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Puerto Peñasco’s resorts and beaches recognized worldwide

In this magical corner of the Sea of Cortez, in addition to finding yourself in a privileged spot given its beautiful beaches, sand dunes, and magnificent sunsets, you’ll also come across internationally recognized accommodation options. Just imagine, in Puerto Peñasco you’ll have the opportunity to select a hotel or resort …

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Everything you need to know about Bioluminescence

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about this amazing natural phenomenon, along with answers as shared by biologists from the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO) Is it possible to predict if this will happen again in coming days? This is not a …

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Everything you need to know about whale watching

– Whale watching, which is a natural privilege offered along Puerto Peñasco’s coasts, was recently authorized by the Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) under Official Mexican Law that establishes regulations for the practice of whale watching.  – Whale watching most commonly takes place at the beginning of …

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Christmas and New Year’s in Rocky Point!

Christmas is another very important day, reuniting families across the globe. The holiday spirit embraces the city with decorations and lights, Christmas trees, and Santa Claus.   The winter holidays are another great time to seize the moment and enjoy a quick getaway to Puerto Peñasco with friends and family. The …

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January Jam! Beachside winter music festival for the soul

From the creators of Circus Mexicus, Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers, January Jam is an 11-year-old music festival stretching over three days that brings together popular bands, friends, and fans from across Arizona, Texas, California, Illinois, Minnesota, and beyond! For 2020, January Jam is set for MLK Weekend, January 17th …

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Thanksgiving in Rocky Point 2019

One of the most important days to celebrate in the United States is Thanksgiving; a date that brings together family and friends in being grateful for what one has. This year, Thanksgiving will be celebrated on Thursday, November 28th.  In Puerto Peñasco, where many US ex-pats reside, and which receives …

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Day of the Dead in Puerto Peñasco!

The period between the end of October and beginning of November acquires a solemn yet festive mood, filled with aromas of marigold, incense, copal, candle wax, tasty dishes, candy skulls, chocolate, and “pan de muerto” filling the air. Families visit and decorate the resting places of loved ones; colorful perforated …

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Let the Sea of Cortez witness the happiest day of your life!

Saying “I do” to one’s beloved while seaside under an endless sky is a dream that more and more couples are seeing come true in Puerto Peñasco. Our coastal destination is a natural background to ensure dreams become reality, offering the beauty of our beaches, the best weather, and quality service. Beachside weddings, through special planning and surrounded by friends …

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How to celebrate U.S. holidays in Puerto Peñasco?

Even though we’re already in the ninth month of the year, there are still some American holidays left to celebrate. Many people take advantage of these long weekends to head out and celebrate in another city. Such is the case for Puerto Peñasco, which receives thousands of U.S. visitors looking …

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Top Ten Weekend activities in Rocky Point!

Top Ten Weekend activities in Rocky Point! Visiting Puerto Peñasco this weekend? Here are our recommendations on how to spend an incredible weekend along the best beaches northern Mexico has to offer! Visit the Schuk Toak Visitors Center of the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve. Get to know all the different species …

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La Roca Hotel: Iconic spot in Puerto Peñasco

Located in the heart of the port, with rooms that store many stories and legends of early 20th century gangsters, Hotel la Roca is the oldest place to stay in Puerto Peñasco. Built in 1927 by John Stone, today the main attraction of this site is that it was presumably …

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Mexican holiday weekends!

Along with well-deserved summer vacation, there are rest periods to take advantage of in breaking with routine while heading out to visit new destinations. These are what are known in Mexico as “puentes festivos” (holiday “bridges”, or rather, long weekends) surrounding dates that generally commemorate historical events. Luckily, one of …

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