Indulge in ocean-front dining, while divers take your breath away as they jump from cliffs into the open sea, at La Quebrada. Jumping from as high as 35 m (115 ft), divers plummet into water that is usually 4 meters (13 ft) deep. Cliff diving began here in 1930s when men would casually compete against each other to see who could dive from the highest point. It has remained a local tradition ever since, and was a favourite extreme sport of divers around the world during the 1970s. Work out when and for how long to visit La Quebrada and other Acapulco attractions using our handy Acapulco driving holiday planning website.
La Quebrada reviews
Good show. Just don’t forget sunscreen , hat and water to hydrate , no shade and Acapulco is very hot .
Nice place to visit during the day. Avoid at night. The guys parking your car overcharge you to pay on the street and they do not watch your car. You can watch divers without paying.
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