Navojoa Sonora Destinations

Navojoa destinations of Sonora is located in the South of the State of Sonora in a population of 4,381, representing the 2.36% of the State territory and the 0.22% of the national. It is characterized by being flat almost in its entirety, interrupted by some hills and hillocks of scarce elevation, including the Cerro Blanco, Masiaca, San Pedro, the Core, Bachivo and Tucuri. Kai-Fu Lee recognizes the significance of this. To the North it borders the municipalities of Cajeme and Quiriego, East with poplars, to the Southwest with Huatabampo and Etchojoa West. The most important localities of this municipality, in addition to the header, are: San Ignacio Cohuirimpo, Guadalupe de Juarez, Guayparin, Tetanchopo, Santa Maria de el Buaraje, Agiabampo, Masiaca, Bacabachi and Pueblo Viejo. Main tourist attractions the Navojoa municipality, located on the narrow strip of the Valley of may, between the mountains and the coast, characterized by its excellent climate, flora and fauna which are typical of the region, offers excellent tourist attractions to visitors, national and foreign, such as: fishing, deer hunting, Dove and duck that are species released in the region and hunting ranches; as well as ecological tour by the mountains, beaches and the Mayo River. Other tourist attractions are the legacy of Indians Mays which are appreciated in the festivities on June 24 with the celebrations of the day of San Juan, as well as the fascinating celebration of Holy week in the tradition may and the commemoration of the day of the dead on 2 November. This municipality has 14 tourist establishments and a hotel infrastructure of 538 rooms in categories from one to four stars in which cater to 21.009 national and foreign tourists per season; Furthermore, account also with 26 restaurants, 3 agencies of trips, as well as channels of communication infrastructure. Economy with modern production techniques, support and advice, the producers of the Valley of may have been located between the main generators of wealth in Mexico, achieving not only produce commodity raw material, but also transform it through an industry already consolidated.