A spectacular place where you can do different activities such as: hiking, canoeing, sailing, kite surfing, windsurfing, sport fishing, bird watching, landscaping, archery, paddle boarding, yoga and camping.

The Atotonilco lagoon has been protected by the RAMSAR association since March 18, 2016, identified as Wetlands of International Importance for the passage of migratory birds, since nearly 100 species have been found, it also supports threatened species of fish, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. of extinction or that need special protection.

It is located 40 km south west of the city of Guadalajara between the municipalities of Villa Corona and Zacoalco de Torres in the Central Region of the State. It has an approximate area of ​​2,850 hectares with a maximum width of 3.5 km and a minimum of 1.09 km and a maximum length of 10.5 km and a height of 1532 meters above sea level. The Tule vegetation (Typha) constitutes an important economic support for many families, since it is used to make handicrafts. It represents an important historical-cultural area since evidence of the establishment of pre-Hispanic civilizations and fossils of large mammals have been found. It has two islands, called Isla Chica and Isla Grande, with oval shapes of less than 1 km² each. Maximum depth of 2 m. The fauna of the lagoon is varied; It is common to see birds, mainly during winter, of the species Chen caerulescens and Plover Charadrius vociferus, as well as tortoises, white pelicans, badgers, skunks, hares, roadrunners, Canadian ducks, white herons, pink herons, hawks and eagles. .

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Carretera Villa Corona a Atotonilco el Bajo Km. 6
Villa Corona, Jalisco 45743 MÉXICO


+(52) 33-3147-2505

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