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Acapulco Cruise Port (Terminal Maritima)
Acapulco Cruise Port (Terminal Maritima)

Acapulco Cruise Port (Terminal Maritima)

Port of Acapulco, Acapulco, Guerrero

The Basics

Visitors docking at the Acapulco Cruise Port typically head straight to the nearby downtown, just a 5-minute walk from the dock. Although it’s easy to explore independently, a city tour can help you learn more about Acapulco’s colorful past, while snorkeling excursions, trips to Coyuca Lagoon, or boat rides are also popular all-day activities. For great beaches, head to the Golden Zone (Zona Dorada) and be sure to catch a cliff diving spectacular at La Quebrada.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Booking a tour or shore excursion can help you make the most of your time in this popular coastal city.
  • Acapulco is typically hot and humid year-round, so pack sunscreen, stay hydrated, and dress appropriately.
  • Parts of Acapulco city and the surrounding beaches may be inaccessible for wheelchair users.
  • Safety in Acapulco has come into question due to crime, according to the US Department of State. Although tourists are rarely targeted, travelers considering a visit should refer to their government’s travel advisories for the latest information.
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How to Get to Acapulco From the Acapulco Cruise Port

The main square of Acapulco is just a 5-minute walk from the cruise terminal and easy to access independently. However, if you plan on visiting beaches situated further down the coast, local taxis are also plentiful at the Acapulco Cruise Port.

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Port Information

The official language of Mexico is Spanish, but the staff at most restaurants, tourist attractions, and stores will also speak English. The Mexican peso is the official currency, although many places will also accept US dollars. Regardless, it's always better to exchange your cash for pesos and there are plenty of nearby ATMs.

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