Mangroves in Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco
The colonial destination of El Fuerte was founded on the banks of the Rio Grande, which is rises in the Sierra Tarahumara and travels until it reaches the Pacific. This river is the third longest one in the country, and crossing it can be an adventure.
CHECK OUT EL CERRO DE LA MÁSCARA
Several miles from the village, you can cross the river and reach the Cerro de la Mascara, an archaeological site with about 300 petroglyphs-symbolic designs engraved on rocks. This place was a ceremonial center for the ancient settlers , in which you can still admire its magic.
GO HUNTING AND SPORT FISHING
You can also enjoy activities such as hunting and sport fishing, since there are two large dams in the area, the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla and the Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez. They guard the river's water jealously. You can find black bass and other regional species, which can turn your tour into a different experience.
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