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What a brilliant day we had, it is lots of fun only thing is wish they would go faster! Just be carefully of what colour you wear as you get stinking and soaking lol. Really enjoyed and views are amazing.
Open bus ride........up to 45 minutes through the city then the mountains
Bridge walk............There are Quad bikes,Steam lining or just to walk the bridge
We decide just to walk across then return.
WOW.......worth the trip to go there
The 5 mile hike into the mountains and across the Jorullo bridge is the best excursion. Rafael was our tour guide. He did an exceptional job. He was very information of the area. He took the time to even find us some fruit to snack...More
Beautiful hike through the jungle. RAFAEL was our guide and did a fantastic job. He checked often to see if we needed a break, was knowledgable and shared a lot of about the area/animals/plants/insects, shared about his own life, and was comfortable with English. Regarding...More
We arrived at the Canopy operated bridge complex hoping to walk across the bridge for 100 pesos each. We were nicely informed the price was $20.00 US per person. We were also advised that ATVs operated by Canopy had right of way. We were not...More
This bridge is less than 2 years old and has a great story.... built and maintained by the locals. Only access on the bridge is through Canopy Tours. Only about 15 minutes outside of Puerto Vallarta. Amazing engineering and great to see locals take pride...More
I have wanted to go here for 2 years. If you go with Canopy tours they will arrange everything. We have done zip lines and that was not of interest. We merely wanted to walk the bridge. You can get transportation with them for $10...More
Response from williamn262 | Reviewed this property |
About 30 to 40 minutes. But, you really can’t get on bridge without taking the tour. Sign up for tour and ride the tour truck from PV to bridge area.
Also, public bus doesn’t go all the way to the site. We took Uber.