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Carnival extends time in port to provide ‘Cozumel Plus’ tours

Carnival extends time in port to provide ‘Cozumel Plus’ tours
Carnival Cruise Line has extended the length of time its ships spend in Cozumel, Mexico on more than 750 voyages.

On the longer stay Cozumel Plus itineraries, guests are offered a variety of new excursions, many taking place on Mexico’s mainland – with tours like swimming with whale sharks, visiting Mayan ruins, inclduing Chichen Itza and swimming in hidden caverns, complementing nearly 50 existing tours already available.

Carnival is kicking off its new itineraries with a special promotion offering a $25 per person shipboard credit that can be used toward shore excursions available through April 22, 2016.

Designated by a special notation on Carnival’s web site, Cozumel Plus itineraries are operated by 17 different Carnival ships offering more than 750 four- to eight-day cruises from six US homeports along the East Coast and Gulf of Mexico.

Cruises visiting Cozumel dock at Puerta Maya, Carnival’s three-berth facility in Cozumel which, in addition to offering easy access to the various tours via an on-site transportation center, includes retail shops, boutiques and restaurants.