Mexico: Bunji Jumping

A land of contrasts straddling temperate and tropical zones

The city of Acapulco is  famous for bunji jumping in Mexico. Bunji Jumping in Mexico takes place at the Condesa beach and the jumps is a 50 metre high jump. The highest bunji jumping site in Mexico is Cola de Caballo which is a 220 feet high and one of the main tourist attractions of the Santiago sierra. It is a half an hour drive from Monterrey. Pacific Bunji in Puerto Vallerta is another popular bunji jumping site in Mexico. The bungee jump platform is located on a cliff high above the ocean, which challenges you to jump from 40 meters of height with your body merely held by a couple harnesses and cords. A great sport for that adrenalin rush!