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Approximately 4½ Hours
Prepare a delicious lunch or dinner in a kitchen custom-designed for cooking classes. Modern, spacious and well ventilated, the facility features food prep stations, cooking islands and a dining area. Each participant has an individual workspace complete with knife, cutting board, apron and other kitchen utensils.
Your fun and tasty cooking class starts with a brief introduction to Colombian cuisine and the meal you'll prepare. Learn how to make arepas stuffed with chicken or avocado and a second starter of fried plantains with shrimp and a tomato salsa topping.
The main dish is fish baked in a Bijao tree leaf -- a traditional cooking technique from the Colombian Amazon region. The result is a lean, juicy fish that is served with cassava. For dessert, you will prepare a typical sweet treat popular in Cartagena.
A homemade fresh fruit drink is served with the main course; you can also purchase wine or beer (at your own expense).
Afterward, walk through Cartagena's narrow streets and plazas to explore the colonial walled city.
The class and menu can be adapted to vegetarian, celiac and lactose-intolerant ingredients. You must advise the shore excursions team prior to arrival in Cartagena. Wear comfortable walking shoes.