• Location: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 110.00 View price calendar

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Try a bungee jump in Cabo San Lucas on a half-day adventure in the Baja countryside. Challenge yourself to jump from a glass-bottom gondola dangling above a scenic canyon, with views to the Sea of Cortez. This 4-hour bungee jumping experience includes pickup and drop-off at selected hotels, and multiple departures are available each day.

Highlights

  • Half-day bungee jump experience
  • Jump from a glass-bottom gondola
  • Visit a scenic part of the Baja countryside
  • Bungee jump completion certificate included
  • Pickup and drop-off at select hotels

What You Can Expect

Bungee Jump in Los Cabos

Bungee Jump in Mexico

Meet a shuttle at your hotel on the “Tourist Corridor” between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo, then transfer to the bungee jump site in an air-conditioned van (a roughly 20-minute trip).

Upon arrival, a Bungee Master will orient you to safety guidelines and bungee jump technique. You can choose to jump with the bungee secured to your feet, or opt to attach the bungee to your waist; a Bungee Master will work with you one-on-one for your entire jumping experience.

Board a glass-bottom gondola that hangs 300 feet (91 meters) above a canyon with the Sea of Cortez on the horizon, then launch yourself into the air. When you’ve completed the jump, you’ll be secured to the recovery system and returned to the gondola. Following the jump, you’ll receive a bungee jump certificate then meet the shuttle driver for the return trip to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Ralph W R

3 star rating: Worth doing July 2017

The bungee jump itself was a thrill, but there were a number of things that could be improved on. First off, the activity itself lasted less than an hour, but the shuttles taking you to and from your hotel only leave once every 3 or so hours, so even after you're done, you're waiting hours for the next shuttle. Also, at the park, there are a bunch of hidden fees--I knew that there was a park entrance fee, but it just seemed there was a fee for everything--you're not allowed to bring in your own camera or selfie sticks, so there's a fee for renting a GoPro, a fee for the 10 or so photos that a photographer takes for you, etc. The total price could end up being well over double what the listed online price was. Lastly, while almost all my guides in all my activities in Cabo were awesome, the guy taking me on my bungee jump was a bit snarky and impatient. I was up there with another first-timer, and the guide made no attempt to introduce himself, and was just a bit rude. Understandably, we were nervous about it in a joking way of course--otherwise we wouldn't have signed up to do it, and he would just snap back at us and tell us to stop questioning things. By and large the employees at the park were great, so I would say this guide was not representative, but perhaps some better training on the part of the company would do some good.

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