The Six Best Extreme Tours in Latin America

Tourism is an activity that is changing with new trends. Young people integrate these changes according to their needs and lifestyle. One of the most popular with young people is adventure tourism.

The adrenaline rush has seen an increase in requests for these experiences. Here we share a list of the top six extreme tours to do in Mexico, Colombia and Peru.

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Paramotor flight over Lima

The landscapes of the Peruvian capital can be appreciated from the heights at sunset. This adventure tour begins with a meeting at the Costa Verde in the neighborhood of San Miguel, where the instructor will provide you with a series of recommendations and instructions before taking off.

The visitor will put on the safety equipment to board the Condor Xtreme tandem paramotor, which for fifteen minutes will allow you to fly over the bay of Lima and get to know from the heights the neighborhoods of San Miguel, Magdalena, San Isidro and Miraflores and fall in love with the landscapes.


Parachute allows visitors to enjoy a trip to the heights to observe Mexican beaches.

Parasailing on Mexican beaches

This activity, also known as Parachute, allows visitors to enjoy a trip to the heights to observe Mexican beaches. Tourists don a parachute powered by a speedboat. This way you want the scenery while feeling the warm, tropical ocean breeze.

This experience can be done in Los Cabos to fly over the Sea of ​​Cortez and contemplate the coast of Baja California, or you can opt for the beautiful turquoise waters of Cancun in the Nichupte lagoon or Isla Mujeres.


Bungee Jumping at Kawarau Bridge
Travelers will appreciate the magnificent views offered by the bridge.

Bungee jumping in Colombia

This jumping activity takes place in the central park of Suesca, in the Sesquilé-Suesca bridge, a municipality in the department of Cundinamarca in Colombia.

Travelers will enjoy the magnificent views offered by the bridge and receive a briefing on the main safety measures and the best jumping technique, then jump from 40 meters high and swing from side to side on the landscapes of Suesca .


Cuzco, Peru
The Chimayo district is perfect for pedaling in the air and descending 30 meters suspended on ropes.

Skybike in Cusco

Cuzco is not only a Peruvian department steeped in history, but it is also a good destination for adrenaline seekers. One of the adventure activities you can do in this place is air biking. The Chimayo district is perfect for pedaling in the air and descending 30 meters suspended on ropes.

The circuit begins by climbing metal steps until you reach 45 meters high to get on a skybike, a bicycle attached to a suspended cable that you will have to take to move from one end to the other. Then, they will abseil down the rocks of Cachimayo to end with a muscle relaxation exercise.


Puente de Dios, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, waterfalls
Rafting in Mexico allows tourists to cross waterfalls and rapids.

Rafting in Mexico

This sport consists of sliding against the current in rivers on rafts or kayaks to live an experience full of adrenaline, contact with nature, and intense emotions. The rainy season is perfect to enjoy this activity, and it can be done in any river.

Among the circuits that stand out the most is the Pescados River in Veracruz, thanks to its fresh waters with difficulty levels III and IV. In this river, tourists will enjoy crossing waterfalls and rapids like the Bruja Blanca or La Cueva. Another scenario for rafting is the Lacanjá River, located in Chiapas, where visitors will paddle through the thick vegetation of the Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve.


Travel to Colombia
Hikers arrive at Hoyo de la Romera, a 40-meter-deep cavity through which they will have to abseil and then embark on a caving route.

Climbing, caving and abseiling in Colombia

This experience begins in Colombia’s historic heritage site, Villa de Leyva. Hikers arrive at Hoyo de la Romera, a 40-meter-deep cavity through which they will have to abseil and then embark on a caving route that will last about 40 minutes. During the visit, you will observe curious stalactite and stalagmite formations and learn about the legend of the Hoyo de las Infieles and the indigenous tribes.

At the end of the tour, tourists have to climb a rock wall to reach solid ground, put on the ropes and for 25 minutes they will climb up the steep place. Strength, concentration and balance are the necessary ingredients to overcome this activity which lasts about six hours.

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