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Culiacan features a wide variety of natural attractions, as the wetlands of Ensenada del Pabellon, Bahía Quevedo, Península Lucenillas, and Punta San Miguel. Culiacan also offers beaches as Las Playas de Ponce, Las Arenitas, Cospita, El Conchal, and La Puntilla, most of which remain unspoilt.
There is a wide gastronomic variety in the surroundings of Culiacan. The city preserves religious traditions, as well as archaeological sites and dams where you can do canoeing, water skiing, and sea bass fishing.
Culiacan has a tourist bus which offers trips to different areas of the city. Other interesting attractions include Parque de las Riberas, an ecological park located on the banks of the Humaya River; Zoológico de Cualiacan, and museums as Centro Civico Constitucion, which houses Meteorito de Bacubirito, the second heaviest meteorite in the world.
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