BAHIA DE KINO 3
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A BEAUTIFUL REFUGE OF THE INDIGENOUS SERI PEOPLE

Located on the coast of the Gulf of California, in the center of the Sonora coastline, 107 kilometers away from Hermosillo, is Bahía de Kino, known as the "Pearl of the Gulf of California." It boasts an extensive beach with white sand and beautiful blue waters.

Kino Nuevo offers modern tourist infrastructure, including hotels, condos, RV parking, restaurants, and boats for all kinds of water sports.

The calm and pleasant water temperature allows for various beach activities and water sports such as swimming, sailing, water skiing, jet skiing, and boat rides.

Apart from its natural beauty, Bahía de Kino is home to the Seri people, with their ancestral culture and traditions reflected in their beautiful and diverse craftsmanship.

Throughout the year, several events take place in the area, such as the Chili Cook Off carnival in February, the Seri community's New Year celebration in July, a rich gastronomic showcase featuring top-notch dishes in October, and an important fishing tournament in November.

Bahía de Kino

What to See in Bahia de Kino

Tourist Attractions of Bahía de Kino

Alcatraz island

Located in the middle of the bay, just off the coast the Tiburón Island, recognized as the largest in Mexico and turned into an Ecological Reserve. These islands are home to bighorn sheep and mule deer, and visitors can enjoy guided tours with Seri guides, who have an in-depth knowledge of the islands' magical world.

Punta Chueca

This village is the largest settlement of the Seri population, who still keep their culture and traditions alive. Here, you can acquire beautiful and varied crafts. It's recommended to visit their museum, surrounded by an area where the region's flora and fauna have been preserved. Inside, there are photographs showing the Seri way of life, carvings in ironwood from different eras, and archaeological pieces.

Punta Chueca is the best place to appreciate the beauty of Isla Tiburón and is located just 52 km from Kino Bay. It is a place inhabited by the Seris, who live on the edge of the beach and offer their beautiful crafts. From here you can hire fishing and diving trips.

Punta Arenas

Located 71 km from Punta Chueca, this place boasts white, extensive beaches with tranquil waters. While it lacks hotel infrastructure, it's an excellent spot for camping.

What to Do in Bahia de Kino

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UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN BAHIA DE KINO

Explore Tiburón Island

Explore San Pedro Mártir Island

Enjoy the local cuisine

Explore the underwater world

Bahia de Kino is an excellent option for those who like diving, since the Sea of ​​Cortez is home to a great diversity of multicolored fish, thousands of small invertebrates, large crustaceans, manta rays, sponges and turtles; In the surroundings of the islands and rocks near the coast, during the dive you will be accompanied by curious sea lions.

Enjoy sport fishing

In the waters of Bahía de Kino you can fish for giant squid, stone kingfish, pin tail, white and black, maidenheads, horse mackerel, croaker, goldfish, skipjack and tuna.


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