HERMOSILLO

 

The Capital of Sonora, in spite of being a small city, has so much to offer to the visitor who is looking for clear skies, history in the streets and nice people. It currently has important infrastructure for industrial and business tourism, but also has everything to meet the expectations of travelers in search of sun and beaches, since Kino Bay is really close. Those who want an original destination to celebrate the Bicentenario will also find Hermosillo to be a city full of stories.

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There are those who say that the Sonora Desert is different than the one in Baja California, and there are also those who would make one out of them, only divided by the sea. What nobody would object to is that it is a complex, extremely beautiful, and very vast desert. Hermosillo lies in the region of the Sonora Plains; it is the only place where the sahuaro survives naturally: the giant cactus of incredible longevity. Famous for having some of the warmest regions in the continent, this arid zone awaits us with all of its diversity around Hermosillo.

 

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States that make up

Michoacán

One of the most diverse states in the country, it is a place where indigenous traditions are conserved at the same time that it boasts a rich Spanish legacy. Its attractions range from the Colonial city of Morelia, a World Heritage site, to virgin beaches such as Maruata, Nexpa or Faro de Bucerías; and it also includes small traditional towns around the lake in Pátzcuaro and the monarch butterfly sanctuary. In Michoacán, people who changed the course of the country’s history were born, like leaders from the Independence José María Morelos and Josefa Ortíz de Domínguez, and former president Lázaro Cárdenas.

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Guerrero

Where to begin? There are beaches, naturally, led by the very famous Acapulco bay, but also Ixtapa with its fine sand or Playa Paraíso and its youthful ambiance. The center of the state was the birthplace of the father of the nation who gave it its name, Vicente Guerrero, and the state includes historical cities as well as nature. The mountainous region is where traditions and landscapes are best conserved: forests, valleys, ravines, waterfalls and rivers, and also rites and customs. It is a state rich in handcrafts where extreme sports can be practiced.

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