This is an all-inclusive expedition once you land in Tampico, Mexico.
Hotels, Transportation, Meals, rappelling and Extraction equipment
(Excluding your personal rappelling harness)
A team member will pick you up from your afternoon arrival at the
airport. The first night all expedition members will stay in Tampico.
Day #1 we depart on a three-hour drive to Aquismon, and
the local third-world Hotel. The rest of the day will consist of
cave rappelling and motorized winch extraction training. The motorized
winch allows two people to be pulled up 1200 ft. and out of the
cave in about ten minutes.
Day #2 we will drive one hour to the castle of Sir. Edward
James, and spend the afternoon exploring the castle grounds. This
is a great day for unique photographic opportunities. Returning
back to the hotel that afternoon.
Day #3 we drive about 30 minutes to the waterfalls. After
an hour canoe paddle up the river for an afternoon of swimming in
the aqua green mineral hot springs, the group returns back to the
hotel that night.
Day #4 we depart very early in time to see the swallows
fly out of the cave. The rest of the day the team will continue
rappelling and exploring the cave. Returning back to the hotel before
Day #5 the team will return to the cave for a second day
of rappelling and cave exploring. This day the team will stay late
in the evening to see the swallows return after a day of feeding.
The group returns back to the hotel that night.
Day #6 the team departs that afternoon back to Tampico,
with a farewell dinner that night.
Day #7 an expedition team member will drive you to the airport
the next morning. This is where the team will end the expedition
and say it's good byes.
This expedition is designed for people who have an adventurous
heart and can assess their own risk. The hotels and food are authentic
and very rustic.
All team members will be asked to sign an assumption of risk agreement.
Cost: $2900 (international airfare not included).
For more information contact fill out our Interest
You can also E-Mail: Randy Pacheco
or Mark Lichtle.