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From 18/01/2020 to 26/01/2020



Sunday 19th Mexico City – Morelia: 300+Kms.  The journey starts with a drive through the outskirts of one of the biggest cities on the planet followed by a climb into the mountains North of Mexico City.

Monday 20th Morelia – Chapala: 400 kms of bendy country roads through rural Mexico. Underlay, Underlay!

Tuesday 21st Chapala – Puerto Vallarta: 350 kms of tough mountain roads turning into a windy passage into the Mexican jungle.

Wednesday 22nd Puerto Vallarta – Manzanillo; 280 Kms of windy road alongside sandy beaches and the inviting Pacific Ocean.

Thursday 23rd Manzanillo – Zihuatanejo: 450 Kms of coastal road with mountainous sections to challenge your Mexican bangers.

Friday 24th Zihuatanejo – Acapulco: 250 kms of stunning road along the Pacific coast.

Saturday 25th Acapulco – Cuernavaca: 300 Kms Highway with stop in Cuernavaca, the lush capital of Mexico’s Morelos state.

Sunday 26th Cuernavaca – Mexico City 80kms Party time- grand dinner and awards ceremony

Monday 27th We leave you here. Stay for longer if you like, or drive home in your new car!


So far the Dumball has raised over £1,000,000 to support young people with cancer and other causes.  Will you join the class of 2020 in Mexico?

How much does it cost and how much do I need to raise?

For the whole package including your very own old Mexican banger!

(please note prices are in AMERICAN DOLLARS)

TEAM OF 2 $2250 per person ($4500 for the team)

TEAM OF 3 $1875pp ($5625)

TEAM OF 4 $1700 pp ($6800)

Vamos! Find out more and sign up here.

The minimum sponsorship target is £1000 

What does my ticket include?

  • 9 nights accomodation in 3-5 star hotels
  • A classic car complete with insurance
  • Breakfast and a few dinners
  • A Teenage Cancer Trust T Shirt
  • A chance to win a monkey carved out of a coconut!

Can I have a bit more information?

If you need to know more about dumball please check out the dumbology section on their website.

dumball 2020: Loco in Acapulco

Nicky, YouthSupportCoordinator

"Friends and family often say "I don’t know how you do your job" but the young people keep going everyday, and quite often with smile on their face, and that’s how I do my job." Meet Nicky ›