Sierra de Alamos-Rio Cuchujaqui

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In this Protected Natural Area of Flora and Fauna of almost 93,000 hectares,  you can practice Adventure activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking.

It is located in one of the municipalities with the greatest biodiversity in the State of Sonora, due to its unique natural characteristics and the mixture of plant communities such as the low deciduous forest, the Sinaloa thorn scrub, the pine, and oak forest, the area represents 3% of the floristic diversity of the Country with approximately 1200 species of plants.

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