Quench your wanderlust with a far-flung getaway to colourful and culturally-rich Mexico visiting the ports of Cozumel and Puerto Costa Maya. Our world’s largest Symphony of the SeasSM, along with other iconic Oasis Class ships Allure of the Seas® and Harmony of the Seas®, offer cruises of 6 and 7 nights to these destinations and more in Western Caribbean, from Fort Lauderdale and Miami.

From November to April 2019, the multiple sailing dates available are:

  • The 6-night cruise to Cozumel, Roatan (Honduras) and Puerto Costa Maya onboard Allure of the Seas® on November 5.
  • The 7-night cruises to Roatan (Honduras), Puerto Costa Maya, Cozumel and Nassau (Bahamas) onboard Symphony of the SeasSM – multiple dates from November to April 2019.
  • The 7-night cruises to Labadee (Haiti), Falmouth (Jamaica) and Cozumel onboard Harmony of the Seas® – multiple dates from November to April 2019.


Thrill-seekers can bike through the jungle, go for kayaking or scuba diving at the nearly 700-mile Meso-American Barrier Reef. The reef extends to the coasts of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras and serves as home and food to hundreds of fish species, marine turtles and sharks.

History buffs can explore the remarkably preserved Mayan sites or the fort of Bacalar, home of cannons to real-life Pirates of the Caribbean. For something hands-on, classes on making guacamole and salsa are available.

For a more laidback time, enjoy fresh fish tacos while lounging on the pristine white sand beaches under the sun.


Discover highlights of Mexican culture with our “Mexico in a Nutshell” tour, sampling Mayan traditions which are showcased through aerial acrobatics and Mexican architecture. Experience history and the island’s deep cultural roots through your taste buds by sampling tequila or Mexico’s famous chocolates.

Immerse in nature’s awe and beauty as you enjoy your vacation in Cozumel. Snorkel in the Palancar reef, recognised by world-famous divers, and swim among starfish in a natural sanctuary. Palancar reef is on the southwest side of Cozumel, with dive depths ranging from 50 to 110 feet. Marine life lovers can help save sea turtle hatchlings.