Carnival Extends Visits to Cozumel

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Carnival Cruise Line is expanding its cruise calls to Cozumel, the company announced.

The company has extended the length of time its ships spend in Cozumel on more than 750 voyages.

On the new “Cozumel Plus”itineraries, guests can try a host of new excursions, from swimming with whale sharks to exploring hidden caverns.

The Cozumel Plus itineraries are operated by 17 different Carnival ships.

The new tours are up to eight hours in duration, including everything from visits to ancient Mayan ruins to snorkeling the lagoons of Xel-Ha.

“With magnificent beaches and interesting landmarks and historical sites, Cozumel is the Caribbean’s premier cruising region and our ‘Cozumel Plus’ itineraries provide our guests with a seemingly endless variety of new ways to explore this fascinating destination,” said Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line. “These new itineraries provide our guests with the opportunity to create wonderful vacation memories and our travel agent partners an exciting cruise option to market to their clients.”