Date:09/17/2022From:Los AngelesPrice:$449 Book Now
Nights:7To:Los AngelesPer Day:$64
Date:September 17, 2022 From:Los Angeles
Nights:7To:Los Angeles
Ship:Panorama Daily:$64
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  4. Panorama September 17th, 2022 Los Angeles round-trip
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  4. Panorama September 17th, 2022 Los Angeles round-trip

Interested in Sailing Carnival's Highest Rated Ship for Only $449?

Step aboard the Carnival Panorama and get ready for seven days of exciting cruising through the sea from Los Angeles and back!

This cruise is notable because you'll only stop in extremely rare cities like Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. This route is a typical one for the Panorama.

We include all meals, entertainment, taxes, and fees in the price, so that you can compare cruises easily. Offered at under $65 per day, this value is incredible.

SkyRide Aerial Bicycle

Carnival Panorama

The Carnival Panorama

Based in Los Angeles and built less than three years ago in 2019, over 3,900 guests can sail comfortably on this top-rated Vista class cruise ship.

Want to try out the SkyRide aerial bicycle, the Skycourse ropes course, or the IMAX theater? These activities are only offered by Carnival and are all found aboard the Panorama. Want more? Experience a trampoline park, a rare feature.

The Panorama also offers a waterslide, a bowling lane, a spa, a rock climbing wall, a jacuzzi, and a casino.

Pricing Information

This graph displays the price over time for the various types of cabin. Since being listed twenty-five months ago, The price of a cabin on this cruise has varied between $407 and $679 including $130 in taxes and port charges. Today this sailing is just $42 more expensive than the all time low of $407 so lock in your room now before it goes up.

$449 $649 $849 $1,193
$64.14 per day $92.71 per day $121.29 per day $170.43 per day
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Day 4: Puerto Vallarta
Skycourse Ropes Course
IMAX Theater

Your Itinerary

This cruise spends three days in port and three days at sea. Major features include visits to exotic destinations like Mazatlan plus a long stop in Puerto Vallarta.

Sat, Sep 17Los Angeles, CA4:30pm
Sun, Sep 18At Sea
Mon, Sep 19At Sea
Tue, Sep 20Puerto Vallarta, Mexico9:00am9:00pm
Wed, Sep 21Mazatlan, Mexico9:30am6:00pm
Thu, Sep 22Cabo San Lucas, Mexico6:30am2:30pm
Fri, Sep 23At Sea
Sat, Sep 24Los Angeles, CA9:00am

Alternate Sailings

The Panorama sails this route sixteen times this year as well as twenty-four times next year. The Navigator of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.

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