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!

 

 

 

The Biological Diversity in Los Cabos

Talking about the sea and its wonders, Los Cabos is a synonym of biological diversity. The biological diversity in Los Cabos allows us to be amazed by the unique scenery from the union of two great seas; the vast Pacific Ocean and the peaceful Sea of Cortez. They join in one of the most famous rock formations in the world, El Arco. These seas provide us with a myriad of marine species. Some of them only come for a season, like the gray whale that visits us from December to May, or the black and blue marlin that comes only in autumn. Some of the species that can be found and make part of Los Cabos biological diversity all year round are tuna, striped marlin, seagulls and pelicans.

Not only because Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo are situated on the cost our biological diversity is so wide, we also are surrounded by a desert as big as the ocean. In it you will find cactus, damiana flowers and palms, roadrunners, hares, snakes and deer, yes! Deer! You can also find wild cats, foxes and many more animals. To complete this fantastic landscape, about 45 minutes from our dear Cabo, you can find a place called La Sierra de la Laguna where more wildlife completes this broad network ecosystems that surround us and make our eternal paradise.

We can’t say that our diversity is only in the wild, the origins of the people that lives in Los Cabos covers many countries from around the globe that just fell in love with the beauties of this place and they decided to settle here making a special magic that Los Cabos has to offer.

Wild Canyon is proud to be part of this wonderful place and be part of the reason the biological diversity in Los Cabos in such an attraction.