Forest of the Spring (Bosque de la Primavera), Guadalajara
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  • The Rio Caliente is a beautiful and relaxing place to visit. All natural, clean, flowing hot spring river! You can pick whatever temperature you want by moving closer or farther from the boiling hot t...  more »
  • It is the last forest, or what remains of it, say that in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, another that is of the Colomos forest remain as 6 blocks nothing more, but well, well of the spring forest so that if it is very large and still use it for camping, biking, there are hot springs and therefore resorts and large places to walk and do picnic with the family , is not good or safe to delve much into the forest because followed people, a beautiful forest is lost
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  • Visit and breathe fresh air to a few minutes of the city is something that clears the brain of the bad times to you and makes you feel the tranquility, within the forest there are water parks that make fun time and family life, walks and ride a horse in nature, roast outdoors and at the end of the road (by the entrance of the road to Tepic) a river of hot water 100% natural made of the Spring forest a unique place in Guadalajara and don't forget to pick up your litter and turn well off your campfire!
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  • A disaster! No medical service. No fire department. Oh yes, those both exist if you want to wait 2 hours for them to arrive.
  • It is an incredible place to ride a bike
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