Sapphire Princess Cruise Review to Mexico

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5 out of 5

An Incredible Sapphire Cruise

Sail Date: October 25, 2008

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Suite

The best coffee I have ever drank. Excellent food, Excellent Service, and a very top notch ship, that was kept immaculate.

Pros: The Ship

Cons: Some Rude Passengers from some other World!

Recommends Sapphire Princess? Yes!

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
This was our favorite stop. Very impressive beaches, resorts, and great restaurants. Very clean in comparison to the other two stops. We were not here very long, as it would have been fun to get a cabby to drive around and see other parts of the city. Great shopping right where you get off the tender.
Don't Miss: The large shopping complex right at the port.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Be prepared for this port, as you need to use caution in taking a cab or transport to the shopping areas. They will gouge you if you do not get a price up front. I was here about 18 years ago, and I was sorry to see that the people of this city do not make an effort to keep it cleaner.
Don't Miss: Some great Jewelery Shops.
Mazatlan, Mexico
Definitely get an open aired cabby to take you site seeing. Everyone goes to the main downtown area, but there are incredible other places to visit with a tour guide. Also, make sure you get a driver that can understand English.

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