Its name is taken in honor of the Jesuit missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino, who visited this site in the 17th century. It was until 1930 that it was officially founded by fishermen. However, the indigenous people settled here much earlier, maintaining and sharing, to this day, their culture and traditions. It is one of the most beautiful and safest beaches in Sonora and even in Mexico; therefore, it allows a wide range of activities to be carried out. It is part of the municipality of Hermosillo.
El Tiburon Island
It is an ecological reserve where human settlements are not allowed. Visitaitions are only through a permit that is granted in Punta Chueca, by Seri authorities. It is the largest island in Mexico, with 1,200 km2.
Attractions: kayaks; songs, dances and Seri games; guided tours
Seri New Year
One of the most significant parties in Sonora is the Seri New Year, held every July 1st. The Comcáac nation itself organizes it. The celebration starts early in the morning with the traditional Danza del Venado.
Attractions: reed games, traditional songs, pintacaritas (Seri traditional make up)
It is the largest populous concentration of the Seri ethnic group. There live around 150 families, which gives a total of just over 700 inhabitants. It is a modest place, full of outdoor activities and hospitality.
Attractions: crafts, sanction rituals, temazcal
With an area of 6.5 hectares, it is the third inclusive water park in the country. People with disabilities and adults over 65 can enter for free. Open from Thursday to Sunday.
Attractions: large pools, wading pools, games, courts, palapas
January 75 – 48 °C
February 79 – 50 °C
March 81 – 52 °C
April 88 – 57 °C
May 93 – 63 °C
June 98 – 70 °C
July 100 – 75 °C
August 100 – 75 °C
September 98 – 73 °C
October 93 – 64 °C
November 84 – 55 °C
December 75 – 48 °C
February to July
Type of tourism:
Beach / Adventure / Ecological / Historical
Distance from Hermosillo:
67.4 mi (1.5 hours)