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We did the Salsa, Salsa, Margarita tour in Cozumel a few years ago and it was so much fun! We will be in Costa Maya in January and I notice they have a salsa, salsa tour. Has any one done both and can compare them for me. Or maybe just did the costa maya one and some reviews? Thanks.

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I think Disney does this through Pez Quadro. Not sure if it's on par with the one in Cozumel. More focus on eating salsa and the margaritas less dancing, if any, then beach time. But maybe someone from the Disney boards who has done this will chime in.

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I just did the Salsa, Salsa through Disney (Fantasy) with Francisco in Costa Maya. It was a ship sponsored excursion. This excursion was so much fun and the highlight of our cruise. We were two couples celebrating our anniversaries. We were met on board by Francisco and driven by air conditioned bus. The areas we were driving through were definitely run down. Once at our destination we parked on a side street (still run down and lots of trash) and walked down the street. One side of the street was a beautiful beach with people lounging while the other side had some restaurants, hotels and shops. We walked up to this half open aired restaurant, half pavilion. No ac here but not really needed with the ocean across the street. We sat in the pavilion at tables of four. We put on chef hats and aprons. Each table had plates with ingredients grouped into three. We were making three different salsas. I chopped and my husband mashed from the ingredients in the order Francisco told us to, all the while the beer & margaritas flowed. There was also bottled water. We got to make the salsa and then try them. They provided bowls with chips. Once we finished eating we all gathered on the dance floor for what seemed like a 30 minute salsa lesson and dancing. So much fun. Afterwards we were given the option to head right back to the ship or hang out and haggle with the vendors for an hour or so. We chose to go back to the ship. Francisco walked us to the curb and hailed a cab, which he paid for to take us back. That was an experience in itself. I'm glad that we did this excursion. It was fun and we all enjoyed it. I saw kids doing it too and everyone seemed to have a good time. We are in our late 40's early 50's. There were all age groups here.

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