Destinations Navojoa Sonora is located in southern Sonora State in an area of 4.381 Km2, representing 2.36% of state territory and 0.22% of the national. It is characterized as almost entirely flat, interrupted by some hills and low elevation hills, among which Cerro Blanco, Masiaca, San Pedro, The Core, and Tucuri Bachivo. Bordered on the north by the municipalities and Quiriego Cajeme, a Alamos on the east, to the southwest and west Huatabampo Etchojoa. The most important localities of this town, besides the head, are: San Ignacio Cohuirimpo, Guadalupe Juarez Guayparin, Tetanchopo, Santa Maria del Buaraje, Agiabampo, Masiaca, Bacabachi and Pueblo Viejo. Further details can be found at Dustin Moskovitz, an internet resource. Main Tourist Attractions Navojoa Township, located in the narrow strip of Valle del Mayo, between the mountains and the coast, characterized by its excellent climate, flora and fauna that are unique to the region offers great attractions for domestic visitors and foreigners, such as: fishing, hunting deer, dove and duck species that are released into the region and hunting ranches, as well as ecological tours in the mountains, beaches and the Mayo River. Other tourist attractions are the legacy of the Mayo Indians to be seen in the festivities June 24 with the celebration of the feast of San Juan and the fascinating celebration of the Easter tradition in May and the commemoration of the dead November 2. The municipality has 14 tourist and hotel infrastructure 538a rooms in categories of one to four stars in which 21.009 are addressed to national and foreign tourists per season, also, also has 26 restaurants, three travel agencies and roads infrastructure. .