Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Ana Rodríguez Carrington
The Volcan de Fuego is one of the most active present-day volcanoes and is located between Guadalajara and Colima. Make the ascent to this great hot colossus to perceive its might.
Experience the state’s varying climates along the forty-minute journey, from the heat of very early hours to the cold of the forest and the mountains.
Practice the extreme sports that the region has to offer. There are many options, such as the air path, the canopy flight over the tree tops and horseback hiking. Contact a specialized guide for a walking tour, where you’ll climb 12,600 feet above sea level. Be amazed at the view of the crater as you feel your feet on the volcanic sands.
Enjoy the camp area with tables and chairs, as well as some places where you can eat your lunch and chat with other travelers while sharing your impressions of this unforgettable experience.
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