The State of Sonora is located in the northwest of the Mexico. It borders with the United States to the north, Sinaloa state to the south, Chihuahua state to the east and the Sea of Cortes (Gulf of California) to the west. Sonora is the second largest state in land-mass in Mexico with 184.934 square kilometers.
Thanks to its privileged location, Sonora is a unique and safe tourist destination, awaiting inquisitive visitors to discover its legendary cities, beautiful beaches and spectacular views of landscapes where ocean meets desert and mountain.
The diversity of ecosystems found in Sonora makes possible a great variety of recreational including fishing, mountain biking, scuba diving, ecotourism, camping, and hunting. The visitor will also find a great number of animal species in Sonora, both in land and in the ocean.
In addition to its natural richness, Sonora offers a great variety of regional food that manages to satisfy even the most demanding of palates; there are many ethnic groups settled in the state who to this day manifest their traditions through harmonic dance and other shows of culture.
The state offers its visitors all of the amenities available in the world's finest destinations. It has first class hotels, tourist assistance and a world-class communications and transportation system.