Go Local: Barefoot Fish Cookout

This tour is designed to show you how the old time Cozumel people used to spend their holidays in the beach, when the whole family went out to the local beaches and set up the fishing rods, and then the catch of the day was made in the very special and traditional Tikinxic style fish! a delicious way of grilling the fish filet in plantain leaves and with a very unique seasoning style, traditional of Yucatan. Enjoy a domestic open bar of Margaritas, flavored water, and bottled water. Enjoy a relaxing stay at Barracuda Beach Club, pool, sand, and relaxation! After this unique traditional beach day in Cozumel, you will be ready to return to your ship with the best memories of your day in the sun!

Itinerary

Time Description
00:00   00:30  Transportation to Barracuda Beach Club.
00:30   02:30 Cooking activity
02:30   03:30  Beach Break
03:30   04:00  Transportation back to the pier

Operations Dates​

Monday

Time of day

12:00

Duration

4 hours

Includes

  • Round trip transportation
  • Cooking class
  • Domestic open bar of Margaritas and Flavored water
  • Not includes

  • Learn traditional cooking Tikinxic style fish filet.
  • Enjoy of grilling fish in the beach
  • Domestic open bar of Margaritas and Flavored Water, included.
  • Recommendations

  • Minimum age to participated in the cooking portion of the excursion is 12 years old
  • Guests with food allergies must take particular caution when select this excursion.
  • Guest must be of legal age to drink alcohol, that in Mexico is 18 years old.
  • Note

    This excursion involves walking over uneven surfaces, it is recommended that guests wear flat, comfortable shoes. Guest must be of legal age to drink alcohol. Minimum age to participated in the cooking portion of the excursion is 12 years old. There is a companion ticket available for guests that do not want to participate in the cooking portion of the tour. For guests under 18 years old, they will have to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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