Eastern Caribbean cruise.
-Donna V. from Minneapolis, MN
Eastern Caribbean cruise.
-Donna V. from Minneapolis, MN
We had been planning this cruise for over six years. The entire family (16 people including grandsons) took a cruise around the Hawaiian Islands. It was made possible by RCI!!! We hula danced, hiked, surfed, snorkeled, luau'ed, and thoroughly enjoyed every minute.... Thanks to RCI!!!
-Holly B. from Green Bay, WI
Alaska land/cruise tour in September. Denali National Park and Glacier Bay National Park.
-Milton V. from Lombard, IL
My husband and I booked a Mediterranean cruise in February. The first day we arrived we met another couple from our home town at the safety meeting. Neither couple knew the other would be on the cruise. We ended up spending most of our time on the cruise and all of the shore excursions together and had a great time! The best part of meeting up with them was that we had booked at an RCI affiliated resort in the south of Spain for the next week after the cruise and they had done the same. We were not in the same resort, but just a short bus ride away! We spent another enjoyable week exploring with them.
-Janice W. from Whitehorse, YT, Canada
This was the most awesome seven day cruise imaginable. My wife and I toured the Eastern Caribbean. The experience was magical. The water was beautiful. We went on a snorkeling/rum ride expedition on the island of St. Thomas. The overall cruise experience was absolutely awesome! The food, the entertainment, the amenities, the staff, the list goes on and on, and added up to be the ultimate vacation!
-Efrain V. from Renton, WA
View of the sunset from our terrace.
-Cara R. from Los Angeles, CA
The beach in Mazatlan, Mexico.
-Lawrence E. from Fort Lauderdale, FL
-Laura B. from Birdsboro, PA
The view from our beautiful room at Pueblo Bonito at Emerald Bay in Mazatlan, Mexico.
-Larry H. from Modesto, CA
What better way to connect with family than to spend a week together in Mazatlan, on Mexico's west coast, and with the Christmas holiday as an added attraction. With El Cid El Moro Beach Resort as our base, three generations enjoyed an all-inclusive vacation, which made sure our grandsons never went hungry! The beach itself provided sunny days of swimming, ping-pong, water sports, and parasailing for a perfect view of the city, the coast line and the nearby islands. Shops and restaurants, within easy walking distance, made life easy for the older generation. One day we all boarded a catamaran and sailed to Deer Island, passing sea lions that lazed on the rocks, oblivious to our squeals of delight. We swam, snorkeled, rode the giant banana, kayaked, and picnicked on the beach until the magnificent sunset told us it was time to return to reality.
Christmas Eve is one of the biggest celebrations of the year. We traveled by local bus to Juarez Street in the heart of the city. Over 100 stalls at the outdoor market provided souvenirs, tee shirts, leather goods, pottery, and every food imaginable from goat to chicken feet (not legs)! The Mexicans shop there every day, but for us it was an unusual treat. Nearby the cathedral shone with its majestic spirals and stained glass windows. Christmas carols pealed from outdoor speakers and decorated Christmas trees reminded us of the holiday. A cantina lodged in the park somehow seemed out of place until we remembered where we were!
We slept with our balcony door open to hear the breaking waves and see the gorgeous sunrises. We were up at dawn every day, as we did not want to miss a thing: kids, parents, and grandparents alike.
-Karen I. from Greenwood, SC
Just one of many beautiful sunsets as seen from our balcony or hanging in the pool at Pueblo Bonito Resort in Mazatlan.
-Laurie M. from Pleasant Hill, CA
Beautiful place with the most magnificent sunsets!
-Doreen R. from Spruce Grove, AB
View from the balcony of our room of the gorgeous coastline in Mazatlan's Golden Zone.
-David A. from Tallahassee, FL
While visiting the town of El Quelite near Mazatlan, Mexico, I saw two elderly Mexican gentlemen taking an afternoon siesta at the restaurant El Meson de los Laureanos. These are the same gentlemen that were chatting in the town square earlier in the day.
-Susan S. from Silverdale, WA
What a great visit. I did my first Karaoke ever at the resort. Mazatlan is a great town. Be sure to go to town and purchase some fresh shrimp at the market.
-Leela V. from Stockbridge, MI
View from our balcony at Pueblo Bonito at Emerald Bay.
-William L. from Parker, CO
We stayed here in March. It was a great resort and as you can see we had a fantastic view of the resort's pool facilities from our balcony! Plenty to do in this area and the day trips we took were also amazing.
-Patti F. from Appleton, WI
View from our balcony.
-Eda B. from Encinotas, CA
This resort was romantic and beautiful. We stayed at the Pueblo Bonito Resort at Emerald Bay. We have stayed and visited every city either by plane or cruise ship in Mexico and none compare to our 10 day stay at Emerald Bay. It was low season and everything was not crowded. We loved the lightning and thunderstorms, enjoyed walking the grounds in the rain, and had the best steak and shrimp we've ever tasted. We enjoyed the shuttle into town to visit the sister hotel. We would highly recommend the Emerald Bay to celebrate any special occasion. This was our 24th wedding anniversary and we plan to celebrate again at Emerald Bay.
-Isaiah W. from Los Angeles, CA
View of the sunset over the Pacific Ocean from our room at Pueblo Bonito Resort in Mazatlan, Mexico.
-David S. from Valley Center, CA