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Ensenada Excursions


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We have not done those thru Royal, but years ago we did horseback riding.  We were there last weekend and we just got off the ship and walked around.  We went to the "Giant" flag and they had a water fountain show that was short, but very nice.  From there we walked into town and took a horse drawn carriage ride.  It was short but they stayed on a busy road so it was hard to hear the driver especially thru his mask.  We then walked to the Huge Catholic church.  We arrived just as services were letting out.  It was beautiful.  We walked back towards the tourist district and went to the Taqueria.  Yes from Church to Tequila!   We went in and those in our group that drink paid 10 USD for a tour and Tequila tasting.  Those that didn't drink were able to hear how Tequila is made and walk thru the exhibits.  It was very interesting.  We had been to Ensenada many times years ago when RCCL cruised there.  It is sooooo much better now.  There are still those trying to sell things, but the number is down and we saw NO beggars.  Hope this helps!

 

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I am always interested in hearing folks' experiences in Ensenada and elsewhere on the Mexican Riviera.  We just don't hear of many folks actually cruising  there.  And I want to.  Schedules, dates, and packages just never align.🤿

 

So please, share! 🥰

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I'm doing a wine tour when I'm there in June - On my last cruise I didn't get off the ship in Ensenada because there just wasn't much that interested me.  Many more interesting excursions on this June cruise.

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We are going on our 1st cruise in October 2022 as a late honeymoon and my fiance picked the Vineyard Falconry Harris Hawk excursion. We don't drink but thought the tour and seeing the falconry would be really neat.  

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I visited Ensenada twice on a B2B in January 2022.  The first time, I walked to the Bar Andaluz/ Centro Cultural Riviera (a former grand hotel) -- it was just under a mile to walk there, but pleasant enough.  The second time, I took the RCL Wine Excursion so I could see the countryside -- which I did!  We went to two vineyards, one of which was obviously set up for tourists (but nice, with a great store!), and one which was newer, and didn't have quite as extensive amenities, but their wine was pretty good.  I would recommend it as a way to see the countryside -- there were some great views of Ensenada's bay coming back in.

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