7 Day Mexican Riviera aboard Carnivals Panorama

Hey cruise lover, I have the perfect cruise for you.

Carnival cruise newest ship Carnival Panorama.

This ship is part of the Vista class The newest Carnival® Cruise ship, Carnival Panorama, features more fun, food and activities than ever before, ensuring that every moment of your cruise from California is wonderful and entertaining.

Whether you are embarking on a family cruise or cruising with friends or a loved one, when you cruise to Mexico on Carnival Panorama, you’ll be on one of the most memorable cruises ever!

Carnival Panorama cruises to some of the most exciting cruise destinations in Mexico, including Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta. At every port, there are an assortment of amazing shore excursions you can be a part of at each port of call. And while you are cruising, don’t forget to take advantage of all the fun things to do right onboard.

7 Day Mexican Riviera CRUISE ITINERARY

Saturday,  June 25 | 4:30pm – Los Angeles (Long Beach), CA

Sunday,  June 26 | 10am-7pm – Fun Day At Sea

Monday,  June 271 – Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Tuesday,  June 28 | 8am-5pm – Mazatlan Mexico

Wednesday,  June 29 | 8am-8pm – Puerto Vallarta,  Mexico

Thursday,  June 30 – Fun Day at Sea

Friday,  July 1 – Fun Day at Sea

Saturday,  July 2| 9am – Los Angeles (Long Beach), CA

Full Package Includes:

On a Carnival cruise, your have several options for your home base.

There is the  Interior Ocean View,  Balcony or Suite.
This staterooms have a room steward on duty, an attendant you can call for complimentary room service, and more sweet perks inside.


Here’s the most affordable way to experience Carnival Panorama, without cutting even a single corner in the comfort department. With an Interior stateroom you’ll get a full private bathroom, your choice of bed size and layout — covered in linens you can feel at home in — all of which make this truly a great spot for curling up after a long day’s fun.


These comfy rooms with a view let you take in the scenery as you sail toward your beautiful destinations. And how about those views? Nowhere on land will you find anything like ‘em. But the views aren’t all that matters here — Ocean View staterooms on Carnival Panorama are a little bit bigger than Interior rooms and most feature a supremely loungeable couch for those times when neither lying nor standing will do.


Balcony staterooms are proof that while it’s great to be cruisey… on vacation, breeziness is a virtue too. And any time you’re in your well-appointed Balcony stateroom aboard Carnival Panorama, you’re just steps away from the outdoors by way of your private open-air oasis. Designed for kicking back al fresco, you’re in for some amazing ocean views… views so stunning you’ll just have to feel ‘em to believe ‘em

SAS Enhance your experience with the Havana Suites

At Carnival we love to cruise as much as anyone, but when you book a Havana stateroom, it’s like you’re no longer on a ship… you’re at an exclusive island resort. But unlike most spots on land, you’re never far from the ocean… or from the Havana Bar & Pool. (You’ll enjoy exclusive access to the pool area!) I nside, all Havana staterooms feature a unique décor, but step up to a Havana Cabana for an extra-large outdoor chill space featuring a lounge-ready hammock chair. Step into a Havana  Cruisers staying in Havana Cabana cabins get exclusive use of the aft Havana pool, hot tubs and outdoor bar 24/7, a boost  for anyone who has ever struggled to find a lounger by the main pool — especially on a sea day. (Havana Cabanas also receive special Havana-themed Elemis bath products.)

Most Havana Cabana cabins are located along the right and left backend of Deck 5 and feature a floor-to-ceiling window with sliding door that opens to a private outdoor patio. The patios, which are 100 square feet, are enclosed by a low white gate, and face a section of the outdoor promenade that encircles all of Deck 5. Patios feature a single swing chair, two loungers and a small table. A locked gate separates the Havana section of the promenade from the rest of the ship so looky-loos can’t wander by. A handful of Havana cabins are located on decks 6 and 7 and have enlarged balconies rather than patios; these cabins also include access to the pool. All Havana passengers must be 12 years old or older.

Reserve Your Trip Now

DOUBLE: $1390 per person  
Please email for triple and quad rates (triple rooms require a full deposit of $250 per person at time of booking

DOUBLE: $1140 per person

 DOUBLE: $990 per person 


Please email for triple and quad rates (triple rooms require a full deposit of $250 per person at time of booking).

Email us at Info@sistas at sea if you are interested in Havana Suite.
These room have limited availability (require a full deposit of $250 per person at time of booking).


  • Gratuities of $ 100 per person (This is an optional and may be prepaid the time of booking 
  • Travel insurance ($129 per person and may be prepaid at booking) strongly recommended 
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Transportation to/from Airport  to Los Angeles (Long Beach), CA 
  • Airline Tickets are not included.


Travel Insurance is highly recommended. You should research and choose a travel insurance policy carefully. Suggested travel insurance companies are below:

  • Travel Guard
  • TravelEx Travel Insurance


  • Single occupancy = one person to a room
  • Double occupancy = two persons to a room
  • Triple occupancy = three persons to a room
  • Quad occupancy = four persons to a room
  • Each person in a room will have his or her own bed. Couples will have one king bed.


  • You are responsible for booking your own Flights!!  We recommend you start looking for flights 6 to 9 months before your trip.   Travel sites/Apps (Skyscanner, Airfare Watchdog

Google Flights, hopper will let you know you when prices are rising and falling. Be sure to join our facebook group (add link).  We will post flight deals related to your travel needs.

  • DON’T MISS THE SHIP.  I highly recommend traveling the day before.  SAS will recommend a hotel that provides shuttle to the port.(Transportation from the port through the cruise line  can be added to your booking $60* pp)

* Transportation rates are subject to change and unused services are non-refundable

  •  If flying in the day of:   We highly recommend booking a flight to get you into Los Angeles (Long Beach), CA no later than 11AM
  • https://www.carnival.com/airport-transportation/airport-shuttles.aspx 
  • Travel Document:  Traveling with a valid passport is strongly recommended.  Carnival required a valid driver’s license and certified birth certificate. ( You in not be allowed to board without these documents.

Payment:  Reservation made online has the following payment options:

  • Pay in full or Monthly Payment

For additional option email info@sistasatsea.com

It is your responsibility to notify SAS of any email or payment changes. 

  • Reservations must be made in your full name as it appears on your passport

To get your boarding documents and luggage tags your must log on Cruise Planner see attached Click here for instruction (add video link)


  • Making reservations for this package signifies your acceptance of our terms and conditions.
  • All of your payments to Sistas at Seas are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
  • Reservations must be made in your full name as it appears on your passport.
  • Prices are subject to change without notice. Please make your reservations today at this low price to be locked in.
  • A valid passport is suggested but you can also cruise with a certified birth certificate.
  • Monthly payments are required to keep your reservations current.
  • You must ensure your roommate, if applicable, is also making timely monthly payments.
  • Once you make your reservations, you can log-in to our client portal to view your account 24 hours a day.
  • Name changes are allowed with a $100 name change fee.
  • Late payment of $100 per person is required after final due date. All late payment requests must be approved by management before the final payment deadline on your account.
  • You are responsible to keep Sistas at Seas informed of email address changes as this is our primary way of communication.

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