Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
A body of water among mountains of oak and pine forests gives life to the Corrinchis Dam, with its two islands: El Conejo y El Beso. This dam offers an attractive experience for boat rides, fishing, sailing, water skiing or horseback riding on its shores.
BOARD LA CHULA
On the pier don Jesus, guide of the cooperative that operates the boat rides, board La Chula, a comfortable and flirtatious boat for the ride. In the curtain of the dam, a large concrete wall, you can hear the force with which it expels the water through its spillways so that the Mascota River continues its course.
LOVING CORNERS OF SWEET HONEY
The ducks and geese that take refuge on El Conejo Island will witness your steps, heading for El Beso Island, a corner of loving robin birds that disappear among shrubs and trees.
At the bottom of the dam you see a waterfall, a corner of calm waters where you can see dragonflies and hummingbirds filling your eyes with thousands of colors.
SATIATE YOURSELF WITH LOCAL DISHES
Listen to suggestions for dishes from Don Jesus’s mouth in the restaurant of the pier to begin return and taste a good bass fried with garlic and a cold beer to reduce the accumulated heat.
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