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Amazing! Loved that there were 8 different zip lines rather than just 1 long one. There was a good deal of walking/hiking to get to each station, but well worth it! The staff was very friendly and helpful too!
This was a thrill! The guides were fabulous and so helpful! I had zip lined in the California redwoods and this was so different! I'm totally hooked on zipping! Love it!!
With this tour, they give you the options of what time to start; I recommend starting at 9 while the heat is still tolerable. Altogether there are 8 zip lines, each progressively longer, so for novices you can quickly become adept. There is a lot of walking and steep hills to walk up and a long bridge but if you like that sort of thing, its perfect. The crew were are really awesome and they made the experience even better with their lively personalities and positive attitudes. We went as a couple on this tour so we were able to do some of the zip lines as a tandem, which was a good experience.
This zip line tour is a great way to spend a morning in Cabo!
There are 8 different zip lines that you get to fly down and each one gets better and faster! Getting to each launch area requires a bit of a hike, but you’re equipped with a provided water bottle (attached to your harness) and each area has a seating area with more cold water for you to freshen up. The guides are already waiting for you at each zip line and are able to joke around while still making you feel safe and secured. Be sure to try zipping backwards at two of the lines!
The area itself is really neat as well, with huts and colorful areas at which you can sit and enjoy the views. The hotel drop-off gives you enough time after your zip lining adventure to grab a drink and food at the Lion’s Den bar if you want. I would recommend a cold beer to celebrate this awesome adventure!
I arrived in Cabo a day earlier than my travel companions so while they were flying in I went zip-lining. I have zip-lined all over the globe in Eagle Crest, Alaska, Castries, St. Lucia and Puerta Vallarta too. Believe me when I say these lines are the best! I was not familiar with the method, but all of my experiences have been different. The lines are long and fast. I weigh 280 lbs so I did not have to go in the company of any other participants on the tandem lines. Going backwards provided a slightly more exhilarating experience than I was accustomed to. I loved every minute of it! There is a bit of hiking involved between a few of the lines, but it is well worth it! I would say take the 9:00 AM option, it was scorching hot out there! The pries of food at the cafeteria are a bit steep, so grab a beer while you are awaiting the return of your shuttle and leave the burgers and hot wings be. The photo CD costs $38 for the photos of two people and goes up from there. I went solo so I coughed up the $38. I would recommend this activity to anyone looking to kill a few hours in Cabo.
It was scary but exhilarating at the same exact time, you just have to get over the fear of falling to your death in the canyon. The instructors closely monitor each time someone gets hooked to a line, they make you feel safe. It was great!
Some parts were a little challenge to the nerves for the wife at first but we but loved it. Our only problem was we were pressed for time at the end but that was because we came on a cruise ship and had to get back to port before every one else.
Loved it, everybody should try this at least once. The tour guides were great too!
Tour was great! Definitely some misunderstanding about pickup and transportation to the event.
A fun thing to do once....bit expensive for what one gets out of though. Not much to see; hiking between zip lines....not something to be done in the middle of summer. But over-all glad i did it once.