Aventuri Adventure Park in Cuenca Ecuador + Shopping at Mall Del Río (Episode 88)

Our friend Stephen is visiting us from Denver for a few days and he requested some adventure activities while he’s here. Our first stop was at the Aventuri Adventure Park in Cuenca Ecuador next to the white Turi Church.

In our next video, Stephen goes rock climbing in Azogues so be sure to check that out.

Aventuri Adventure Park Cuenca

The park costs $1 to enter and that comes with a few basic attractions plus beautiful views of Cuenca. Stephen did every available attraction and paid a total of $15 including the $1 entry fee. The sign below shows something that looks like bungee jumping, but that wasn’t available.

Aventuri Sign

Stephen is quite the daredevil..this bridge is very high off the ground. There is no way I would EVER do that!

Stephen Bridge

They also have 3 zip lines.

Stephen Zip Line

Aventuri is famous for this swing, and it didn’t disappoint. It provides amazing views of the city.

Stephen Swing City

Amelia preferred this more relaxing gratis (free) swing, although she hurt her tailbone getting into it; it’s still not healed from her fall a couple weeks ago.

Amelia Swing

Mall del Río Cuenca

After Stephen did all the rides at Aventuri, we walked down the hill to Mall del Río to find Stephen a nice shirt for Salsa Dancing. You can see him dancing in our last video, Dos Cumpleaños + Salsa en Cuenca.

Mall del Rio Cuenca

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