Settle in for seven days of exciting sailing across the sea when you set sail with the Carnival Panorama from Los Angeles and back.
Stopping at once-in-a-lifetime destinations such as Mazatlan makes this sailing particularly interesting. This route is a common one for the Panorama, But this is the least expensive sailing.
What makes this cruise special is that today you can book an outside outside cabin for the interior price! We include all entertainment, meals, port fees, and taxes in our price, so that you can compare cruises easily. At less than $145 per day for an outside cabin, this bargain is.
The Panorama, based in Los Angeles and built less than two years ago in 2019, is a highly-rated Vista class ship that can house comfortably more than 3,900 travelers.
The Carnival Panorama offers guests several of Carnival's exclusive features such as the SkyRide aerial bicycle, the Skycourse ropes course, and the IMAX theater. Plus, experience a trampoline park, a rare attraction.
The Panorama also offers a waterslide, a bowling lane, a spa, a rock climbing wall, a jacuzzi, and a casino.
Since being listed sixteen months ago, The price of this sailing has ranged between $961 and $1,061 for an outside cabin, inclusive of $122 in taxes and port charges. This graph shows the price over time for every class of cabin. At only $40 more than the all time low of $961 today is a great time to reserve your outside cabin
|$143.00 per day||$174.43 per day||$286.57 per day|
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This cruise includes three sea days and three port days. Highlights include visits to very uncommon ports like Mazatlan plus a long stop in Puerto Vallarta.
|Sat, Jun 18||Los Angeles, CA||4:30pm|
|Sun, Jun 19||At Sea|
|Mon, Jun 20||Cabo San Lucas, Mexico||10:00am||7:00pm|
|Tue, Jun 21||Mazatlan, Mexico||8:00am||5:00pm|
|Wed, Jun 22||Puerto Vallarta, Mexico||8:00am||8:00pm|
|Thu, Jun 23||At Sea|
|Fri, Jun 24||At Sea|
|Sat, Jun 25||Los Angeles, CA||9:00am|
The Panorama sails this route seven times this year as well as fifty-one times next year. The Bliss, Millennium, Navigator of the Seas, and Joy also sail routes with the same stops but slightly different schedules. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price for an outside cabin.