Monster Ziplines Adventure in Los Cabos
Zip across 8 ziplines, on some lines, our guests can have up to 4 people at a time which is a thrilling adventure to go on with friends and family! Come join us as we fly through our canyon, passing by boulders and looking down at our oasis from a bird’s eye view.
You must pay the Park Entry Fee (PEF) of $15US per person when you arrive at Wild Canyon and it includes:
The Water Park: Come have fun at our water park including waterslides, a fountain, lounge chairs, and obviously a pool!
Our Animal Kingdom: Visit our Animal Sanctuary where all our animals are rescued. Come show them some love!
Los Cabos Canyon Bridge: make sure to take a picture on the longest vehicle and pedestrian wooden bridge in the world.
• Wild Canyon Adventures, Road Cabo San Lucas- San Jose del Cabo Km, 19. 5, Cabo San Lucas 23455 Mexico
- Free refillable water bottle
- Professional guides
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Needed gear
- Instruction for fun and safe zip lining
- Entrance fees ($15USD, per person)
- Food and drinks
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Minimum age is 8 years
- Bring comfortable clothes, sunglasses, hat and sunscreen.
- Persons with back, neck or heart problems, vertigo and pregnant woman will not be able to take part in the tour
- Minimum weight is 55 lbs (24 kg) Maximum weight (line 1-7) is 300 lbs (136 kg); (line 8) Max. Weight is 250 lbs. (113 kg)
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Infants must sit on laps
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Fit enough to walk about 45 minutes in intervals of 5-15 minutes on varied terrain.
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- Closed shoes required
I have been on ziplines before, and was taking three girlfriends who have never done this. The workers were nice and helpful. However, the terrain is rocks with little to no vegetation. The part I disliked the most had to do with the actual zipline. You had to lean back with straight legs above your head and any deviation would affect the ability to get to the other side. You needed to be careful to cause no swing because the brakes became engaged if you moved. This didn't allow anyone to look to the sides, enjoy the view etc.. In fact, I got stuck on three lines before I reached the end. You are able to pull yourself to the end, but this definitely was not as enjoyable as the zippiness I had experienced in Colorado.
The experience was great but if you're not use to hiking it's going to be exhausting.