Time to see the artistic flare of Rocky Point

Rocky Point, a city where the sea meets the desert, is a very active area culturally, now that COVID-19 recovery is underway – Rocky Point is NOW OPEN!  It’s time to see the artistic flare of Rocky Point!  There are many opportunities for Rocky Point to grow in particular on the artistic side. The reason may be the Se of Cortez spectacular sunsets, the sea breeze or the beauty of the sand, the cultural diversity or the contrast of languages, all are good guesses because the list of possible reasons to be inspired artistically is growing constantly.

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Come see Isla San Jorge for an experience of a lifetime

Isla San Jorge (San Jorge Island) is a group of small rocky islands 27 miles or 50 kilometers from the city of Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico. Different marine species live and / or pass through this area in their long migratory trips, not to mention the enormous number of birds that rest in that small marine oasis; so much so that some call it Bird Island.

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Rocky Point begins Phase 6 of the COVID-19 recovery plans

There was a Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) Municipal Health & Safety Advisory Board video conference on July 28th as a precautionary health measure to check on the stats of COVID-19 recovery.  Great news!  They had approved phase 6 of the city’s reactivation plan.  Then, in a July 30th press release, the Puerto Peñasco mayor, Ernesto Kiko Munro, called for joint responsibility from all establishments entrusted with helping to restart the economy.  Also, the people of Puerto Peñasco, as community, were told that participation is fundamental to the fight against Covid-19.

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Rocky Point lifeguards are now well prepared for tourists

As tourists are now returning to Rocky Point, a team of at least nine lifeguards are ready to set up positions across Rocky Point’s busiest beaches, which was explained by the Civil Protection Director and Fire Chief Francisco Javier Carrillo Ruiz just recently.  The local head of Civil Protection noted certified agency staff is prepared to respond timely to any situation once the current COVID-19 health emergency subsides.  He explained his agency is coordinated with the Navy and the local Tourism Auxiliary Unit to ensure lifeguard presence particularly along Playa Hermosa and Playa Bonita. Then, he added that tourism resort developments along Sandy Beach are responsible for their own lifeguards.

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