Disney Cruise Lines Are Set To Sail From California In 2020
It sets sail soon.
If you're in need of a spring getaway, one of the most relaxing trips to take is one out on the high seas. We've got good news for you. If you're a Disney lover, you can take your park love to the next level. There is a Disney Cruise departing from San Diego this spring. Why not treat yourself to a little luxury?
The five-day cruise will set sail from SD on April 19, 2020, and take you on a gorgeous trip along the Baja Peninsula, all the way down to Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas.
Prices begin at $2,619 and go up depending on how many luxurious amenities you want to splurge on.
This adventure offers live shows and deck parties, massive pools to splash around in, movie screenings, Broadway-style musicals, and even fireworks for your entertainment.
If the only thing on your agenda is pool-side lounging and sipping a margarita, you're in luck. There's plenty of comfy places to catch up on R&R and work on your summer tan.
When it comes to food, the options are endless. You can choose from anything you'd like - lavish restaurant, home-style buffet, 24-hour room service, you name it.
On day one of the cruise, you'll leave the San Diego port at 4 p.m. for Mickey's Sail A Wave Deck Party.
You'll spend your second day at sea, where you can explore countless Disney wonders. Who's up for poolside snacks and movies?
Day three, you'll dock on the dreamy shores of Cabo San Lucas bright and early.
You can choose from exploring golden beaches, top-notch fishing, lively cantinas, and swimming at Lover's Beach, a secret cove only accessible by boat.
Day four takes you back to sea. So, get ready for some more onboard fun and whale watching.
On day five, you'll land in Ensanada at 8:30 a.m. This port is known for its historic missions, amazing wineries, and fresh seafood restaurants.
Finally, you'll head back to San Diego for the home stretch, where you can enjoy California.
When it comes to accommodations, you'll have your choice of four different staterooms, the Inside, Oceanview, Verandah, and Concierge.
The standard comes with moderate size living quarters and does not have outward-facing windows. If you want the most luxurious pad, you'll get a private deck, ocean views, and premium amenities.
Regardless of what room you snooze in, you'll have the entire cruiseliner to explore and all the beauty of Mexican beaches too.
Disney Cruise Line
Price: Starts at $2,619
Location: San Diego, CA, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and Ensenada, Mexico
Why You Should Go: You can take a dreamy Disney cruise all along the California coast to Mexico.