Los Mochis Travel Guide

  • Monument at the entrance to town
    Monument at the entrance to town
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Los Mochis Things to Do

  • Museo Regional del Valle del Fuerte

    A small museum with photos and exhibits on the history of Sinaloa, pre-conquest, colonial and beyond. Also some interesting information on the two Americans who left large marks on the history of Los Mochis - one, a rubber baron; and the other a planned utopian community in Topolobampo. If you don't like the museum, cross the street and eat at KFC...

  • Parque Sinaloa ó Jardín Botánico Sinaloa

    Visit a chapter from Mexico's history when Porfirio Diaz encouraged foreign investment, and industrial barons like Benjamin Franklin Johnston accepted his invitation, came to Los Mochis and built a rubber empire (seriously.) Johnston also left behind an enormous garden, now in the midst of being rescued by enlightened locals.Ask for a guided tour...

  • Memorial Hill

    Theres a legend interesant about this hill, ask for it, besides it has in the top a sculpture dedicated to the virgin, who cares all the city.

  • Church- Sagrado corazón

    This is an important church in this city located in front of the plazuela, in the interior covered by wood.

  • Plazuela

    This plaza is located in fron of one of the mosty importan churches in the city, its a quiet place to bring your kids and have a walk.

  • Parque Sinaloa

    Big park with a lot of botanical species, the founder traveled arround the world collecting different species and then planted in this park.


Los Mochis Hotels

  • Best Western Los Mochis

    Av Alvaro Obregon No 691 Pte, LOS MOCHIS, SIN, 812

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Hotel Fenix

    365 Angel Flores Sur, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Hotel Plaza Inn

    In February 2008, on our way to Copper Canyon we stayed at the Plaza Hotel for two nights (one night...


Los Mochis Transportation

  • Baja Ferry

    Los Mochis is a transportation hub with ferry, train and bus connections (note: several bus stations at different locations in and just outside of town). If you are taking the Baja ferry to the mainland, you can either go directly to the port of Pichilingue (20 pesos and 20 min bus ride from the tourist bus terminal near the La Paz malecon) and get...

  • The ferry

    You can cross the Cortéz Sea (or California Gulf) to or from the California Peninsula by ferry at Topolobampo. Cost goes from about 20 dollars per passenger, one way. It takes about 6 - 9 hours to cross the sea, depending on the liner, but you won't get bored as there are restaurants, bars and cinemas on board! Or make new friends at sea, watch for...

  • be ready to take train in los mochis st....

    for all inquiries about train,read "intro".total lenght 655km39 bridges,86 tunnelsdon't forget to have a look on the travelogue...


Los Mochis Off The Beaten Path

  • See the ocean

    Take a bus from Los Mochis (a block down from the Red Cross) to Topolobampo (port) and/or Malviri (beaches). Either of these options gives you a chance to see the water and get out of the not-so-charming downtown area of Los Mochis.

  • Copper Canyon short-cut: El Fuerte

    If you are in Los Mochis waiting for the train to see the Copper Canyon, I suggest you take a bus (45 pesos, one-way, about 90 minutes) to the city/village of El Fuerte. This basically the first stop of the train and the section of the train ride between Los Mochis and El Fuerte is dull and slow. Why not spend the night in a small town, visit the...

  • el divisadero:stop there and enjoy the...

    stay one night at 2200m in one of the friendly inns...don't forget:only the train reach the village...you discover there a prodigious landscape on the "barranca del cobre" :a 50km lengthravine and hundreds of meters deep.digged by urique river...


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    enjoy nature from the window of the train:barrage lake "presa miguel hidalgo"READ PAGE INTRO,to see all you have to know about the train travelDON'T FORGET to have a look on the travelogue... the scenery between los mochis and el divisadero....

  • Visit the Memorial Hill,...

    Visit the Memorial Hill, Maviri Beach (enjoy the sarandeado fish), Sushiko (japanese food), Ingenio Azucarero, parque Sinaloa, Museo regional del Valle del Fuerte, country club (9 holes golf court), Plazuela 27 de septiembre. I think the maviri beach and the memorial hill.

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