Tourist Activities in Divisadero

Adventure Park

Since the construction of the Adventure Park, Divisadero has become even more attractive for the adventurer, as soon as you enter the park, you won’t know where to start.

What can you do at the Divisadero Adventure Park?

Here is a list of what you can do:

  • Third longest cable car in the world
  • Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily
  • Capacity: 30 to 35 passengers per cabin
  • Transfer time: 7 to 8 minutes
  • Departs every 30 minutes, wait 20 minutes to return
  • 7 zip lines
  • Via ferrata
  • Schedule: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily
  • Groups: 2-4 people
  • Duration: 1-3 hours
  • Zip rider
  • Aerial forest
  • Eurobungi
  • Golfito
  • Rappel
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain biking routes with trails for beginners, intermediate and advanced riders.
  • Hikes to archaeological sites
  • Hikes to communities

If you reserve your place today to tour Chihuahua in Barrancas del Cobre you will enjoy the park in an extreme way where fun, nature and culture of the region converge.

On this tour you will have from hiking to horseback riding and biking tours that will help you observe the wonders of the natural and cultural sights of Barrancas del Cobre. Divisadero Adventure park tour can be combined with the hike to the Cerro del Gallego viewpoint where you will also be able to appreciate the incredible mountains, rivers, flora and fauna.

Duration Depends on how many activities you want to do. We recommend taking at least two days and one night for the whole family to enjoy the different activities on offer.

Tip: Park admission $25 pesos plus the cost of each activity. Pay at the ticket booth in the park or online at: http://www.parquebarrancas.com/

 

Visit indigenous communities

Tarahumaras or Rarámuris live together with different original cultures in the northwestern highlands of Mexico. Discover their cultures, characteristics and clothing on this excursion.

Tarahumaras, the native communities of Mexico:

The Rarámuri or Tarahumara is the largest native community in this area of the sierra. These communities call themselves that way, which means runners on foot. Lately they have been given the name “light feet” since they have been discovered as excellent runners.

These communities inhabit the northern part of the Sierra Madre Occidental, in Chihuahua, sharing territory with other native groups. As this community is the most numerous, the sierra was given the name “Sierra Tarahumara”.

By doing this activity you will be able to observe and understand more about:

  • Their language:

The language of the Tarahumara is within the Yuto-Aztecan family, being a diversity of languages that inhabit northwestern Mexico.

  • Their health and well-being:

This population considers that the human being is dualistically composed between a body and one or more souls. The diseases that can be observed in the community can be treated at a domestic level among them, however, in these populations there is a Rarámuri doctor who is highly respected by all members of the group but also the others fear him for his use of power that can get to do much damage.

  • Their dwelling:

The Rarámuri live on ranches in a dwelling house that has a barn and a corral. At the same time, it is important to consider that these ranches are built of wood, adobe, pine logs or stone.

  • Their hobby:

The hobby enjoyed by these communities is handicrafts, mostly, in which they manufacture various objects that serve to meet the needs of each of the family members. Their main objective is to make handicrafts for self-consumption, but if there is an excess, it is marketed in Creel, Guacochi, or other regions.

You will be able to live with them, learn more about their culture, dances and traditions. There is also the opportunity to cook or make crafts directly with the women and children of the community. With prior reservation, you can have a wonderful “Rarámuri experience”!

Duration Approximately 1 hour plus 1 hour in the community

Tip: Ask when you reserve.

 

Hike through the Canyons

It is advisable to Copper Canyon Trekking with a local guide, to practice hiking and learn more about the region.

Copper Canyon trekking:

In this hike you will get to know more than what you can see from the viewpoint, you will learn more about the life and traditions of the Rarámuri.

This tour is designed for people who have an optimal physical condition because it has a prolonged duration of walking.

The Rarámuri:

The Rarámuri, are local inhabitants, who have a religious belief with practices outside of the churches.

It is said that the Rarámuri have appropriated some traditions and beliefs that they have learned from the Jesuits.

In addition, they perform mystical-religious celebrations in which they dance and make offerings with a typical and characteristic accompaniment of these traditions, called the tesgüino.

If you are interested in learning even more about the culture of some of Mexico’s towns, we recommend that you reserve your place today to venture into the traditions and practices that take place in Barrancas del Cobre.

You can combine this activity with others that are within the Copper Canyon, such as the Cerro del Gallego Viewpoint, Huicochi Waterfall and many more.

Enjoy the diverse activities that you can do in Barrancas del Cobre, from hiking to tasting aged wines.

Duration Approximately 1 hour (we recommend telling your local guide your level of difficulty)

Tip: Reserve at your hotel or with a local guide. We recommend agreeing on the price in advance. Don’t forget to tip your guide!

 

Canyon helicopter tour

There is nothing more spectacular than Flight of the Colibri in a helicopter. Experience the Flight of the Hummingbird experience to enjoy the natural beauty that the Copper Canyon offers.

Spectacular natural beauty:

In Mexico there is a diversity of spectacular scenery with nature, flora and fauna, especially in the Copper Canyon, in the state of Chihuahua.

The Colibri flight invites you to experience an aerial tour to observe the landscapes that the northern part of Mexico has to offer. Flying via helicopter over the canyons is incredible.

An aerial tour:

The tour starts with a helicopter take-off at the Mansion Hotel in Tarahumara traveling 20 to 25 kilometers over the 2 main canyons of Chihuahua: Urique and Cobre.

Similar to the Adventure Park, the Flight of the Colibri offers an excursion in Mexico for tourists who do not have to be athletes or have an optimal physical condition to enjoy it.

How to enjoy the Flight of the Hummingbird?

In order to effectively enjoy the excursion we recommend you to bring:

  • Comfortable clothes.
  • Cap or hat to prevent the sun’s rays from obstructing the appreciated view.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sun block.
  • Warm clothes.
  • Camera to be able to record all the beautiful landscapes that you will long for later.

Duration Approximately 20 minutes.

Tip: Reservations must be made in advance, consult your travel agent.