First, you'll head to Valle de Bravo, a Magic Town on Lake Avándaro, west of Mexico City. The lake, surrounded by wooded mountains and is a center for water sports.
After enjoying the view from one of the most spectacular viewpoints in the area, you'll go to explore Valle de Bravo. Its historic center is famous for its cobblestone streets that line up with well-preserved colonial buildings, such as the 17th century Church of San Francisco de Asís. The setting here is reminiscent of the northern Italian lakes, with thickly wooded, mist-clad hills and red terracotta roofing used throughout the town.
Then, you'll take an ATV tour with a local guide to visit two beautiful waterfalls, 35m and 20m high. After an optional lunch in a local restaurant, you'll go for a private boat ride to do (or learn - a boat driver will instruct you how) waterskiing or wakeboarding (your choice). If you are not in the mood for water sports you can just relax in a swimming ring and enjoy the surrounding beauty.
After a full day of fun and sightseeing, you'll enjoy a relaxing drive back to Mexico City.