Located on the picturesque shore of Banderas Bay and at the foot of the majestic Sierra Madres, Puerto Vallarta is the perfect vacation destination for outdoors enthusiasts. Our professional guides will lead you on an exciting zipline adventure through the lush emerald canopies of the Sierra Madre Mountains. You'll experience a one-of-a-kind view of this ecological paradise as you glide through the treetops.
Our experienced staff takes pride in providing a fun, educational, and safe eco-tours in the amazing natural environment of the Sierra Madre jungle. The diverse amount of exotic plant and animal life in this region will amaze you. You'll witness the beauty of brilliantly hued orchids, wild vanilla plants, singing parakeets, vividly colored parrots, spikey agave, as well as iguanas. These tours are not only perfect for thrill-seekers but nature enthusiasts as well.
Our English fluent guides are thoroughly trained to take every precaution to ensure our clients' safety by following strict safety procedures and meticulously inspecting our top-of-the-line equipment.
Zip on fourteen different cable ziplines through the jungle canopy of fabulous Los Veranos nature sanctuary. Slide into the refreshing waters of the Orquidias River before sampling local Mexican cuisine and an array of tequila.
The journey out to our thrilling zipline course is an adventure unto itself. First, ride in a speed boat to a remote beach, and then head offroad in our four-by-four Unimog before riding a mule up the mountain to the zipline starting point.
Located in a protected tropical forest right outside of Puerto Vallarta, in this tour you will fly through a beautiful treetop canopy on Mexico's longest and fastest zipline -- at over 1.2 kilometers (or 3/4 of a mile) at speeds of up to 100kph (or 60 mph)!
Enjoy driving one of our fully automatic 350cc Yamaha ATVs. They are very driver friendly so no experience is needed. After driving through scenic Mexican villages and the jungles of the Sierra Madre mountains, you will get to experience gliding over forests at the Sierra Madre River Canopy.