Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
The warm, clear mornings of the Bahía de Chamela are an ideal time to set out to the depths of the ocean.
EXPERIENCE A PARADISE OF THE LAND, AIR, AND SEA
Embark on course to the La Pajarera and La Cocina islands, which are wildlife paradises for diving lovers.
On the way to the islands, admire a long strip of islets and beaches in the bay. The birds flying overhead indicate the proximity of La Pajarera island, a sanctuary for the Bobo -the blue-footed booby bird- which is a bird similar to the seagull with blue feet. Hearing hundreds of them clamoring among boulders and shrubs is truly a spectacle.
DIVE AT LA COCINA ISLAND
Prepare your equipment and launch into the clear waters around La Cocina island. Check out the complex rock formations.
LISTEN TO THE CONCERT OF LIFE
Listen to the symphony of the waterfall as it crashes against the rocks, dragging stones into the depths. Hear the continuous ebb and flow of the sea currents in time with the sound of the air being released through the valve in your equipment.
See the astounding underwater garden. Fish of different sizes and colors will swim by, some closer than others, and their parade will form a visually stunning backdrop. Relax and let yourself be carried away by the gentle flow of life underwater.
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