Enchanting Valle de Bravo Blends Colonial History with Exciting Activities

Valle de Bravo is a sleepy, colonial town located in the State of Mexico, settled on the shore of Lake Avandaro, approximately 97 miles southwest of Mexico City.

The town offers a relaxed atmosphere and a magnificent view of the lake where visitors can enjoy sailing, kayaking and skiing. It is the weekend destination hot spot for hundreds of tourists coming in from regions around the capital, Mexico City, and for those traveling from Mexico City to Valle de Bravo. For an unbeatable panoramic view of the town, try walking up either Monte Alto or Divisadero mountains, both of which also offer some of the best paragliding in Mexico.

Valle de Bravo weather is recognized as being a temperate, moist climate in a subtropical highland with relatively cool, dry winters and mild, wet, humid summers. The climate is prone to extended dry periods particularly in the winter. On average, the warmest months are April and May, while most rainfall is seen in June, July, August and September. The warmest month is May, while the coldest is January.

Just outside the small town, the surrounding forest is riddled with oak, pine, fir, cedar, cypress and other flora, characteristic of the temperate zone of central Mexico.

If you are looking for incredible adventure experiences, alongside one of the most exciting climates in Mexico, then Valle de Bravo might be the perfect fit for your getaway trip.

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