Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
The Rio del Milagro River runs water throughout the year, even in times of drought, which is why the old settlers named it that way.
BATH IN MOUNTAIN RUNNING WATER
Sink your feet in the cool waters and walk along the earth paths to find and collect each waterfall, spring and stream that make up the river: Los Otates, El Pescado, El Salto, La Sabanilla, Las Animas, Las Peteras, La Peña Sentada and Gordolobos.
Show your children your fishing skills, which is one of the main attractions of the place, and discover the different species of fish that share the riverbed.
At noon or in the afternoon attend to one of the kitchens that this place offers outdoors, in the riverside. Roast your fish to the embers, accompany it with salad and fresh water to make the meal perfect.
LET YOURSELF GO WHILE FLYING TREE ON TREE
If you prefer something more extreme, venture through the zip lines where you can feel the adrenaline between one tree and another, and the fresh air that overwhelmed your senses.
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