Four of us booked this through a waiter we knew in Zihuat. (I will book with a reglar agency this time to ensure reliable transportation). We were teamed with another group of 4, also Americans. We had three guides with us (one more than usual because one in our party had only one leg).
I've done zip-lines in Alaska and Jamaica. This one did not compare to those. But it was also less than half the price, and just a few minutes from Ixtapa.
It really is more ropes course than an all zip adventure. You have to work a little harder than you would on an all zip. And it's not the total adrenaline rush that the all zip places are. But it was a lot of fun, and we really felt like we'd done something!
I was really impressed at the guides. The worked well with all of is. The guy with one leg required extra help on a few of the trickier ropes areas, but they acted like it was nothing unusual. Even our 60 year old non exercising smoker made it through and had fun.
They advertise 22 activities & 11 zips. Only 2 of the zips are nice and long. It's well designed; hey start you out very slowly and work you up to the more tricky things. You're never too far off the ground, but high enough to feel like you're "up there". The whole course is up over a paintball field.
Midway through there's a nice break. We had water, soda & beer available (don't know if that's normal, or if our guy brought it himself). A couple of ostriches roam the area (which makes for fun pics).
I'm planning on going back again this year, taking my niece and her family.
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