Where to go at Bahía de Kino
The Tourist Guide of Bahía de Kino
Kino is a fishing town located on the coast of Mar de Cortés and is an excellent option for lovers of diving and sport fishing. Currently the bay is frequented by foreigners since its tourist infrastructure includes apart from hotels, condominiums and parking for motor homes. In the middle of the bay is the Shark Island, recognized as the largest in Mexico and converted into an Ecological Reserve, do not forget to visit the San Nicolas Dunes.
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This small museum seeks to disseminate the history, political and social organization, history, demography, housing, clothing, housing, crafts, festivities and anything else related to the Seris, currently the least numerous indigenous group in Sonora. It displays nearly 500 pieces, including artifacts, crafts, ceremonial objects and photographs, some over 100 years old.
San Nicolas Dunes
San Nicolás is a beach that is located 37 km from Bahía de Kino. It has dunes up to 65 meters high, ideal for sandboarding; there are dunes of different sizes, for beginners and the most experienced. It is recommended to take a tour to the dunes with an expert company, Nauchi Sandboards are the best. The ideal season for the tour is from October to early May due to the high temperatures.