Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
Test all of your senses in this region of the Huasteca and enjoy the weather, characteristic of humid, tropical forests.
WALK THROUGH THE SCULPTURE GARDEN OF EDWARD JAMES
Stairways simulating bridges, labyrinth sidewalks, stone snakes and spherical constructions will spell you thanks to the magic of Edward James’ designs, who was an English traveler that lived in the region during the second half of the 20th Century.
Xilitla is a small town that remembers to old Buddhist temples, located in the heart of the forest and surrounded by rivers, pools, caves, waterfalls and mountain animals. Therefore, you will be able to find butterflies, toads, snails, opossums, raccoons and armadillos.
GO INSIDE THE BASEMENT OF THE HUAHUAS
It is an abyss that will leave you with your eyes wide open. It has 230 feet in diameter and is 1570 feet deep and has become a sanctuary for many birth species; inside is a huge opening of over 295 feet width and 260 feet long. It is the Basement of the Huahuas, term used to define the parrots. The sound of their singing is an experience that bounds you with nature like you have never done before.
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