of relaxation with plenty of great dining, nightlife, and events to choose from. Mazatlan is a popular tourist destination, offering plenty of beaches and resorts.
Mazatlan - Photo source: Wikipedia
Cruises to Cabo San Lucas
On the Southern tip of Baja California, you'll find the popular tourist are known as Los Cabos, and Cabo San Lucas. Known for its gracious hospitality, Cabo is also notable for its sandy beaches, world-class scuba diving locations, balnearios, distinctive sea arch El Arco de Cabo San Lucas, and abundant marine life. The Los Cabos Corridor has become a heavily trafficked holiday destination with numerous resorts and timeshares along the coast between San Lucas and San José del Cabo. (source: Wikipedia).
Cabo San Lucas - Photo source: Wikipedia
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