7 Night Cabo, Vallarta & Mazatlan Cruise on Navigator of the Seas from Los Angeles, California Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Sandy Beach
The 7 Night Cabo, Vallarta & Mazatlan Cruise from Los Angeles, California visits Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Mazatlan, Mexico; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; Los Angeles, California. Explore our cruise itineraries and choose from a variety of rooms depending on your needs and budget. Start planning your next cruise vacation by selecting a destination and departure port.
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7 Night Cabo, Vallarta & Mazatlan Cruise
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Day 1 - Los Angeles, California
Day 2 - Cruising
Day 3 - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Day 4 - Mazatlan, Mexico
Day 5 - Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Day 6 - 7 - Cruising
Day 8 - Los Angeles, California
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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Sandy Beach
A sandy beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
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7 Night Cabo, Vallarta & Mazatlan Cruise

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Leaving from
Los Angeles, California
Onboard
Navigator of the Seas
Day Port
1
Los Angeles, California
Departs at 4:00 PM
2
Cruising
Day at sea
3
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Tendered from 12:30 PM - 8:00 PM
4
Mazatlan, Mexico
From 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
5
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
From 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
6 - 7
Cruising
Day at sea
8
Los Angeles, California
Arrives at 7:00 AM
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Your ship Navigator of the Seas

Your ship
Navigator of the Seas
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Navigator of the Seas Aft Aerial
Navigator of the Seas Aft Aerial Slides
Get to know
Navigator of the Seas
It’s time to ditch the same thing different daze for a bold new getaway. Your weekend plans are getting the ultimate upgrade —on the Amplified fleet favorite Navigator of the Seas®. Soak up the sun, and the scene, at the resort-style pool deck, and get in an island state of mind at the three-level The Lime and Coconut®. Swap going out for going all out with tiki-chic cocktails at The Bamboo Room, dining options that satisfy every craving, and the hottest tables this side of Vegas at Casino Royale℠. This is your short vacay, turned all the way up. Only on Royal Caribbean®.

MORE TO EXPLORE BETWEEN SHORES

Calling all thrill seekers — you’re in for an unforgettable vacation adventure on a ship unlike any other. Think tide-turning new rides, next level lounging, and a new pool deck with double the surface area for you to swim, splash and lounge.

A GETAWAY WITH GREAT TASTE

Choose any flavor you’re craving — the newly amped Navigator of the Seas® has a way to please your palate. Whether you’re fueling your pool day or looking to savor a multicourse meal. You’ll find an appetizing array of authentic, fresh flavors onboard. Head to El Loco Fresh℠ for crazy good tacos, grab a lobster roll from Hooked Seafood℠ at lunchtime, and share one of chef Jamie Oliver’s antipasti planks over dinner at Jamie’s Italian. With so many options to choose from, the only thing you’ll be craving is more mealtimes in a day.

SEA AND BE SCENE

You can go out anytime. But on the newly amped Navigator of the Seas®, you can go all out every night. Because when the sun goes down, the Royal Promenade comes to life with all new hotspots. Like To Dry For℠, a blow dry bar where you can pop in for a quick beauty fix and a glass of bubbly to kick off your night. Then meet up for a tiki-chic rendezvous over rum punches in The Bamboo Room. Team up for some friendly competition over brews at Playmakers℠ Sports Bar & Arcade. And pull up a stool at the Copper & Clover pub for a pint and a live performance.

Day 1: Los Angeles, California

Day 1
Los Angeles
California
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Los Angeles, California, Aerial view of Santa Monica beach
Aerial view of a beach in Santa Monica, California
Things to do in
Los Angeles
Departs at 4:00 PM
The trend-setting global metropolis of Los Angeles has it all. Get to know the Entertainment Capital of the World: Stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and take a drive down cinematic Sunset Boulevard. But there's a lot more to explore in LA than its star-studded heritage. Enjoy the 75 miles of coastline: Wander the famous canals of Venice Beach, or drive out to the more remote Malibu coast. Get your culture on at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, home to everything from ancient Islamic artifacts to contemporary American art. Or stretch your legs with a hike at Runyon Canyon Park — it offers great views of the surrounding hills and the iconic Hollywood sign.
Los Angeles, California, Point Dume
View of Point Dume in Malibu, California

