Where to Go / What to Do in Los Mochis

BAY OF TOPOLOBAMPO Only 26 km southeast of the city of Los Mochis, the bay of Topolobampo offers you an opportunity to practive fun aquatic sports such as sailing, water ski and jet ski. You can also enjoy a nice boat ride admiring the colony of sealions that live there. VALLE DEL FUERTE REGIONAL MUSEUM The most fertile valleys of the world are found in Sinaloa, in the surrounding areas of Los Mochis. These valleys are the Valle Del Carrizo, and Valle Del Fuerte. The Regional Museum, sheltered in the old house of Dr. Chapman, displays the history of the now modern city and a the commercial corredor of Topolobampo-Los Mochis. FISHING National and foreign tourist come to Los Mochis during the fishing season to obtain lobina, mojarra, pargo and jabia, among others.

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