A little salsa, a little dancing, a little relaxing...the perfect day in Cozumel.
You can dance the Salsa and eat it too.
What a blast! Let's start your tour by learning how to make some Mexican culinary favorites. In this state-of-the-art kitchen, you and your fellow chefs will be instructed in the finer points of preparing salsa, guacamole and Pico de Gallo. To go along with these creations are quesadillas, taquitos and chips which will also be made in class. All accompanied by margaritas, of course!
Now that you're warmed up, it's time to put on your dancing shoes, sway to the beat and start moving your feet. Your dance instructor will demonstrate and teach you all the moves that make the Salsa so fun and expressive. Your friends will be impressed!
After the excitement of cooking and dancing, it's time to relax. Spend the rest of your day here at the beach. You can enjoy your free time swimming in the waters of the Caribbean, sunbathing on the sandy beach, or plunge into the Floating Park and/or the new water park which includes the Buccaneers Bay kids' area, Oasis Island Pool, Hydro Massage Tub and the 200-foot long Twin Twister Waterslides.
- Bring or wear a swimsuit, towel, hat, and change of clothes, camera, and cash or credit cards.
- Please note: In order to restore/maintain the health of Cozumel's precious reefs, all guests must shower to remove sunblock prior to entering the ocean or Playa Mia's pools, waterslides, etc. We suggest the use of hats and long-sleeved UV-filtering shirts to protect yourself from the sun).
- Snorkel gear, parasailing, and wave runners are available for an additional cost.
- After your tour, you will be dropped off at the original meeting point. Your guide will be happy to instruct you on the best way to get back to the cruise ship.
- Please note that the beach and facilities are sometimes closed on Sundays, though usually open when a ship is in port.
- Please note that Playa Mia will be closed on February 4th and 16th, March 17th, and April 21st, 2020.
- The beach and facilities close at 6 p.m.
- The minimum age for alcohol consumption is 18 years old.
- All children age 12 and under and all non-swimmers must be accompanied by and supervised by a parent or legal guardian who must remain in the water at all times.
- Please alert ShoreTrips in advance of any dietary restrictions or food allergies. We will do our best to accommodate.
- Playa Mia is committed to protecting the ocean environment and Cozumel’s vast coral reefs. Therefore, they no longer allow the use of any type of sunscreen, sunblock or suntan lotion which could eventually make its way into the ocean. All guests must shower BEFORE entering either the ocean or Playa Mia’s pools, water slides, etc. We suggest the use of long-sleeved UV-filtering shirts, hats, and sunglasses to protect yourself from the sun. The coral, fish and all other sea creatures thank you for your cooperation!
Days offered: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday