Dancing into the Walled City

3.5 hours | Cartagena | CTG-120
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Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

WHAT YOU VISIT
Crazy Salsa
This charming and well-known dance academy will lead you through a lively dance lesson. After being introduced to three different Latin dances, you can select your favorite. Salsa is perhaps the most popular, known for its Afro-Caribbean rhythms and swaying hips. Champeta is a cultural phenomenon born just a few decades ago on the streets of Cartegena, and Cumbia revolves around the dynamics that happen when a man courts a woman. After your lesson, the instructors will put on a show-stopping performance of their own

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
The dancers' colorful costumes and show-stopping performance are images you're sure to want to capture.

WHAT YOU SEE ALONG THE WAY
Your guided walk takes you past the 19th century Clock Tower and into the Old City, the birthplace of Cartagena and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Departure from the pier top the Old City

Transport type:
Air Conditioned Mini Bus
Transport Capacity:
30
Travel time:
00:20
Air conditioned:
Yes
Restroom available:
Yes

Arrival at the Clock Tower and walk to the Dance Academy Crazy Salsa

Transport type:
Walking
Transport Capacity:
30
Travel time:
00:15

Dance breafing for music Salsa, Champeta and Cumbia

Time at site:
00:20

Dance lessons

Time at site:
01:00
Restroom available:
Yes

Break for drinks

Time at site:
00:20
Restroom available:
Yes

Presentation by dancers

Time at site:
00:25

Walking portion into the Old City to explore

Transport type:
Walking
Transport Capacity:
30
Travel time:
00:45

Return back to the ship

Transport type:
Air Conditioned Mini Bus
Transport Capacity:
30
Travel time:
00:25
Air conditioned:
Yes
Restroom available:
Yes