Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Poza Azul is a true oasis in the middle of the desert, with waters rich in a light blue mineral, featuring a range of Caribbean tones.
Witness how the water enters and exits through a series of underwater caves. The more than four hundred pools of crystal-clear water found amid the desert sands make a unique landscape.
Discover the protected zone, whose geological features favor an endemic makeup of unique species, and are the reason why it is forbidden to swim in its waters, for your own protection.
After visiting Poza Azul, head towards El Mojarral, named for the abundance of bream fish. Its emerald green color is home to more than sixty unique animal species found nowhere else in the world, and more than 800 species of endemic plants, all because this is a rare hydrological watershed with no runoffs.
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