There are Cliff Divers in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. They dive from a platform every day for tourists. The height of the dives is not as high as the famous cliff divers dive from in Acapulco, but it is still pretty high and interesting to watch! This is a family-friendly attraction. Many city tours will bring people here to watch the cliff divers.
On Sundays, there are lots of street vendors selling food and novelties and there are more people around the area. Recently, the city has been cracking down on the street vendors so they may or may not be there now.
Cliff Divers in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico
The cliff divers don't have exact times, but generally they dive from noon-ish until sunset or later. It is busiest on Sundays.
The cliff divers perform for donations. They will perform their amazing dives then come up to collect donations from the tourists watching.
You should only expect to spend about an hour at this attraction to watch a few cliff divers dive. On Sundays, there are a bunch of food and novelty vendors around the area. Also, you may want to make this part of a walking tour. Nearby is the Devil's Cave. If you continue walking south, there are a number of monuments such as the Continuation of Life which are beautiful. This area is full of lovers strolling at night!
The cliff divers perform at a location called El Clavadista or Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada park as it is officially known. This is a area right on the malecon(seawall) between Los Pinos and Olas Altas. The street is Paseo Claussen. It is about 1+ km south of Los Pinos and .5+ km north of Olas Altas.
You can get to El Clavadista, where the cliff divers dive by taxi or by walking a short distance north from Olas Altas along the malecon (seawall).