Look! Up in the Sky!
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no…it’s a crane!?!
In a nutshell: Dinner in the Sky, a Belgian based company, was given the okay to move forward with their foodie experience in Cancun’s Hotel Zone. This attraction will accommodate 22 guests (and waiters) who will be suspended about 45-meters in the air with 360-degree views. A location hasn’t been confirmed yet, however, it may be next to the wheel in Plaza La Isla or at the scenic tower of Grupo Experiencias Xcaret located next to Calinda Bridge. No word on anticipated open date at this time.
The project will be at a cost of about 4M pesos (roughly $210k USD) and is said to include bathrooms (I knew you were thinking about that!), parking and a warehouse.
A few other notes:
Seats have a safety harness (you were probably wondering about that….).
Gourmet dining and drinks.
No age limit, but there is a minimum height requirement of 59 inches.
Stunning views are pretty much guaranteed (the best part!).
Donna Adinolfi is a wellness travel expert and solopreneur committed to promoting and writing about wellness, travel and spa. She is the founder/publisher of MindfulAdventures.com and previously served as Travel & Spa Editor of Balance Magazine. Her 30+ year career in travel also includes wellness travel planning & retreats and freelance writing/photography. She is based in Michigan and loves cross country road trips.
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