Explore the Outer Beach Towns

Santa Monica, Venice, Malibu and Long Beach are four of Los Angeles' most popular beach destinations. Of the four, Malibu is the most remote and least urban — head here for surfing and stand-up paddleboarding. Depending on traffic, you can get to Long Beach in 40 minutes, while the others take around an hour.
Los Angeles, California, Famous Hollywood sign
The famous Hollywood sign in California

Star-Studded Trails

Snap a pic of the Hollywood sign, stroll down the Sunset Strip and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, or visit Paramount Studios. You can see all of these and more on the Grand City Tour by StarLine Tours which operates two times a day, seven days a week.
Los Angeles, California, View from Runyon Canyon Park
The view of Los Angeles, California from Runyon Canyon Park

Hit the Hills

LA isn't only about urban adventure — the locals love the outdoors, too. Hike the hills at Runyon Canyon Park, where they also offer free outdoor yoga classes. Or hit the Griffith Park trails: Here, you can hike to Bronson Canyon, the entrance of which appears as the mouth of the Batcave in the 1960s version of "Batman."
Los Angeles, California, Chorizo Tacos
Chorizo tacos on a white plate with a sliced lime

Local Cuisine

As international and unique as its residents, the cuisine in Los Angeles is an experience all of its own. Indulge your sweet tooth with unique ice cream flavors like chocolate caramel potato chip cupcake at Salt and Straw. Stop by one of the many food trucks for carne asada tacos. Or head to high-end Nobu for classic sushi or new-school tuna sashimi tacos — it doesn't get more LA than that.
Los Angeles, California, Famous Rodeo Drive
View of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California

Shopping

LA is known for its shopping, and the city's most iconic spot for retail is Rodeo Drive. Browse through high-end fashions, and maybe spot a few celebrities while you're there. Head to the Grove for more budget-friendly designer offerings, and stroll down Melrose Avenue if you're looking for boutiques and vintage items. For bargains on clothes, shoes and textiles, check out the Los Angeles Fashion District.

Day 2: Cruising

Day 2
Cruising
At Sea
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Navigator of the Seas Couple Lounging
Couple Lounging Drinking Cocktails
PLAY ANY WAY YOU LIKE
Navigator of the Seas The Blaster with Rock Climbing Wall
Mother and Daughter Going Through The Blaster

The Blaster®

Chart a thrill-filled course on the longest waterslide at sea — The Blaster® aqua coaster. Five waterjet blasters propel you and a friend through dips, drops, and the longest stretch of slide ever suspended over water.
Odyssey of the Seas Girl Racing on the Rock Climbing Wall
Odyssey of the Seas Girl Racing on the Rock Climbing Wall

Rock Climbing Wall

Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required.
Girl Body Surfing
Young Girl Body Surfing on Flowrider

FlowRider®

Grab your board and get ready for 30,000 gallons of rushing awesome headed your way. The surf’s always up on the 40-foot-long FlowRider® surf simulator.
Boy Ice Skating with his Family
Family's First Time Ice Skating

Ice Skating

Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve got moves like the Great One, you’ll have a great time every time at the ice skating rink.

Day 3: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Day 3
Cabo San Lucas
Mexico
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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Marina
Boats docked at a marina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Things to do in
Cabo San Lucas
Tendered from 12:30 PM - 8:00 PM
As Baja California's most electrifying destination and a playground for the rich and famous, Cabo San Lucas delivers a dreamy set of tropical wonders. Unspoiled shores like Lover's Beach paint the town in brushes of turquoise and white. Fertile ocean waters supply the seafood for fish tacos with adobo sauce. Cruise to Cabo San Lucas and head to Desert Park Natural Reserve to behold expansive cream-colored desert scenery. See soaring natural rock formations plunge into the Sea of Cortez at Land's End, only reachable by boat — the spot is also known for throwing the best beachside parties. Stride along a happy crowd while sipping on a margarita, taking in the impressive views and doing a little dancing while you're at it.
Hidden Coves, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Hidden Coves, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Natural Monument

Reachable by water taxi, El Arco ("The Arch") will enchant you. Here, impressive arches naturally formed from rock frame white-sand beaches and crystal-blue waters. Snap a pic of the arch, and catch a glimpse of the sea lions that often pop up to get some sun on the rock formations.
Insider tip
Drive the coast that connects both Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo for gorgeous seascapes and delicious cuisine by the sea.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Lovers beach view from sea
View of Lovers beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico from the sea

