Navojoa Destinies of Sonant is located in the south of the State of Sonant in an extension of 4.381 km2s, having represented the 2,36% of the state territory and the 0,22% of the national. One almost characterizes for being flat in his totality, interrupted by some hills and lomeros of little elevation, between which they emphasize White Hill, Masiaca, San Pedro, Core, Bachivo and Tucuri. Colinda to the north with the municipalities of Cajeme and Quiriego, to the east with Poplars, the southwest with Huatabampo and the west with Etchojoa. The most important localities of this municipality, besides the head, are: San Ignacio Cohuirimpo, Guadalupe de Jurez, Guayparn, Tetanchopo, Santa Maria of the Buaraje, Agiabampo, Masiaca, Bacabachi and Old Pueblo. Main Attractive Tourist the municipality of Navojoa, located in the narrow strip of the Valley of May, between mountains and the coast, characterized by its excellent climate, flora and fauna that are own of the region, offers excellent attractive tourist to the national and foreign visitors, eg: fishes sport, deer hunting, dove and duck that are species released in the region and cinegetic farms; as well as ecological routes by the mountain range, beaches and the River May. Other attractive tourist ones are the legacy of Indian Mays that are appraised in the festivals of the 24 of June with the celebrations of the day of San Juan, as well as the fascinating celebration of the Easter in the tradition May and the commemoration of the day of died the 2 of November. This municipality counts on 14 tourist establishments and one hotel infrastructure of 538 quarters in categories of one to four stars in which they are taken care of up to 21.009 national and foreign tourists by season; also, it also counts on 26 restaurants, 3 travel agencies, as well as infrastructure of communication channels. Economy With modern production techniques, supports and advising, the producers of the Valley of May have been located between the main generators of wealth of Mexico, obtaining not only to produce the raw material, but in addition, to transform it by means of an industry already consolidated.