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Approximately 2½ Hours
Experience a delightful Mexican tradition on this excursion. A clambake is an authentic seafood specialty quite famous in Loreto.
To harvest chocolata clams, divers swim about 500 yards offshore and dive down 10-12 feet. An innertube with a basket in the center serves to keep the harvested clams in water. The clams are placed on a bed of gravel with the shell opening pointing down. More gravel is placed on top, covering the clams. Dry branches of chamizo are spread over the gravel and set on fire. As the fire heats the shells, the clams cook and open.
Your taste buds will savor the flavors of a delectable Mexican buffet, including a clambake and a margarita.
The live music will have your feet tapping, and the traditional décor and dancers of the ballet folkloric show will delight you.