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Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan

Calzada Camaron Sabalo # 500 | Golden Zone, Mazatlan 82110, Mexico
+52 214 550 1403
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Great fun - I'd go again!

My girlfriend and I (in our 40's) participated in the Salsa & Salsa class in Mazatlan and... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2012
Per D
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Okotoks, Canada
Salsa & Salsa was Fantastic--A MUST for Anyone visiting Mazatlan!

Our dancing chefs, Maaike and Stephanie, were wonderful! They had us laughing and drinking moments... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2012
J H
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Portland, Oregon
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An interactive cooking show like no other! Two Dancing Chefs take you through a variety of Mexican salsas, as well as teach you how to make Margaritas and dance the salsa! Try your culinary creations with tasty snacks and try an assortment of drinks, including all-you-can-drink Margaritas, Jamaica Tea (Hibiscus Herbal Tea) and Bottled Water.Guests have 1.5 to 2 hours of free time after the dance lesson, to head into town to shop. Note: Participants must be at least 8 years of age and must be 21 years of age to drink alcoholic beverages.
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Calzada Camaron Sabalo # 500 | Golden Zone, Mazatlan 82110, Mexico
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+52 214 550 1403

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Reviewed 23 February 2012

My girlfriend and I (in our 40's) participated in the Salsa & Salsa class in Mazatlan and thorlughly enjoyed ourselves. Our 2 hostesses were professional, fun, funny and polished - they have obviously done this before. We felt welcome and also enjoyed the company of...More

Thank Per D
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 26 February 2012

Hi Canadian Chef! Looks like you had a great Girl time at Salsa and Salsa. The hostesses (aka Dancing Chefs) are passionate about cooking and dancing and it shows! We catch everybody in the act and before you know it, you will be shouting Olé!!!

Reviewed 23 February 2012

Our dancing chefs, Maaike and Stephanie, were wonderful! They had us laughing and drinking moments after our arrival. The hands-on style of the tour was fun, engaging and memorable for all. Our whole group had fun chopping and mixing fresh ingredients, while all the while...More

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 26 February 2012

Dancing Chefs Stephanie and Maaike take a bow..... thank you for your kind words. We're glad we could teach you how to make a mean margarita and yummy salsas from scratch, while laughing the whole time. Our easy salsa dancing class is accesible for seasoned...More

Reviewed 13 February 2012

Everyone is there to have a good time! We were at a table with two other couples - everyone was at ease and talking. The margaritas start as soon as you sit down. Our "Dancing Chefs" made the whole experience fun. The salsas we made...More

Thank RollingStoens
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 16 February 2012

Hi Stoens family! Thank you for your wonderful review. Salsa and Salsa is all about relaxing and having a good time. There are 6 people per table, which soon become your best friends. Is it because of the good food, the marvelous drinks or the...More

Reviewed 10 February 2012

My husband, his parents and I just got back from Mazatlan on Feb. 09 2012. I am so glad that we went to Salsa and Salsa! The whole thing was an absolute blast! The salsas delicious, the dancing hilarious, and the oh the drinks!More

Thank Malnoel
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 16 February 2012

Looks like the whole family had a blast at Salsa and Salsa. What else would you want on your holidays: great food and drinks while enjoying the beautiful view of the Sea of Cortez. The easy salsa dancing class has everybody up and dancing within...More

Reviewed 4 February 2012

If you like salsa and like to dance, this a must do while in Mazatlan.... Our instructors were Maaike and Jessica. They were delightful and knowledgeable. The instructions on how to make the salsas (seven of them) were clear and concise - and delivered with...More

1  Thank alwaystryan
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2012

Hi Ryan family! Thanks you for your kind words. Dancing Chefs Maaike and Melissa take a bow.... We're glad we could teach you the fun ins and outs of Salsa making and Salsa dancing. And like you said: the dance class is accessible for everybody...More

Reviewed 2 February 2012

If you are a foodie, or just enjoy trying different foods ..... Salsa and Salsa is a great way to spend a few hours while in Mazatlan. At the Royal Villas, right at the sand and surf in the Golden Zone, you are provided unlimited...More

1  Thank jtay58
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2012

Hi Seattle foodie! Looks like you found everything you were looking for at the Salsa and Salsa experience. Thank you for pointing out that the our kitchen staff roasts and dices all the ingredients for the salsas beforehand. In this way you can easily prepare...More

Reviewed 1 February 2012

Had an awesome time with everything and everyone,from making salsa's,margarita's,guacamole and learning to dance the salsa! The dancing chefs had ALOT of patience with all of us after mucho margarita's,Great time and a must do! Thank You dancing chefs,you do an amazing job and you...More

Thank 77Happy77
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 5 February 2012

Greetings to Michigan! Thank you for sharing your pictures and experiences from Salsa and Salsa. What fun we had with your group! The Dancing Chefs truly love their job and it shows.....Olé!!!!

Reviewed 28 January 2012

Put this tour as a must on your mazatlan vacation. Great salsa making, fabulous dancing hosts and the dancing lessons are a riot. Best time ever. Thanks and see you again :)More

Thank Keya41
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 1 February 2012

Hi there! Thank you for putting us on top of your TO-DO list in Mazatlan. The tour is tons of funs and afterwards you'll be able to recognize many items that are sold in Mexican markets. Hope to see you again soon for that refresher...More

Reviewed 25 December 2011

This is a totally fun experience from the delicious and practical salsas, to the dancing lesson. And you won't leave hungry either. We had a great time and didn't even drink the tequila! You will be looking for a salsa club after this entertaining day....More

2  Thank Norma J
antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 30 December 2011

Hi Norma! Thank you for your review. We loved that you used the word 'experience' instead of 'tour', because Salsa and Salsa is much more than a tour. Have you had a chance to cook up a storm at home with your recipe sheet? And...More

Reviewed 26 October 2011

Second time in Mazatlan, first time to Salsa and Salsa. Had a great time, would definitely go again. The Salsa's were very tasty as was all the margaritas. I don;t really remember how to do the salsa because we were laughing so hard, now I...More

1  Thank pilling2
SalsaMaaike, Public Relations Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this reviewResponded 3 November 2011

Hi Bonnie! Thank you for your candid comments. With all the fresh ingredients that we use during the tour and the great chefs that prepare them (you!), of course your salsas and margaritas taste wonderful. And don't worry about not remembering the steps of the...More

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OCTravelinBear
What is the drinking age for this event? We have a 19 year old in our group. The cruise promotion indicates must be 21 to consumer alcohol but the drinking age in Mexico is 18.
8 May 2017|
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Response from Joe C | Reviewed this property |
Since the Salsa attraction is onshore, the Mexican drinking age applies. Be cautioned though that the Margaritas flow freely (which makes the salsa dancing more fun), so if the young person needs to be careful.
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LorraineP0A1E0
price of the excursion
9 March 2017|
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Response from antoinette7 | Property representative |
Hi Lorraine! You may book onboard with your shore excursion desk. If you have further questions you can find our contact e-mail on our website!
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Alaina224
Hi there. We will be making our first trip to Mazalan from Canada December 16-23 and staying at the Riu Emerald Bay. How do I book ?
26 September 2016|
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Response from antoinette7 | Property representative |
Hi Alaina! You can find booking information and all the details you need, by emaiing: salsamazatlan @ gmail for booking information :)
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