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Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan

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Address: Calzada Camaron Sabalo # 500 | Golden Zone, Mazatlan 82110, Mexico
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An interactive cooking show like no other! Two Dancing Chefs take you...

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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Funny, Fun & Delicious

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... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2012
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Kelowna, Canada

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Kelowna, Canada
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Reviewed 9 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!

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

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 a matter of minutes. You won't be able to stop smiling and shouting Olé!!! Greetings... More 

Olympia, Washington
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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 a sense of humor. We especially enjoyed learning about the dessert salsa but no hints... More 

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

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 and it's more important to have fun and to feel like you're on Dancing With... More 

Seattle, Washington
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
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 margaritas while you make your own versions of salsa with the mis en place ingredients... More 

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

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 the salsas with the Mexican Molcajete (Mortar and pestle) and other fun tools. We're glad... More 

New Troy,Michigan
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
Reviewed 31 January 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 seem to really have fun doing it!

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

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!!!! More 

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Reviewed 27 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 :)

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

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 class....... Olé!!! More 

Boise, Idaho
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 65 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 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. We will be back again.

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

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 remember to keep practicing the sea-side, street-side.... Olé!!! More 

Mission, Canada
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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 can't remember the steps. Oh well maybe next time Bonnie

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SalsaMaaike, Public Relations Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

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 salsa class: you can always come back for a refresher course and more laughs!!! More 

Alberta
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Reviewed 17 October 2011

We took the whole family on this tour as part of our Mazatlan trip last week. There were 7 of us from 5 years old to 60 and we all had fun. We also learned lots about making salsa from fresh ingredients, and a bit about dancing. I have to admit that there is a lot of tequila flowing so... More 

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SalsaMaaike, Public Relations Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Salsa and Salsa is very family-friendly and hands-on. From the making of the drinks to the preparation of the salsas; you'll learn how to make everything from scratch. And we work with many interesting tools like lime squeezers and molcajetes. So once you are back home, you can recreate these wonderful recipes in a matter of minutes with fresh ingredients......... More 

Pueblo, Colorado
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Reviewed 12 October 2011

My best friend and I wanted to celebrate our 50th birthdays in Mazatlan. I had attended Salsa and Salsa in Dec. 2010 and knew this would be a really fun thing to do for our birthdays. Salsa and Salsa did not disappoint! We took our boyfriends to the Monday afternoon show and had the best time ever! We were made... More 

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SalsaMaaike, Public Relations Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Looks like your Fab-50 birthday party was lots of fun! At Salsa and Salsa we love to make your special occasion extra special. Whether it is a birthday, anniversary or wedding, the Dancing Chef always come up with a surprise! So let us know beforehand and we promise it will be an unforgettable experience....... Olé!!! More 

Canada
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Reviewed 2 October 2011

We did this Salsa and Salsa event as part of our vacation just last week. We had a blast!! Don't eat or drink before you go, the margaritas are non-stop and the 7 salsa dishes were awesome! I'd do it again for sure!

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SalsaMaaike, Public Relations Manager at Salsa and Salsa Mazatlan, responded to this review

Thanks you for your candid comments. Salsa and Salsa is indeed an activity you shouldn't miss on your holiday to Mazatlan! You mentioned to arrive with an empty stomach to the tour which is great advise: we have yet to leave somebody hungry! You could consider Salsa and Salsa a lunch tour (for Monday shows) or dinner sunset tour (for... More 

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