Submerge in Love

This same water taxi can also drop you off at romantic Playa del Amor — Lover's Beach. Watch the clear waters of the Sea of Cortez crash against the massive eroded granite rocks that rest on the shore.
Insider tip
Stop by the San Jose del Cabo farmers market and take succulent fruits and vegetables with you to the beach.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Colorful houses
Colorful houses in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Creativity Walk

Take a break from the sun and stroll through the old town of San Jose del Cabo, a quick 30 minutes away from Cabo San Lucas. The town's Gallery District is full of small studios where local artists sell their work. Bring your camera to capture the enchanting Spanish colonial architecture of this historic town.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Spring tacos with coleslaw and salsa
Three shrimp tacos with coleslaw and salsa on a wooden board

Local Cuisine

Cabo San Lucas' cuisine is as exotic and mesmerizing as its vistas. Cruise to Cabo San Lucas to savor delicious chocolate clams, tamales fajados (chicken tamales), tamales guemes (pork, raisin and olive tamales), spicy shrimp tacos and their famous comida de pobres (seafood stew). Then wash it all down with clamato, a sweet tomato and clam drink.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Decorative bowls
Various decorative Mexican bowls for sale

Shopping

Head to San Jose del Cabo for beautiful and varied local handicrafts in places like Silver Moon Gallery, Indian Hands and Curios Carmela. Another great stop during your Cabo San Lucas cruise is La Coyota, an hacienda-turned-shop where you can find embroideries, toys, hand-painted bowls and other types of pottery.

Day 4: Mazatlan, Mexico

Day 4
Mazatlan
Mexico
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Traditional Houses by the Water, Mazatlan, Mexico
Traditional Houses by the Water, Mazatlan, Mexico
Things to do in
Mazatlan
From 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Cradled by mountains and lapped by the cerulean waters of the Pacific, Mazatlán is one of the most interesting resort towns on Mexico’s wild western coast. If you’re planning a cruise to Mazatlán, you’re in for a real treat. You’ll find it all here — stately plazas and shaded streets lined with restored landmarks in the city’s Centro Historico. Beautiful white-sand beaches dotted with lively cafes, bars and plenty of space to sunbathe. And endless ways to dive into the region’s unique history, which is filled with Spanish conquistadors, buccaneer battles, and Gold Rush-era prospectors.
Palapas on the Beach, Mazatlan, Mexico
Palapas on the Beach, Mazatlan, Mexico

SOAK UP THE SUN

One of the best things to do in Mazatlan, Mexico is spend the day visiting some of the resort town’s many miles of shoreline. This famous Mexican Riviera destination has plenty of fine white-sand beaches to choose from, each with its own vibe. Two of the most popular are laid-back Playa Olas Altas and lively Playa las Gaviotas.
Insider tip
Drinking tap water in Mexico is not advised. Some restaurants and bars in Mazatlan serve bottled water to visitors by default, but make sure to ask if in doubt.
Old City Street, Mazatlan, Mexico
Old City Street, Mazatlan, Mexico

HIT THE OLD TOWNS

“Pueblos Mágicos,” or “Magic Towns,” are recognized by the Mexican government for their beauty, history and cultural significance. Mazatlán is located just an hour drive from two of them — charming El Rosario and scenic El Quelite. Both are home to picturesque cobblestone streets, traditional architecture, authentic cuisine and thriving communities of local artisans.
Insider tip
The weather in Mazatlan is usually sunny, so don’t forget to bring sunscreen and reapply throughout the day if you’re outside..
Isla de la Piedra; Stone Island in Mazatlan, Mexico
Isla de la Piedra; Stone Island in Mazatlan, Mexico

ROCK WITH IT

Another great day trip from Mazatlán is a visit to Isla de la Piedra, known in English as Stone Island. A five-minute ferry ride away, this tranquil spot is actually a peninsula. It offers endless outdoor adventures — like horseback riding and some of the region’s nicest beaches. The restaurants here are also amazing, located in rustic palapas with views of the ocean.
Insider tip
It’s typical to tip waiters 15% at restaurants, cafés and bars. Many big establishments accept credit cards, but it’s always good to have some pesos on hand.
Aguachile Chili-Spiked Mexican Ceviche, Mazatlan, Mexico
Aguachile Chili-Spiked Mexican Ceviche, Mazatlan, Mexico

