Valle de Bravo is Mexico’s most famous and most flown paragliding and hang-gliding site. Apart of being the top Mexican paragliding spot, it is also world famous for its conditions for flying. Valle de Bravo has almost perfect climate for getting a lot of flying hours and learn to fly and it is top destination when you are bored of winter and snow. In one week you can get 30 hours of flight time! Really worth visiting!
How to get to Valle de Bravo by bus
Get your flight directly to Mexico City. Try to get your flight planned to land during the day. If you need to stay a night in Mexico City don´t stay close to the bus station! It will be cheap, but too dangerous at night for a foreigner so staying close to the airport should be a little bit expensive, but much safer.
Bus is the cheapest ride to Valle de Bravo. The bus station name is "Observatorio" (Observatory). Take Taxi SEGURO or UBER to Observatorio from airport $200-300 Mexican pesos (around 15 euro) to catch the next bus going to Valle for $150 Mexican pesos (around 8 euro). Taking the subway from the Airport is not recommended.
Once at the Observatorio bus station you will find only one bus line you can use for the Valle trip, it's called the "Zinacatepec Y Ramales. You will find daily departures from 5:00 AM up to 5:00 PM, one every hour for Valle de Bravo. (For example, 5:15, 6:15, 7:15 and so on)
Be sure to buy and to ride the "Libramiento" bus route to Valle de Bravo.
So, the "Libramiento" bus departing from Observatorio is a non-stop ride, cheap enough, safe, you can make it on time and you might be on Valle early enough for your first flight there before calling it a day, just spend those $200 Pesos on the airport cab to the Observatorio bus station, be safe, be comfortable, be wise...!
Organized transports from the airport to Valle de Bravo