In Los Mochis you can enjoy a variety of tourist activities, both in the city and in the bay and beyond to the Gulf of California. The bay offers water activities and beautiful beaches. While in the vicinity of the city, there are bat caves and a famous botanical garden.
In addition, the Los Mochis train station is one of the headwaters of the Chepe Tourist Train, which connects with the Copper Canyon and countless other tourist, sightseeing, contemplation, adventure and cultural activities.
Los Mochis is a young city founded in 1903, which has grown to become the third largest city in the state of Sinaloa. Its importance lies in being the center of a rich agricultural area with important sugar cane crops in the valley of the Fuerte River. On the other hand, it is considered the gateway to the Copper Canyon.
The Ohuira Bay in the vicinity of Los Mochis, has its outlet to the sea guarded by the Topolobampo peninsula. Already on the Gulf of California are the island of El Marivi, with wide beaches. And out to sea, the unique Farallon, an imposing rocky massif that emerges from the sea up to 110 meters high.
Through the Ferri, from Los Mochis you can access the tourist activities in the area of Baja California Sur. From the city of La Paz, where the maritime transport connects, you can get to know the beauties of this enormous peninsula.
As mentioned before, this station is one of the stations that you can enjoy and get to know on your Sinaola Train trip that we offer at Chepe Express. Live one of the most impressive train experiences in the world!