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In Ciudad Obregón, we are now waiting for you, visit us and enjoy the wonders that await you here. Think no more, come and discover Ciudad Obregón!

History comes to life in this corner of Sonora, as you walk through the streets of the city you will feel the essence of the Yaquis presence. You will even find the synthetic bronze statue — considered to be one of the tallest statues in Latin America — of the Yaqui Dancer, which represents the traditional Danza del Venado (Deer Dance). If you are interested in learning more about this ethnic group, you cannot miss, just 15 minutes from Ciudad Obregón, in the town of Cócorit, el Museo de los Yaquis (the Yaquis Museum), created with the intention of preserving the Yaqui culture, here you will learn about its history, culture and more.

Indio Galáctico

If museums are a must see, it is el Museo Sonora en la Revolución (MUSOR): (the Sonora Museum in the Revolution): there is an interactive tour where you will become part of the history of Mexico. A walk that the little ones will surely enjoy.

If outdoor experiences are your thing, you can be sure that Ciudad Obregón will not disappoint you: discover Laguna del Náinari. (Nainari Lake) Here you will spend a day full of fun with various activities, which you can enjoy with family, friends or your spouse. Remember to stay until the afternoon; the sunset reflected on the lake is spectacular.

Visit us with the peace of mind that your stay will be safe, since we have implemented the necessary health and safety protocols.

In Ciudad Obregón, we are now waiting for you!

Do you plan on arriving by plane?
The international airport of Ciudad Obregón is located 15 km southeast from downtown Ciudad Obregón.
Nearby airport:
- Los Mochis Airport
204 km
Are you traveling by car?
If after your visit you feel like a less urban landscape, visit Bahía San Carlos (San Carlos Bay) 127 km away: you will fall in love with its natural landscapes so much that you won’t want to leave.
Moreover, we recommend you take the Sonora River Route, which crosses the towns of Ures, Baviácora, Aconchi, San Felipe de Jesús, Huépac, Banámichi, Arizpe, Bacoachi and Cananea.
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