While it can be a temptation to just chill out while holidaying in Culiacan, keep in mind that the surrounding region's numerous natural and man-made attractions lie just beyond your doorstep. Troncones, is 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south, while Cosala lies 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest.
Tourists searching for quiet places to learn more about local spiritual beliefs, will relish the chance to spend time in the area's churches. Spend a day in the sunshine and fresh air and enjoy Sinaloa's fascinating open-air exhibits and open-air museums.
If you like the company of folk who share your passions, Culiacan offers a range of specialist tours such as city walking tours. When you hear the call of the wild, follow the lead of local thrill seekers and spend the day hiking or zip-lining.
Sinaloa cuisine has its own aromas and flavors so don't miss the opportunity to try the dishes in Sinaloa. Are you ready to order marlin en escabeche (vinegar marinted marlin) or pescado ahumado (fish smoked in bay leaves)? Both dishes are a favorite choice in this area.
All good things come to an end, but be rest assured, when it's time to leave Sinaloa, rest assured, you'll have photos, memories and mementos to enjoy.