Luxury cruise company Holland America Line
(HAL) has introduced two new ports of call on a number of its Mexico cruises.
According to Cruise Talk Central, some of HAL's Mexico itineraries will now be expanded to include the Santa Cruz Huatulco, Oaxaca and the stunning Bahia Magdalena area.
Bahia Magdalena which will reportedly be included in HAL's seven-night Mexican Riviera itineraries is a wildlife hotspot and a breeding ground for the grey whale.
Meanwhile, Santa Cruz Huatulco will feature as part of the cruise line's 12-night Pacific Mexico cruise.
Commenting on the introduction of the two new ports, HAL's executive vice president of marketing, sales and guest programmes Richard Meadows said: "From colourful Mexican Riviera ports to astounding wildlife in the Sea of Cortez and Bahia Magdalena, Holland America Line offers more diverse cruise choices, especially for those who seek an enriching vacation."
Mr Meadows added that there would also be ample opportunity for guests to explore the area ashore, through HAL's extensive range of excursions and activities.HAL's
fleet currently features a number of vessels, including the ms Amsterdam, ms Rotterdam and ms Volendam.