Mazatlan Canopy Zipline Tour Plus Mezcal Tasting - Mazatlan, Sinaloa, México

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See the jungle from a birds-eye view as you glide through a tropical forest along ziplines in the Sierra Madre foothills, east of Mazatln. Afterward, enjoy a mezcal factory tour and tasting at Vinata Los Osuna distillery! Youll learn how the Osuna family has made blue agave mezcal (a tequila-like liquor) for more than a century, and taste the award-winning liquor!


  • All necessary equipment included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

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After your guide picks you up at your hotel in Mazatln, travel by coach 45 minutes east to the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains for a zipline experience at Huana Coa Canopy Adventure. The ecological park is located on the grounds of Vinata Los Osuna distillery. Meet your expert zipline guides, receive a safety orientation and get outfitted in the provided gear. From there, take a Swiss army jeep up the mountain and prepare to take flight!

Soar through the trees between 12 platforms on ziplines of varying height and length for a thrilling flight with fantastic views. You are strapped into a safety line at all times so there is no danger of falling and you can quickly gain confidence from friendly guides. You can also try your hand at rappelling and check out two nature trails to learn more about the area.

The final zipline takes you over fields of blue agave near the central area of the distillerys ranch. Get grounded with a fruit snack (included) and then calm your nerves with a mezcal tasting on your tour of Los Osuna Blue Agave Distillery.
Walk through the mezcal factory that has been operated by the Osuna family since 1876! Youll learn about the process of making the drink -- from growing the spiky blue agave plants to roasting the harvested bulbs in underground brick ovens. Consider yesteryears mezcal-making process as you watch a donkey pull a large wheel to smash the spiky-agave plant before distillation. Once you soak up how its made, taste a variety of award-winning mezcal. You can even buy some bottles to take home!

After an exciting day of ziplining and mezcal tasting, your guide returns you to your hotel in Mazatln.

Inclusions for Mazatlan Canopy Zipline Tour Plus Mezcal Tasting

  • Professional English- and Spanish-speaking guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Use of all necessary safety equipment
  • Bottled water
  • Fruit
  • Distillery tour with mezcal shots

Exclusions for Mazatlan Canopy Zipline Tour Plus Mezcal Tasting

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Lunch (available for purchase)

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Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Maximum weight supported is 125kgs (275lbs) 

Participants must be able to walk 15 minutes uphill and have the ability to climb a 5 metre (20 foot) ladder unassisted

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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  • The tour pick up and crew was great. about 50-60 minute ride from the cruise ship yard. This was my first time zip lining, and it wasn't too exciting for me, but everybody else was having a great time. In the tour description lunch was an optional purchase, however when we came back from the ziplineing they had lunch ready and included. Make your own salsa, smash the tomatoes with the chili, flamed cheese, big bowl of guacamole, and more was all good. The Mexcal tasing was very simple short tasting, but was good.

  • We had fun doing the ziplines, eating lunch and the Mezcal tasting. Our main issue is that we never received the pictures that were sold. They said they would email them to us since we were on a cruise ship and not at a local hotel which they normally deliver on a CD to local hotels later that day, but we have yet to receive them. We paid cash for them and the young lady had us write our email on a piece of paper. I specifically asked if she could read my handwriting and read it to her out loud. My husband emailed Viator within a few days and we've been going back and forth about it.

    The other thing worth noting for anyone interested in this tour and coming off of a ship is to get clarification on the time and place to meet at the port. The ship was scheduled to dock at 8 am CRUISE time, which was 9 am LOCAL time. For whatever reason, Carnival does NOT forward the time on the boat to local time which caused confusion. We found ourselves rushing off the boat just after 8 am as soon as they would let us off in fear we would miss the tour which told us to meet at 9 am local time. However, when we went to the meeting point, no one was there to meet us and the company listed for us to meet was unknown by all the other tour guides. We called the number provided and no one answered the phone. One of the other local tour guides who were nice enough to assist tried calling as well and still no answer. Finally, the tour guide took us back through the local market and helped us find the company located in totally different location than where instructed.

    We enjoyed this tour but based on these issues, I can't give it five stars.

  • Had a great time. Guides were very friendly. Only problem was contacting them to obtain the time for pickup at our hotel.