SAVOR A TASTE OF SINALOA

One of the best things to do in Mazatlán, Mexico is to try the local cuisine. The city is known for its authentic Sinaloan dishes, which include hearty stews made in a caldo, or big pot, and fresh-caught seafood. If you like shrimp, try some refreshing aguachiles. If you’re craving something a little more robust, order a bowl of birria — a stew made of coriander-spiced beef, goat or lamb.
Many Colorful Maracas in the Basket, Mazatlan, Mexico
Many Colorful Maracas in the Basket, Mazatlan, Mexico

HANDCRAFTED CREATIONS

If you’re on a quest for the perfect souvenirs to bring home from Mazatlan, head to the Arts and Crafts Center in the Zona Dorada — Mazatlan’s resort district. The center offers a huge selection of products and souvenirs handcrafted by local artisans — from pottery and textiles to woodcarvings. Prices here are also much lower than what you’ll find at nearby boutiques and souvenir shops.

Day 5: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Day 5
Puerto Vallarta
Mexico
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Houses by the Beach, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Houses by the Beach, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Things to do in
Puerto Vallarta
From 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Puerto Vallarta — or simply Vallarta, as the locals call it — is a romantic's dream, with its cobblestone lanes, beachfront eateries and an old city center filled to the brim with charming boutiques. Jump onboard a Puerto Vallarta cruise and head to the shimmering waters of Yelapa beach for a dream-like escapade, or pop into Cafe des Artistes for a romantic meal in a candlelit garden. Then check out the landmark Los Arcos, a set of Roman-style arches by the waterfront, for a perfect photo of Vallarta's official symbol. For a break from the city life, head to Jardin Botanico Vallarta and enjoy the delightful scents of orchids and bromeliads and the refreshing waters of a boulder-filled river.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Coastal Town Yelapa
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Coastal Town Yelapa

Laze in the Sun

Kick back and enjoy the crystalline waters of Yelapa Beach, a seemingly undiscovered stretch of sand in Puerto Vallarta's Bahia de Banderas, only accessible by boat. Don't leave without heading to a street vendor for freshly baked beach pies (coconut is quite popular), which go for just $2 per slice.
Insider tip
Stroll down the old town and take in the hustling and bustling of the lively streets.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Pyramid Art
Ancient relief art on pyramid in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Afternoon With the Ancients

Just outside the village La Chloe is the Xihuacan Museum and Archeological Site, a 3,000-year-old site is believed to have been a cultural ceremonial center used by different tribes, including the Aztecs, Toltecs, Zapotecas and Olmecs. Here, you can see a wealth of ancient artifacts, including vases, figurines and jewelry.
Insider tip
Look for street stalls selling every Mexican dish under the sun, from tamales to enchiladas.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Street View
Fragment of street view in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Romance in the Air

Visit Vallarta's Zona Romantica, also known as Old Vallarta, famous for ancient streets dotted with beautiful, candle-lit restaurants, bars and cafes like Cafe de Artistes, all under colorful garlands hanging from colonial balconies. Cruise to Puerto Vallarta and shop the local markets, bookstores and galleries in the zone, and take a piece of romance with you.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Grilled Fish Tortillas
Grilled fish and tortillas in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Local Cuisine

Puerto Vallarta's cuisine is deeply rooted in the traditions of Jalisco, the state where Vallarta is located. Try pescado embarazado, charcoal-grilled fish marinated in lemon and slathered with salsa huichol, a distinctive sauce made with cascabel chili peppers, cumin, salt and vinegar. Or fill up on birria, a traditional stew of tender, slow-cooked goat meat spiced with guajillo chiles. And don't forget to sip some Jalisco tequila or mezcal.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Earthy Pottery
Mexican pottery in bold earthy colors and patterns at artisan market in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Shopping

Puerto Vallarta is renowned for its hand-blown glass, earthy pottery and chunky silver jewelry. Head to the town's markets of Mercado Municipal Rio Cuale or Pueblo Viejo Mercado de Artesanias, where you'll find shops brimming with the famous pottery and jewelry. Pick up your own handmade serape (shawl) or some traditional toys and masks before going back to the ship.

