Canopy Mundo Nogalito Tour
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- Canopy Mundo Nogalito TourMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6First to ReviewJun 07, 2014
Zip lining through the forest!
There are 11 zip lines (one is tandem so you can race with someone) on this tour. There is some hiking involved and it can get a little tiring on a hot day, but you get to rest in between, so it's not too bad. There are three or four tour guides with you along the way and they have water stations so you can quench your thirst and cool off.
The lines are up to 850 feet long, and up to 250 feet high. It's pretty cool to look down and out and just see lush vegetation surrounding you as you fly though the forest. They have a lot of safety precautions, so even though you feel like you might fly into a tree, you won't.
After you are done zip lining, they offer a free tequila tasting and five minute massage. They also have a little stream and restaurant where you can relax.
-Max 250 lbs
-They don't have a restriction from you bringing your own camera, but some of them will give you a bad attitude if you want to take your own pictures because they want to sell you theirs.
-Personal belongings have to be stored in a locker (you can't carry anything because you have to hold on during the zipline.)
-Long hair needs to be tied back (you'll be wearing a helmet anyway).
-Total time is about 4 hours
-Guides work hard, tip them at the end.
It was fun and I would do it again. The drive up seemed a bit sketchy, as we were meeting a random man with a van in Mexico, but once we were there, it was lots of (hot, tiring) fun.Recommended for: