At the hotel we have hot tubsspa y temazcal: see more information here
Places to go
Valle de Bravo is a lovely colonial town that has been nicknamed “The Magic Town” thanks to its natural beauty and splendid architecture. The town’s fusion of abundant nature and colonial details has made it a cultural hotspot with a wide selection of exciting activities.
We recommend visiting local attractions like the Mercado de Artesanías (Artesanal Market), Maranatha (Spiritual Center for Barefoot Carmelites), Iglesia de Santa María del Cristo Negro (Temple of Saint Mary of Ahuacatlan, featuring the Black Christ), el Santuario de la Mariposa Monarca (Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary), La Peña (The Crag), and La Cascada Velo de Novia (Bridal Veil Cascade).
Additionally, Valle has many prestigious restaurants that offer a variety of gastronomic delights, which include Mexican fare as well as International cuisines.
On the lake, you can enjoy a variety of watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, fishing, rowing, and jet skiing.
The mountain and its forest offer you the chance to try motocross, paragliding, go-karts, gotcha, golf, and countless other activities.
With respect to nightlife, there are plenty of places to go for a fun night on the town. There is also the option of taking an evening ride on the lake in a sailboat with live music.
Hourse Back Riding
Ride a horse and explore the forest. We guarantee that we have the best horses in Valle de Bravo (mainly Aztecs and Quarter Horses). Our guides know all the trails perfectly and will ensure that you fully enjoy your riding experience. We offer a variety of riding excursions, some of which can last up to 3 hours (this is up to the rider). All rides take place on various trails near Tilostoc River, Valle de Bravo. No prior riding experience is necessary to take part in the activity, but, if you are a seasoned rider, you may take advantage of our gallop area for a greater level of adventure.
Price: $650 MXN per person (minimum 2 people)
Includes: All our horseback rides include beverages, snacks, and the assistance of 1 or 2 experienced guides.
What to bring: We recommend that you wear comfortable clothing, sneakers or boots, and a hat.
Put on a pair of skis, slalom or get on a wakeboard and head to the lake for some of the most fun you can have on the water. If you are new to skiing, you can choose the package with classes; with this option, we will teach you how to ski and also give you tips that will turn you into a pro in no time. If you already know how to ski, we can take you out to the best parts of the lake so that you can perfect your skills and have a memorable day of fun.
Price: $700 MXN, with classes $999 MXN.
Includes: All equipment, skis, wakeboard, slalom, boat rental.
What to bring: Bathing suit, towel.
Restrictions: Maximum 5 people.
Hours: Daily from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm.
Cruise Valle de Bravo’s lake on board a sailboat powered by nothing more than the wind that blows through this magical place. We have three types of sailboats:
- Santana 25, a sailboat with great stability that is perfect for those looking to relax and take a ride around the lake.
- Laser, for those who like adventure and excitement (previous knowledge/experience is required to rent this sailboat)
- Flying Tern, a very stable sailboat.
Price (Santana): $ 1,099 MXN
Includes: Sailboat ride and refreshments
What to bring?: Sneakers
Restrictions: Maximum 8 people
Hours: Daily from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Hop on a kayak and experience a unique adventure on Valle de Bravo’s lake.
Price: $150 MXN per person.
Includes: All equipment for kayaking (kayak, paddles, life jackets).
What to bring: Bathing suit, towel.
Restrictions: Maximum 6 hours per person.
Hours: Daily from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.