Canadian and American tourists visit the Sinaloa Park


A group of 37 retirees and pensioners from the United States and Canada, residents of the shores of Lake Chapala, visit the destinations of the northern sinaloa

Canadian and American tourists visit the Sinaloa Park (ELDEBATE)

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- A group of 37 retired tourists and pensioners of American and Canadian nationality who live in Mexico during the winter, took the tour of the travel agency Charter Club to get to know Sinaloa Park, Topolobampo, El Fuerte and Las Barrancas of Copper.

They already have time living in Mexico, they are people who come during the winter and have their residences there on the shores of Lake Chapala, and when the winter ends they return to their places of origin, and now they have visited Sinaloas northern part “, reported Carlos Alfaro, coordinator of tourist groups of this travel agency.

He mentioned that Sinaloa Park and Topolobampo are the last destinations to visit after seven days of travel.

“This is our last day and we finish here in the city of Los Mochis with the Sinaloa Park and now we continue to the bay of Topolobampo,” he said.

He added that offering the destination of the north of the state has been a success, because tourists are fascinated with the route, especially with the Sinaloa Park, because in the case of this group of tourists, are people who like nature in all its glory.

“They are really enjoying the trip because everything that nature is fascinating, that’s why we brought them to see this part of Los Mochis,” he said. 

He said that as a travel agency they have already brought other groups twice, and since then they recommend these sites, which end up charming tourists. 

Engraved on trees

Tourists toured the entire Sinaloa Park and the botanical garden, as well as the xerophilous and French gardens, as well as the ruins of the history of the Casa Grande of the Johnston family and the turtle pond, but something that caught their attention were the different engravings on the trunks of the trees.   

Source: El Debate

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