Costa Maya Culinary Tour Excursion Reviews
This ended up being a very small group. We got into taxis and were driven to Mahahual, a little town about 1 1/2 miles north of the port. Each table contained ingredients ready for making 2 kinds of salsa and guacamole. I don't know whether it was because we made them, the ingredients were fresh from Mexico or if the blue margaritas got to us but all 3 were delicious. We were given recipes so that we could make them at home. Throughout the whole "cooking lesson" blue frozen margaritas were flowing freely. After that, a salsa dancing lesson. We only did a couple basic steps but it was clear that most of us do not have what it takes! We gave it a good try and shared some laughs. We were given vouchers for return taxis but most of us agreed to meet back at a certain time to ride back together. We had time to walk along the broadwalk which was lined with little shops and more bars. Massages were available on the beach or you could just grab a chair and sit there.
It was a very enjoyable excursion. The only reason I do not give it the full amount of stars is I thought the price was a little high ($79 pp)