  • This was the best zipline tour I've ever done. We were picked up by a taxi and taken all the way up to a little pueblo in the mountains for this experience.Then they drove us in a little wagon to the top of the mountain and there were SO many different lines taking us all the way back down. No climbing towers as I've had to do in other experiences. Our guides were so patient and helpful. The food for lunch was fantastic! And I really enjoyed the Mezcal. I loved the plain and the different flavors. It goes down so smoothly, not like tequila in the US that burns on the way down. I wish I could have bought a bigger bottle, but it's pretty heavy to put in your suitcase.The sleepy little pueblo was very charming. A couple of things to keep in mind: 1. It takes 45 mins to get there from Mazatlan. 2. You will get grease on your clothes from the ziplines. I'm sad one of my favorite shirts is ruined. 3. I was picked up from a cruise and it was quite confusing about where we were to meet our driver. On a positive note, I called the number provided and the company was VERY helpful both times I called. Also, it was a lot of fun, but I went in the dry season. The trees were all barren, not lush like the pictures. Nothing the company can do about that, but it wasn't the scenery I had imagined. Overall I highly recommend this tour.

  • The ziplining was great! It was my first time and they were very helpful. We got to be on the lines several times, maybe close to 10, I lost count! There were no towers to climb, just simple trail hiking between lines. DO wear old clothes you don't mind getting dirty because some of the tar/oil they used to keep the lines maintained got on peoples clothes and doesn't come out. Lunch was wonderful and very authentic. The base camp for the tour was in a little pueblo and I felt like we got away from the tourist attractions to really SEE Mexico. The Mezcal tasting was simple, but good. I would definitely do it again!!

  • A must do tour. Liz and her team were great guides, extremely careful and were always concerned with our safety. The fun lasted much longer than I thought it would. We would encourage anyone of any age to take this tour.

  • Firstly, just getting confirmation that we would be picked up at the cruise terminal took 3 emails and 3 phone calls. The confirmation sheet said this tour was being run by Nexus. A lot of unknowing and then where we were met at the terminal was another tour company name. In the end, I couldn't tell you which company ran this tour. We were driven out to a village about 45 minutes away. It was a cute village. The ziplining was just ok. The guides just ok, not much personality. The valley we crisscrossed wasn't especially pretty. The equipment was dubious. But I had recently ziplined in Roatan which was stupendous, lucious, overlooking the ocean and the guides were tons of fun and the equipment top notch.
    The tequila factory was in this same village square. Doubtful it was factory. Seemed to be a sales outlet. The tasting was walk in, taste 3 tequilas and buy or not.
    The best part of the tour was the food. It was authentic Mexican fare and truly memorable.
    I wouldn't recommend this tour.

  • My wife, Denise, and I had tried ziplining previously and had a blast doing so. We were definitely looking forward to this one as well. What made this one better than the rest was the number and length of the rides, which exceeded past experiences by a long shot. It did take a long time to get out to the ziplines, but that's because there are not a lot of hills around Mazatlan suitable for ziplining. A few pregnant volcanoes, yes, but not a lot of hills. The staff were respectful, friendly, accommodating, and sharp. After the rides, we were treated to a tasteful lunch. The delightful weather and the thrills made for a wonderful day.

  • Our family of 6 adults did this tour. The ziplining was fun and the guides were very good, funny and entertaining, and we felt safe at all times. The ziplining was not as extreme as some other ones I have done, so I would rate the thrill factor as medium. It certainly met our expectations. I would say that the tequila tasting and tour afterwards was average, just a brief explanation of the process of making tequila, viewing a few small buildings, and then 2 shots at the bar one of tequila, one of the lower alcohol liqueur. There were 5 products but to taste more was extra, and to taste the best quality tequila was 2.00US per shot extra. For the cost, I would have liked to have been offered tastings of all of the products. I would certainly do this once, but wouldn't do it every year. I will add that the tour was very accommodating in postponing the date of our tour with very little notice due to an illness in our group, and I really appreciated that.

  • The zip line was fun, but we were switched to another zip line company than the one we thought we booked with. My advise, don't book via Viator. The activity is a lot of fun and worth it, but our experience with this booking was a bit of a mess.

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