Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
In 1826, Sir William Hardy, a lieutenant of the English navy, sailed along the Colorado River when he found an affluent, later named Colorado Hardy. The Hardy River, the only navigable in Baja California, is the ideal place to carry out extreme sports in a beautiful ecosystem.
WATER SKI 26 KILOMETERS OF FUN AND ADRENALINE
Get on the boat, put on your vest and feel the sun on your body. Hold tight to the rope pulled by a power boat. Slowly steady yourself until the speed drives you to make playful maneuvers on one or two skis. Make figures and jump as the laughter of your companions encourage you to show off more and more.
FEEL THE SPEED WITHOUT LIMITS
Feel the speed and strength of the water by water skiing barefoot. When you feel that you are well balanced begin to play. Lean to the left, to the right, or twist and turn in the water and splash your companions. If you have to sit on the boat while another skies, photograph migratory birds and see other visitors passing by kayak, pedal boat or in the wooden boat for passengers known as La Bruja.
Wet and amused end your day in the restaurant or in some of the spaces for camping.
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