Day 6 - 7: Cruising

Day 6 - 7
Cruising
At Sea
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Hooked Seafood Raw Oysters
Raw oysters served with lemon and hot sauce served at Hooked Seafood
LET THE FLAVOR FEST BEGIN
Navigator of the Seas Johnny Rockets Express by the Pool
Hamburger, Fries and Milkshake by the Pool

Johnny Rockets® Express

All your favorite diner classics are just a skip and a sock hop away from the pool deck at Johnny Rockets® Express. Burgers, fries — even spiked shakes for those who want something a bit more spirited.
Chops Grille Dinner Table Dishes
A top-down view of a couple enjoying dinner dishes at Chops Grille on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship

Chops Grille℠

For more than a decade, the chefs at Chops Grille have specialized in serving up quality, hand-cut meat. Dinner at this hallmark Royal Caribbean specialty restaurant goes far beyond the typical steakhouse experience, though, with reimagined classics like succulent Maine lobster, gruyere cheese tater tots, white truffle-scented mushroom soup, and of course, expertly prepared prime beef.
Izumi Miso Ramen Soup Noodles Beef
Izumi Miso Ramen Soup Noodles Beef

Izumi

From delicious sushi rolls to fresh sashimi and nigiri, Izumi serves up an exotic Asian-inspired dining experience. Savor izakaya-style appetizers and rolls that range from classic to imaginative. No matter what you order, you’re in for a far out, Far East feast filled with incredible flavors from Tohoku to Tokyo.
Chef's Table Dessert
A dessert at Chef's Table on Royal Caribbean cruises

Chef's Table

Welcome to Chef’s Table, the most exclusive and elevated dining experience on our fleet. Join an intimate group of fellow foodies on a private epicurean journey led by the ship’s Chef de Cuisine. You’ll sit down to a white tablecloth dinner spotlighting five exquisite courses that range from scallop carpaccio with yuzu vinaigrette, to grilled filet mignon served with truffle potato puree — each expertly paired with the perfect wine to highlight every flavor on the menu.

Day 8: Los Angeles, California

Day 8
Los Angeles
California
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Los Angeles, California, Downtown Cityscape
The downtown cityscape in Los Angeles, California
Things to do in
Los Angeles
Arrives at 7:00 AM
The trend-setting global metropolis of Los Angeles has it all. Get to know the Entertainment Capital of the World: Stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and take a drive down cinematic Sunset Boulevard. But there's a lot more to explore in LA than its star-studded heritage. Enjoy the 75 miles of coastline: Wander the famous canals of Venice Beach, or drive out to the more remote Malibu coast. Get your culture on at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, home to everything from ancient Islamic artifacts to contemporary American art. Or stretch your legs with a hike at Runyon Canyon Park — it offers great views of the surrounding hills and the iconic Hollywood sign.
Los Angeles, California, Point Dume
View of Point Dume in Malibu, California

Explore the Outer Beach Towns

Santa Monica, Venice, Malibu and Long Beach are four of Los Angeles' most popular beach destinations. Of the four, Malibu is the most remote and least urban — head here for surfing and stand-up paddleboarding. Depending on traffic, you can get to Long Beach in 40 minutes, while the others take around an hour.
Los Angeles, California, Famous Hollywood sign
The famous Hollywood sign in California

Star-Studded Trails

Snap a pic of the Hollywood sign, stroll down the Sunset Strip and the Hollywood Walk of Fame, or visit Paramount Studios. You can see all of these and more on the Grand City Tour by StarLine Tours which operates two times a day, seven days a week.
Los Angeles, California, View from Runyon Canyon Park
The view of Los Angeles, California from Runyon Canyon Park

Hit the Hills

LA isn't only about urban adventure — the locals love the outdoors, too. Hike the hills at Runyon Canyon Park, where they also offer free outdoor yoga classes. Or hit the Griffith Park trails: Here, you can hike to Bronson Canyon, the entrance of which appears as the mouth of the Batcave in the 1960s version of "Batman."
Los Angeles, California, Chorizo Tacos
Chorizo tacos on a white plate with a sliced lime

Local Cuisine

As international and unique as its residents, the cuisine in Los Angeles is an experience all of its own. Indulge your sweet tooth with unique ice cream flavors like chocolate caramel potato chip cupcake at Salt and Straw. Stop by one of the many food trucks for carne asada tacos. Or head to high-end Nobu for classic sushi or new-school tuna sashimi tacos — it doesn't get more LA than that.
Los Angeles, California, Famous Rodeo Drive
View of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California

Shopping

LA is known for its shopping, and the city's most iconic spot for retail is Rodeo Drive. Browse through high-end fashions, and maybe spot a few celebrities while you're there. Head to the Grove for more budget-friendly designer offerings, and stroll down Melrose Avenue if you're looking for boutiques and vintage items. For bargains on clothes, shoes and textiles, check out the Los Angeles Fashion District.

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