Fishing and Nature in Puebla - Ex-Hacienda de Chautla

Private The Chautla Hacienda was a formerly vast extension of farmland located in the San Martin Texmelucan Valley in the state of Puebla, northwest of the city of Puebla in Mexico. It was established in the 18th century, primarily producing grain. In the 19th century, it became the property of an Englishman by the name of Thomas Gillow. He passed the property to his son Eulogio Gillow, who became the first archbishop of Antequera (city of Oaxaca). Eulogio worked to modernize the hacienda, building the first hydroelectric dam in Latin America on the property. He also built the property’s signature building, an English style residence, locally called "El Castillo" (The Castle) which overlooks the dam. Today, a fraction of the hacienda remains, and it is run as a recreational and cultural center. You will spend the day having a picnic, walking around. As an option (no included), you can fish trout, ride a boat, visit the natural springs. If you like birds watching, this is the ideal place. Activities with extra cost: Fishing equipment, zip line, boats have extra cost. $ 10 USD Including fishing rod and permission. Trout kilogram cost $5 USD.

Recommendations: Bring sun block, jacket, comfortable shoes and a cap

Includes: Transportation from your hotel located in Puebla (check before location and availability), admissions mentioned, picnic (baguette, water, juice and a dessert).

Exclusions: Fishing, boat rides, extreme activities

Operation: 2,3,4,5,6,7

Duration: 06 hrs   

Special Conditions: Not operate on Good Friday, November 17-19