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Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan

Address: Avenida Camaron Sabalo #500 | Golden Zone, Mazatlan 82110, Mexico
Phone Number: +52 214 550 1403
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Ranked #2 of 79 Activities in Mazatlan
Owner description: An interactive cooking show like no other! Two Dancing Chefs take you through a variety of Mexican...
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Owner description: 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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Delta, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 22, 2015 via mobile

Don't worry if you don't cook or can't dance, you'll have lots of laughs and meet some fun people. The salsa is delicious and you are shown ingredients and techniques. The salsa dancing is very basic but will have you swinging and twirling in no time. Lots of drinks included and you can spend the rest of the afternoon at... More 

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Bruce! Looks like you found your inner Dancing Chef at Salsa and Salsa. The tour is suitable for seasoned chefs as well as newbies in the kitchen. You're welcomed with a margarita and you will not see the bottom of your glass during the tour. Thank you for mentioning that you can use the hotel's facilities after the tour... More 

Santa Cruz, California
2 reviews
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 12, 2015

My 3 daughters and I signed up for a day with Salsa and Salsa while aboard the Crown Princess. We have visited many places that offer opportunities to zip-line, snorkel, hike, and tour, but how often do you get the chance to make yummy salsas, margaritas, and salsa dance in a clean, beautiful, resort style setting?? This unique experience is... More 

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Hi Patricia! Looks like you had a wonderful mother-daughters experience with Salsa and Salsa. The Dancing Chefs show you how to make Margaritas and Salsas from scratch, while enjoying free-flowing margaritas. We also have tasty non-alcoholic drinks available for our younger chefs. After the cooking class, you hit the dance floor to learn to Salsa in 4 easy moves. It's... More 

North Hollywood, California, United States
1 review
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 2, 2015

It was my first time to Mexico and my friend and I decided to do this shore excursion. We had the best time!! Great, people, and the dancing was so much fun!

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Gabby! Looks like you learned a lot about Mexican food, drinks and culture at Salsa and Salsa. The tour is very hands-on and you will learn how to make the best margaritas and salsas from scratch,as well as the saucy moves of Salsa dancing. You use authentic Mexican cooking tools, while enjoying free-flowing margaritas and tasty snacks. We hope... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 30, 2014 via mobile

An absolute hoot! Have never attended a tour that was this much fun! The salsa we made was great, the drinks were great and most importantly the hosts were great in explaining what to do. The dancing at the end was fun way to get everyone involved.

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi fellow Chef! Looks like you made the perfect pick for your day in Mazatlan. Salsa and Salsa is unlike any tour in town: you cook, you drink, you eat, you dance and above all: you will laugh a lot! We hope you will keep up the Salsa spirit with the free recipe sheet and don't forget to practice those... More 

Santee, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 26, 2014

What a wonderful choice for an adults only excursion! My husband and I had so much fun, from making salsas, to guacamole to margaritas! Learning to Salsa dance at the end of the class was a blast! Our instructors were entertaining as well as educated us to make this a very fun and memorable excursion!

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Hi Barb! Looks like you made wonderful memories at Salsa and Salsa. The tour is fun for chefs of all ages. We serve free-flowing margaritas (with or without alcohol) throughout the tour, so you loosen up for the easy Salsa dance class. You will learn and laugh a lot with the entertaining Dancing Chefs. We hope you will use your... More 

Edmonton, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 9, 2014

We spent the day with the ladies from Salsa and Salsa and what a great time we had. They were fantastic with the kids and we all learned to make delicious salsa that we've continued making since we got home. A great fun filled day and it was perfect for our 10 and 11 year olds.

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Chrissy! What a fun day your family had at Salsa and Salsa. The tour is suitable for chefs of all ages, because who doesn't like to experiment with food. You work in teams to prepare your own margaritas (with or without alcohol) and salsas. The best part is that you can sample your creations with tasty snacks. Then the... More 

Vancouver
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 7, 2014

The People at Salsa and Salsa are great fun and full of mischief , take you cooking hat and dancing shoes (and maybe a drinking head) but top class would recommend without question best part of our visit to the city. Jason and Sangeeta (Vancouver B.C)

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Jason and Sangeeta! Thank you for your great review and fun photos. At Salsa and Salsa you will find your inner chef and salsa dancer. The tour is very hands-on and the Dancing Chefs add some comic relief to make a fun-tastic day in Mazatlan. We hope to welcome you again for a refresher class.... Olé!!! More 

San Diego, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 4, 2014

We took an excursion from the Cruise ship Crown Princess to a luxury hotel resort and were very surprised. It was called Salsa and Salsa. When we arrived the tables were set and prepared with everything we needed including a Chef's hat and Apron. We learned to make different kinds of Margaritas and 6 different salsa's. We were in a... More 

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Shirley! Looks like you found the hidden gem in the Pacific. Salsa and Salsa is unlike any Shore Excursion in Mazatlan. The Dancing Chefs greet you with a big smile and a margarita and you will not see the bottom of your glass during the tour. Salsa and Salsa is very hands-on and interactive cooking class and the Dancing... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed December 1, 2014

My daughter and I had a blast this past week in your class! We had a fun table too..... Thank you so much for offering this class along with your great smiles, enthusiastic energy, and great recipes!!!!! I will recommend this to others for sure!!!

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Christy! Thank you for your kind words and fun photos. Your smiles say more than a thousand words! Salsa and Salsa is fun for chefs of all ages. We serve unlimited margaritas (with or without alcohol) as well as tasty Hibiscus tea and bottled water. The Dancing Chefs are passionate about cooking and dancing and our enthusiasm is contagious.... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 29, 2014

Salsa y Salsa was so much fun! We were staying at a local resort and were looking for a fun adventure. Our party of four were very happy we joined in the fun. The minute we walked in we were handed a margarita and felt welcomed. We made a variety of drinks, wonderful salsa and learned to dance. Many of... More 

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antoinette7, Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Hi Cindy! Looks like you made wonderful memories at Salsa and Salsa. The Dancing Chefs welcome you into their kitchen and you will all the fun ins and outs of Salsa making and Salsa dancing. Thank you for mentioning that the tour is interactive and hands-on. You work in teams to create your own drinks and salsas and we also... More 

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