Cabo: Zip Lining
To start the day off, we went zip lining through Wild Canyon, which I would recommend early in the morning, as it gets hot in the middle of the day. There are a total of 8 zip lines throughout the course. 5 out of the 8 lines are tandem, requiring two people to go together, or three people in the case of a family. The reason for this is the need of additional weight to make it to the other side of the line. The children mostly always went with an additional person for each of the lines.
If one gets stuck, they must turn around and pull themselves to the end. This happened twice to me. The employee informed me that I needed to eat additional tacos so I weighed more to get to the ends successfully!
The zip line excursion is a total of 2 1/2 – 3 hours. There is an extensive amount of hiking in between the lines, so comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended. One woman from our group was wearing sandals and was severally struggling.
While zip lining, you can expect to see views of the ocean through the canyon, and test your limits while crossing over suspended bridges.