There are Cliff Divers in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico.
They don't actually dive from a cliff, but rather a platform that is about 50' above the water.
The height of the dives is not as high as the famous cliff divers dive from in Acapulco, but it is still pretty high, about 50', and dangerous. The divers must time the jump with the waves to ensure it is deep enough when they hit the water!
They dive every day of the week. Many city tours will bring people here to watch the cliff divers.
The Cliff Divers are located at 'El Clavadista' which is at a plaza along the Paseo Claussen portion of the Malecon.
This is a family-friendly free(by donation) attraction.
On Sundays and weekend evenings, there are lots of street vendors selling food and souvenirs in the plaza.
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 people watching.
Please donate what you can to keep this attraction alive!
You can spend as much time as you like watching the cliff divers, but reasonably expect to spend up to an hour at this attraction to watch a few cliff divers dive.
On Sundays and weekend evenings, there are a bunch of food and novelty vendors in the plaza where the divers dive.
There are many fabulous monuments such as the 'Continuation of Life' and 'Monument to Women' along this portion of the malecon. Additionally, there is the Devil's Cave, almost across the street from the cliff divers.
The plaza where the cliff divers dive is only a short walk to Olas Altas with it's many restaurants and bars.