You don't have to limit your tour to the points of interest in Navojoa because the whole region has been blessed with plenty of great sights and attractions. Alamos and Ciudad Obregon are two more places you may wish to visit while you're in Sonora.
Visitors in Sonora often go to the region's open-air markets. If the weather forecast means you don't want to be outside, take a trip to Sonora's history museums.
Relax like the locals in the Sonora region. Go sunbathing and shore fishing while you are in the area. If you love spending time with like-minded travelers, Sonora has plenty of specialized tours such as guided nature walks.
For many travelers, experiencing new horizons is as much about eating as it is about visiting tourist attractions so take the time to sample the local specialties here. Of course, no vacation in Sonora would be finished without getting a taste of mochomos (beef on tortillas) and gallina pinta (hock stew).
The true meaning of a region can be found not just within its landscape, but also within its language. Making the effort to practice just a few common Spanish words and phrases will make your journey to Navojoa much more meaningful. Knowing some useful words, such as "¿Querría bailar conmigo?", which is "Would you like to dance with me?", can make your trip even more memorable. "This gentleman will pay for everything" is another good one know, so try pronouncing "Este caballero pagará por todo"
As you conclude your time in Navojoa, gather your luggage and wish Navojoa "Adiós" (farewell).