Sonora

TIBURON ISLAND Majestic island which belongs to the highly spiritual Seri tribe, was listed as aconservation natural area under the protection of the state government. As human settlements have been prohibited, it represents a heaven for exotic flora and fauna, such as the wild or white-tail lamb, which exist in this sanctuary of nature at no risk. It ispossible to visit the island provided a permit from state authorities, and so responsibly enjoy this unique environment or even practice some diving, snorkeling and fishing. EL PINICATE BIOSPHERE RESERVE Volcanic and desert region wi

Sonora History

Located in northwest Mexico, Sonora is a state with a strong Apache indigenous t...

Sonora Culture

Despite the low number of natives still living in the state of Sonora, many of t...

Sonora Travel

TIBURON ISLAND Majestic island which belongs to the highly spiritual Seri tri...

Sonora Map
Sonora Economy

The state of Sonora currently enjoys a high degree of competitiveness, as it off...

Sonora Geography

Located up in northwest Mexico, the state of Sonora extends throughout an impres...

Sonora Politics

Sonora spans over four physiographic provinces: Sierra Madre Occidental, Sierras...

Sonora Government

Lic. Guillermo Padres Elías, Constitutional Governor of the State of Sonora and...

Sonora Demography

With a population density of only 12 inhabitants per sq. kilometer, the state is...

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