Victory Cruise Lines® Announces Savings on 2022 Explorations of Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula

Victory IVictory Cruise Lines is offering up to $2,000 savings per stateroom on its new immersive Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula itineraries on “Victory I”.

The line’s FREEDOM sale is available on four 11-day cruise and land tours taking place in January 2022 departing Cancún roundtrip for reservations made by August 31, 2021 (offer code: FREEDOM).

“As Victory Cruise Lines continues expanding our coastal offerings into new regions, we are excited to explore destinations like Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula with our most comprehensive and adventurous journeys to date,” states John Waggoner, chairman of Victory Cruise Lines. “We are eager for guests to discover Mexico’s rich history and culture, as well as its authentic cuisine and picturesque beaches, all while enjoying the unparalleled small-ship cruise experience we provide.”

The roundtrip, Cancún, Mexico 11-day collection of part land, part sea adventures will take guests on adventures into regions and sites rarely seen.

Shore excursions led by bilingual guides will transport guests to experience Mexico’s distinctive heritage on Victory Cruise Line’s newest and most active itinerary. Excursion highlights include the awe-inspiring Mayan city of Chichén Itzá and the region’s cultural epicenter of UNESCO World Heritage Site Campeche delivering secrets of past civilizations past on this memorable journey.

The journey includes a pre-cruise hotel stay in Cancún, accommodations in Valladolid, steps from Chichén Itzá; and additional ports of call including Cozumel (Tulum), Costa Maya, Progreso and Campeche.

Excursion highlights include:

• Tulum – located about 80 miles south of Cancún, this destination has become known for its spiritual, New Age vibe; however, for the Mayans who built it, the area served as a fortress. Tulum is protected on one side by four-story cliffs and on the other side by a 12-foot wall. The ruins sit along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula overlooking the glittering Caribbean Sea.

• Campeche – A fortified city on the Yucatán’s western edge, this UNESCO World Heritage Site’s cobblestone streets are lined with restored facades. Guests enjoy cultural points of interest including Puerta de Tierra, El Palacio de Centro Cultural and Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Cathedral.

• Valladolid (Chichén Itzá) – After a delectable dinner and relaxing overnight stay at the colorful Mayaland Hotel – family-owned and operated since 1923 – guests will awake within walking distance to the mystical ruins of Chichén Itzá and greet the sun as it rises over the fascinating El Castillo – the Temple of Kukulkan.

• Mayan World of Edzna – One of the most interesting Mayan cities due to the technological advances discovered along with architecture influenced by the Puuc, Peten and Chenes style, Edzna features numerous religious and residential buildings for discovery.

Sailings available on Victory I are Jan. 4, 12, 20, 28, 2022. Fares start at $3,339 per guest, including up to $2,000 bonus savings per stateroom with the FREEDOM sale, plus port fees, taxes and gratuities.

Victory Cruise Lines’ all-inclusive pricing includes one-night pre-cruise hotel stay plus ground transfers; unlimited included shore excursions; unlimited beverages including an extensive wine list, choice spirits, local craft beers and specialty coffees; open bars and lounges including a smoothie and juice bar every morning; alternative dining featuring fresh lobster and USDA Prime Beef every night; 24-hour in-room dining; live/daily entertainment and enrichment; and unlimited Wi-fi.

(Victory Cruise Lines)

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