Tour Alamos leaving from Hermosillo

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We will visit the towns of the greenest region of Sonora, the Álamos Flora and Fauna Protection Area starting from Hermosillo to reach the Town of the Customs, this small community of mining origin within the Álamos Flora and Fauna Protection Area, what the views from each street and in the surroundings are quite impressive, we will cross the town to go to its handicraft market. Later we will leave for the magical town of Álamos, a town very close to the borders of Sonora with Sinaloa and Chihuahua, founded in 1865 due to its splendor in reference to mining, also called "The City of Portals", the architecture of Álamos is a fusion between the Spanish baroque style and the indigenous making us go back to the colonial past of the state of Sonora, where we will have time to arrive at the hotel in the magical town, we will visit the viewpoint and at nightfall there will be a night walk to make the Legends tour in the Alamos style.

During the second day there will be a visit to the Costumbrista museum which shows the Sonoran traditions and history, we will continue the journey starting from Álamos to Huatabampo. Its name means in the Mayo language "Willow in the water", before the indigenous Mayons lived until founded the town in 1614 with the passage of the Jesuit missionaries, food will be given in one of the May communities that still exist and then visit the town visiting the museum of Álvaro Obregón which was his home and show photographs, clothes he uses, documents and old newspapers related to Sonora and revolutionary Mexico, we will travel through the town of Huatabampo and finish with the transfer of Huatabampo to the city of Hermosillo.

NOTE: Wear comfortable clothes, sunscreen, hat or cap.

Includes: Land transportation, access to museums and cultural activities, 1 night of lodging, 1 meal. 

Does not include: No tip, nothing previously unspecified.


Duration: 2 Days, 1 Night.

Schedule: 07:00 hours

Minimum 4 pax.