Take a tour to Bird Island, the Sea Lion Comune of Rocky Point! This breath taking expirience is truley a must when you visit!
Come and experience the Nights in Town! Great dinning and Great dancing!
Set out to Sea and get up and close to the Gray Whale! From approximately January through early April, when looking out from Puerto Peņasco over the Sea of Cortez one may find themselves spotting a spout or two during whale watching season.
Also known as the Downtown Area, this is a great place for Shopping, Dining on the waterline Restaurants and enjoying the views and weather!
El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve
El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar Biosphere Reserve (Spanish: Reserva de la Biosfera El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar), is a biosphere reserve and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is in the Sonoran Desert in Northwest Mexico, east of Gulf of California, in the eastern part Gran Desierto de Altar, just below the border of Arizona, United States and north of the city of Puerto Peņasco. It is one of the most significant visible landforms in North America seen from space. A volcanic system, known as Santa Clara is the main part of the landscape, including three peaks; Pinacate, Carnegie and Medio.
In the area there are over 540 species of plants, 40 species of mammals, 200 of birds, 40 of reptiles, also amphibians and freshwater fishes. There are threatened endemic species as sonoran pronghorn, bighorn sheep, gila monster and desert tortoise.
The Intercultural Center for the Studies of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO) is an active conservation, research and education center, that has been inspiring and empowering stewards for healthy Gulf of California ecosystems since 1980. Operated as a collaboration between Mexican and US non-profit organizations, CEDO offers programs and materials for the general public, school groups, researchers and stakeholders in nine communities of the Northern Gulf of California and throughout the US.
Our mission is to empower coastal communities in the Northern Gulf of California region with the knowledge and tools to create sustainable livelihoods that exist in concert with the surrounding natural and multicultural environment.