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Some one jumps off a moderately high (about 40') platform into the water and comes and takes your tips.
The tours will bring you here because they probably get paid to do so. I would never willing come here but if you are in the...More
Really interesting to watch but I don't think this should be on anyone's bucket list. No one should go out of their way to watch the cliff divers. The surrounding vendors and sellers was more of a attraction than the cliff divers and affected the...More
Our coach deposited us here for a chance to have a walk along the boardwalk, look at the wares on sale, admire the magnificent statuary, and learn something about the history of Mazatlan. The sculptures are quite fabulous. You’ll want to have your camera at...More
Our bus tour of the Historic District stopped on the Malecon to show us the cliff divers. Two men atop the cliffs flexed and stood ready to dive. Finally one of them made his 45-foot swan dive. Very graceful. The other diver followed soon after....More
We stayed at the hotel right across from the Clavadistas, they are not there but until about 5 pm...this are locals that ask for a tip so they can jump off the cliff...at sunset they have small show meanwhile you eat from the local food...More
Though not truly 'cliff diving' (They dive from a rock about 40 feet high) it is still an exciting, scary sight. The divers must time the ocean swells to have enough water (About 6 to 8 feet) so they don't break their neck.. They start...More