There's much to explore here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about SONORA. Download the FREE GrinGO App to GO Explore further and we hope you enjoy the visit. Buen Viaje!
Magical Towns defined by natural beauty, cultural richness, traditions, folklore, historical relevance, cuisine, and arts crafts. Visit Los Alamos for a taste of Bacanora or the lush green desert hills of Magdalena de Kino
Once Called "The Aquarium of the World " by French Explorer Jacques Cousteau, SEA for yourself as you navigate these rich blue waters from Puerto Peñasco down to beautiful San Carlos, a Top Coast by National Geographic
Visit El Pinacate, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, located along the Gran Altar Desert where marvelous sand dunes pave the way for ATV or 4x4 Off-Roading adventures and world-class sandboarding
Puerto Peñasco , also know as Rocky Point is a popular destination for beach-goers trying to escape the dry deserts of Arizona. Over 2 million tourists visit Puerto Penasco each year to enjoy the sun, sand, & sea. Pinacate, named a UNESCO world heritage site, fills the desert skyline to the North. Sandy Beach is an officially certified CLEAN Beach.
Each year in January Puerto Penasco becomes home to various species of whales. Nearby Bird Island is home to dozens of playful sea lions. The Sea of Cortez is home to hundreds of species of sea life.
Hang 10 in Sonora comes with grain of sand. Sonora's Altar Desert sand dunes are where it's becoming the new Surfer's Paradise through the heated adrenaline rush of sandboarding..
What's the BEEF?.... The fight has always been Sonora vs Argentina. One of the world's most flavorful meats was also featured on Netflix's Taco Chronicles episode ASADA.
Your road trip through Sonora has a new "fill up" option with rich Oaxacan flavor
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There is a high level of speeding violations being reported from US tourists driving through the town of Sonoyta. Please observe stop signs & the 40km (25mph) speed limit at all times as you will be pulled over for going 1mph over the limit. A dash cam or cell phone video serves as great evidence if you suspect you were targeted unlawfully. Avoid paying bribes.
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