After establishing our relief fund for Lalo, Moni and Miguel, who lost their houses during hurricane Odile, we received generous donations from many people who wished to help. Up to date we received an amount that would translate into about $30,000 pesos in total. We went shopping for the materials needed to rebuild their homes, join us in this exiting journey.


To honour all who donated to our cause, our Wild Canyon Heroes, we built this totem with their names. This totem was built with debris recovered from the destroyed buildings at the park during the hurricane.


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The longest hanging bridge of its kind in the world! Los Cabos Canyon Bridge Opening Review


On Monday March 31st we made the official opening ceremony for Los Cabos Canyon Bridge, the longest wooden hanging bridge in North America and longest bridge of its kind in the world. Our new attraction allows tourists and locals to cross over the El Tule Canyon by foot or on an ATV.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was led by Mayor Jose Antonio Agúndez, the Secretary of Tourism Ruben Riachi, the Director of Tourism Trust of Los Cabos Eduardo Segura, our CEO and Owner León Robles and Wild Canyon’s Chief Financial Officer Cristina Ortiz.

Among the guests at the event were concierges, travel agents, incentive houses and other agencies that make possible the spread of this touristic destination. This pleasant evening started with the sunset and guests participating in zip-lines, bungee jumping and other activities while enjoying the big surprise of getting to know the newest bar of this spectacular park.

The bridge, 330 meters long, 2 meters wide, 50 meters above the ground at its lowest point and 100 meters at its highest point, is not only a symbol of Los Cabos and Baja California but also you can definitely call it an engineering wonder. You can learn more interesting facts of Los Cabos Canyon Bridge construction in its website section to become our next Wild Canyon Ambassador!