Sinaloa, located in northwestern Mexico, owns 650 kilometers of coastline, which allows it to offer vast experiences of sun and beach. Its main tourist centers are Mazatlán, Culiacán and Los Mochis. It has 4 Magical Towns: El Rosario, Cosalá, Mocorito and El Fuerte, it also has departures from the only tourist train in Mexico, the Chepe Express that goes to the majestic Copper Canyon.
Mazatlan is the colonial port with the most history on the Mexican Pacific coast. Culiacán, the capital of Sinaloa, crossed by three rivers, retains a nostalgic provincial air, although it has also enthusiastically welcomed modernity. Los Mochis has an enviable geographical location and prodigious agricultural valleys, a pleasant and modern city.