Do I need a passport to go on a Mexican cruise?

Answer According to Carnival, passengers are encouraged to travel with valid U.S. passports; however, they are not required when departing and arriving from the same U.S. port. A passport may be helpful a... Read More »

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Do you need a passport for a Mexican cruise?

United States citizens who visit Mexico on a closed-loop cruise, or one that departs and returns to the same U.S. city, can travel with only a birth certificate and government-issued ID. Those on a... Read More »

Do I need a passport to cruise the Mexican Riviera?

As of April, 2009, cruises on the Mexican Riviera departing from the United States require a valid passport or passport card if the sailing departs from one U.S. port and returns to a different one... Read More »

Does a u.s. citizen need a mexican passport?

As of March 1, 2010, U.S. adults and children must present a valid, legible passport to enter Mexico. You also need a valid passport to re-enter the United States by land and international flight.R... Read More »

Do I need a passport for a cruise?

Cruise Savvy recommends all cruise line passengers have a passport. Passports are required to enter any foreign country or port. Passport cards are less expensive options for land and sea travelers... Read More »