Duration: 5 Hours – Private Tour
Base Price: $149USD (1-4 people)
Per Person Cost: $37.25USD (starting 5th person)
Highlights: 4 canyon views, Divisadero Adventure Park
Explore the overlooks of the Divisadero area in Mexico’s Copper Canyon, including the elusive Oteros Canyon overlook only possible to see with a private vehicle tour. Then stop at the Divisadero Adventure Park for an optional ride on the Cable Car, Zip Lines, or Via Ferrata. The Park also features a Eurobungy, minigolf for kids and a rock climbing wall.
All activities within the Divisadero Adventure Park are optional and you can ride them or not as you choose, paying direclty to the park for whatever you choose to enjoy. The restaurant in the Park has glass walls and a section of glass floor where you can see a part of the Via Ferrata below on the canyon wall.
- -Explore the main overlooks of the Copper Canyon in the Divisadero area
- -Admire views from Oteros Canyon, not seen by train passengers on the Chihuahua-Pacific Railway
- -Enjoy the beautiful scenery and canyon peek-a-boo views on the winding roads from Creel to Divisadero
- -Urique, Copper, Tararecua Canyons views are seen from this vantage point
- -Stop off at Divisadero Adventure Park to ride the Cable Car, Zip Lines, or Via Ferrata as optional activities
- -Round trip transfer to/from Divisadero to/from Creel included in tour – you can stay in Divisadero and catch the train from there if you prefer
Enjoy the rugged and remote scenery of the Divisadero area in Mexico’s Copper Canyon on this 5-hour adventure tour. Located along the famous Chihuahua-Pacific Railway route, you will get to see many views not available to railway passengers.
Starting from The 3 Amigos office in Creel – or with a hotel pick-up if you prefer – you will drive for approximately 1-hour to the area known as Divisadero, a train stop on the Chepe train line. Here you will enjoy incredible views of the intersection of Urique, Copper, and Tararecua Canyons (this tour can also be done from a starting point in Divisadero with end back at your hotel in Divisadero or with end in Creel if you are heading that way).
There are many different overlooks in the area, which you will visit from some of the best angles possible. They include a walk across a swinging bridge above a small section of the canyon, which will delight as well as terrify. Another favorite is the amazing balancing rock known as “Piedra Volada.” You will also visit the remote Oteros Canyon overlook, just outside of Divisadero and enjoy walking along a nice, paved trail along the rim of the canyon.
After extraordinary canyon views, stop off at the Divisadero Adventure Park where you will have the chance to ride the new Cable Car into the canyon, try out the 7 zip lines, or if you are looking for extreme adventure, you can try out your skills on the Via Ferrata (means 'road of iron' and features rappeling, walking a wire, climbing the canyon wall, swinging bridges and more). The Adventure Park charges different admission prices for each activity, which are payable directly at the park depending on your own activity preferences.
Here is a listing of Park pricing for your convenience in planning your trip. All prices are paid directly to the park if you wish to enjoy that service:
Cable Car: RT $250 pesos
Zip Lines: (7 in total) $600 pesos
Via Ferrata: $450 pesos
Extreme Package: includes all 3 items above for $900 pesos
For lunch, you can either order a healthy Amigo 'Perfect Picnic' at your time of booking for an additional $16USD per person, complete with table, chairs and tablecloth, or you may prefer a more simple, but still wholesome lunch with our Box Lunch instead at $8USD per peron. You may also enjoy something made hot and fresh at the Divisadero Train Station, where locals cook up tasty, regional dishes for train passengers on the sidewalks. There is also a restaurant at the Adventure Park where you can order whatever you like off the menu and enjoy amazing canyon views through the glass walls. You may also simply prefer to wait until after the tour to have lunch.
Duration: 5 hours – Private
Start location: Creel, Chihuahua OR Divisadero, Chihuahua
End location: Creel, Chihuahua OR Divisadero, Chihuahua
• Clean, well maintained and private vehicle
• Professional, local, private guide
• Cold water
* 16% Mexican tax
• Any personal items
• Rides within the Divisadero Adventure Park (you can choose what you want to ride and pay for it directly to the park)
• Travel Insurance
• Entry fee into Divisadero Adventure Park . Please include this Add-On choice at time of booking if you'd like to include this.
• Wear comfortable walking shoes
• We recommend you bring a bottle of water
• Bring small change or small bills so you can purchase hand-made crafts and souvenirs from the Raramuri people.
• Please bring sunblock and a hat as you will be above 7,000 feet and one burns easily this high up
• Please note that this private tour has a Base Price of 1-4 people. If you do not have 4 people in your traveling party, you will simply pay the base rate that is listed on the overview tab.g.
• Please see our Cancelation Policy before booking.
The 3 Amigos recommends you buy Travel Insurance
The 3 Amigos does not include Travel Insurance on any of its day tours or renals and assumes no financial responsibility for personal injury, emergency evacuation or equipment that has been lost or damaged in anyway. However, we have partnered with WorldNomads.com, a Travel Insurance provider to keep you traveling safely. Click on one of the links below to go straight to the World Nomads website, or just look to your right in the sidebar to see where you can get an instant quote.
It is the full responisibility of the trip participant to purchase and provide his/her own trip insurance at a level that makes him/her feel comfortable. If you are concerned about having to cancel your tour, we strongly suggest you purchase trip cancelation insurance to cover your vacation investment.
WorldNomads.com travel insurance is designed for adventurous travellers, with cover for emergency overseas medical assistance and evacuation if you're in an accident or seriously injured while participating in a range of adventure sports and activities.
Exactly which adventures they will and won't cover varies, depending on your country of permanent residence. Check their A to Z guide to adventure, to make sure all of activities you're planning to do on your trip are covered.
Be aware, participation in any professional sports or any activity where you purposefully put your life at risk are generally excluded and, depending on your country of permanent residence, there may be restrictions or upgrades on coverage for certain activities.
Do read the fine print in the policy description of cover carefully, to make sure the travel insurance is right for you and you understand what you're covered for (and not). Contact WorldNomads.com if you have specific questions about their adventure sport coverage.