Wild Canyon Adventures, Cabo San Lucas

Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes, Nature & Parks
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  • My husband and I had a ton of fun zip lining on our honeymoon! My husband did all eight lines and I was able to do seven (the last line has a weight limit of 240 which I'm a bit over) but no one made ...  read more »
  • The Zip Lining at Wild Canyon was an awesome exhilarating experience. The staff that lead us through the 8 zip lines were experienced, professional and very friendly to help through the zip lines. The...  read more »
  • An extreme place, difficult to reach by own car, but worth the journey, very attentive staff.
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  • This is the most awesome land Recreation available in Cabo San Lucas. It is set in the desert Canyons of Cabo San Lucas. Highlights include zip lining over the Canyons and desert ATV tours. There's also bungee jumping for the more daring people. All the guides are great and it's an experience you won't forget.
  • I found this place underneath a beer cap. Yeah im drunk. L0000000L
  • The off road runner atv tour was first class. Guide was great, atv ran smooth, great instruction on how to use if you don't know. Overall 10/10 would ride again.
  • Super Awesome Place , Ziplining was awesome & the 4 Wheeler experience might be one of the best In CABO ! Great Staff , informative , helpful & Cheerful !
  • This review is based on our experience of the Animal Kingdom activity booked for 9 AM in late Jan. I couldn't book anything too strenuous (zip-lining, ATV) as I went with my sixty-something year-old father. The $60 rate for the animal kingdom activity includes round-trip transportation to and from your hotel. We had no issues with transportation. When we arrived to check in, there is an extra $10 fee per person (park entrance fee). Our activity guide, Aldo, greeted us and told us to wait and walk around and explore the park and bridges about 15-20 min so he could prepare food for the birds. We didn't stray off too far as we didn't want him to wait for us. Once he came back, we went through the "reptile area" and got to pet and hold a male and pregnant female iguana, a tortoise and baby crocodile. The baby iguanas were in a separate area and we did not get to interact with them. Then we got to feed the African lovebirds and parrots. We even got to cradle one of the parrots. The parrots knew a few words, mainly "hola". We saw a pregnant prairie dog (the male was hidden) and didn't get to touch or hold her. We also saw an adult male crocodile and his mating partner, a female pregnant alligator (many pregnant animals there!). Our last "stop" on our guided tour was the camel area. We were able to feed the camels carrots and pet one of them. We also got to see the camel do some tricks. Aldo was very courteous and answered all our questions about the animals thoroughly but at times, he seemed rushed. Not sure if he had other groups to provide guided tours too. On their website, they say no cameras allowed; however, once you get there you can pay just an extra $10 for a "camera pass" and they allow cameras in there (at least for our activity). The only area where they strictly prohibit cameras (unless it's their own camera or you rent a Go-pro from them) is the camel area...which I think is bogus . Aldo was cool and just let us take pictures with our cellphones and my dad's camera without charging us the "camera pass" except in the camel area but I guess it's hit-or-miss with these tour guides. Since our guided tour started roughly from 9:30 and ended roughly around 10:30, we still had about 1 hour and 50 mins left till the shuttle back to the hotels would leave (they leave at 12:20 PM, 3:20 PM and other times I don't recall). So we walked around but there really wasn't much to see since the area was arid. We walked along the long bridge. There wasn't many people there either. Finally we decided to get lunch at their restaurant. We each got a salad and the salad took a while to come out. It was decent but I thought their salads were way overpriced. $15 per a medium-sized salad with chicken. They also did not have much dressing options (only ranch or bleu cheese which are not my favorites). When we were eating there were a couple of dogs begging for food, which we didn't mind at all since we like dogs. All in all $60 for the guided activity (roughly about an hour) per person PLUS $10 park entrance fee per person is overpriced IMO. For that price, a guided tour should last much longer and/or they should have more animals. I was sad to see they had no snakes and no other mammals besides prairie dogs. More native birds or birds endemic to the area would be nice. Larger mammals, such as monkeys and jaguars would be a nice touch!! Sea turtles would also be nice. Also we only got to feed the birds and no other creatures. If they can't provide more animals or a longer guided tour, the park entrance fee should be included and/or food. I'm not sure what the park entrance fee is for, again, as there wasn't much to see, outside of the animals they kept. Pros: interacting with animals and friendly guides, esp Aldo Cons: overpriced To bring/wear: sunscreen, a hat (esp during summer or later in day), money for souvenirs and photos and park entrance fee Provided: they provided 1 water bottle on this activity and we were able to refill it since they had a water refill station
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