If you are looking to make this Halloween especially memorable, there’s no way better to do so than on a fun-filled cruise!
Carnival is hosting a Halloween cruise out of Los Angeles that heads down to Ensenada, Mexico for an exciting stop in paradise.
Carnival Cruise Line always has entertaining activities and shows on their ships, but Halloween promises to take the fun to another level. On Halloween many of the passengers and crew will be decked out in their finest festive apparel, and it will be a sight to see. They’ll even have a Halloween parade so that everyone can show off their efforts!
They’ll also have specially themed drinks and food, a photo booth, prizes, trivia and trick or treat along the ship’s promenade for families. There will even be a master pumpkin carver performing a demonstration.
The total comes to $346.50 CAD per person with all tax included for the cruise fare once it’s converted from US currency. This is based on a double occupancy for an interior cabin.
The fare includes all your meals, snacks, entertainment and lodgings for all four nights. Alcohol isn’t included, but you can purchase drink packages to help manage the cost of that expense.
You’ll have to purchase a flight separately, but round-trip Vancouver to Los Angeles flights are usually under $300 CAD if you purchase them in advance.
Happy Halloween Cruise Itinerary
The cruise departs out of LA on October 28th and returns on November 1st. In addition to Mexico, the ship also stops in beautiful Catalina Island, California.
With 12 bars and lounges, a comedy club, a theatre, 6 hot tubs, 2 pools, 4 discos, waterslides, mini-golf, spas, arcades, and so much more, you’ll never feel bored on this non-stop party vessel.
Since it is Halloween, there will be themed events throughout the ship to mark the occasion.
Keep in mind that most of the cabins are sold out for this cruise because Halloween is so popular, so if you would like to attend you should reserve space as soon as possible.
You may book your cruise here.
Travel Tip: Always book your cruising excursions in advance! You only have a certain amount of time in each port and you want to make the most of your time to be sure to have a plan ready. You can book these activities through the cruise line or make plans yourself, but if you make them with the ship then you are guaranteed a stressless return to your cabin – always a good call when on holiday.
If you’re looking to take part in some local Halloween festivities, Stanley Park announced that this year’s ghost train will be alien themed.