Sonora offers you a trip through landscapes ranging from thick forests to arid deserts. It is a coastal state, offering beaches which are perfect destinations for adventure tourism. Sonora is also home to mountain ranges, inviting those who like adventure to explore all it has to offer.
In Sonora you will be free to explore its famous desert, almost like a lunar landscape Remember, this is the second biggest state in the country. a good tip is to hike established trails, bring appropriate clothing and lots of water. The south of Sonora is also a great place for adventure: San Carlos and its beautiful surroundings, alongside the Sea of Cortés, will blow your mind.
Wejoytrip recommends visit Guaymas and its impressive Pintada Canyon, where the tribe of Seri left the land full of history and culture in its cave paintings. You can explore these on foot, or by renting mountain bikes. Add to your list the Pico Guacamayas Hill, the Sierra Los Ajos, and the Sierra Libre. Pinacate Biosphere Reserve.
Located in the northern part of the state, is the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve, taking its name from the beetle that inhabits it. Explore its massive desert of over 700,000 hectares, where you can hike its ancient landscapes and feel like you are travelling through time.
Pay a visit to El Soldado, with almost 7.6 kilometers (4.7 miles) of trails, running through hills, valleys, and ravines. Or you can visit El Potrero, with trails running through desert, mountains, and oases, at almost 8 km (5 miles).
If this is simply not enough adventure, do the El Tremo Challenge. This is an epic trek done over the course of two days, where you can make stops in the towns of Seguro, Rancho Viejo, Pueblo de Álamos, and Santa Rosalía de Ures. You will also be able to spend a night in the glorious Sierra de Mazatlán, with abundant lakes surrounded by oak trees. In the end you will have covered almost 220 km (136 miles).
Sonora is home to a deeply rooted culture of hunting. There are around 300 ranches with mule deer, bighorn sheep, and white-tailed deer, all coveted trophies for serious hunters. On a smaller scale Sonora has swampier land, ideal for migratory and native animals, like ducks, swans, pigeons, quails, wild turkeys, and many more.
Things to see and do Snorkeling and scuba diving, hunting, hiking, bicycling, golf, RV parks, fishing.
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