Fly Across the Bay
We kick off in true 007 style with an exhilarating speedboat ride whisking you to Boca de Tomatlan, a secluded beach at the edge of the jungle on the southern shores of Banderas Bay.
4×4 Offroad Fun
Once on dry land, our 4×4 Mercedes Benz Unimogs will take you on an exhilarating off-road expedition 2,000 ft above sea level to our base camp deep into heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains.
Mule Ride up a Mountain
Accompanied by our expert guides and now fully equipped with a harness, your mule is ready to take you on a thrilling trek up the mountain, even deeper into the sub-tropical forest.
Feel the Adrenaline Rush
Then prepare yourself for a breathtaking rush of adrenaline as you fly through a thrilling series of zip-lines, rappel down waterfalls, traverse jungle bridges and finally splash through streams and natural river pools on our specially designed Outdoor Adventure Circuit. Once back at the base camp you’ll have a chance to relax and see photos of your day before returning to Puerto or Nuevo Vallarta.
How do you make one of the greatest adventures on earth even better? By adding not one, but two amazing waterslides – including one with the third highest drop in the world at 846 feet (258 meters). Set in the jungle with the rest of the adventure, the new waterslides add even more excitement to your already full and thrilling day. You don’t want to miss sliding down Vallarta’s newest and most exciting waterslides – it is like a water park in Vallarta’s jungle.
At Vallarta Adventures, safety is our number one priority. You’re under the constant care and supervision of our highly qualified, hand-picked experts who have received over 200 hours of formal training in Canopy Tour operations and safety techniques. We use the most state-of-the art equipment available today, with not just one, but two safety ropes for added security. This equipment is rigorously inspected and constantly maintained so all you have to worry about is having fun. Our knowledgeable guides will assist you every step of the way – from the time you leave the ground, until you rappel back down to the forest floor.