Topolobampo Bay | Copper Canyon Tours & Expeditions
Topolobampo is a small port town in the Mexican State of Sinaloa. Boasting a deep water harbor, the town sits at the terminus of the Chihuahua-Pacific Railroad, or ChePe, which passes through the scenic Copper Canyon. The population of Topolobampo is only around 6,500 people. The economic importance of Topolobampo is dwarfed by its much larger neighboring city of Los Mochis, with a population of over 230,000 residents. Los Mochis is located in the "Valle del Fuerte," a principal agricultural area of Mexico. The irrigated farms grow an abundance of crops, including sugar, cotton, rice, flowers and mangos. The Topolobampo/Los Mochis region enjoys an arid, almost desert-like climate, with average summer temperatures in the high 80s F (about 33° C). Total annual rainfall is less than 2 inches. Tours Covering this area: Day tip to Topolobampo Bay Yacht Cruise to Bird Island and Dolphin Encounter and a Los Mochis City Tour. Topolobampo was founded by American settlers in