Water and beach activities are a major part of any visit to Rocky Point so it makes sense that a full service luxury beachfront condominium resort like the Sonoran Sea should have a full service quality Activity Center and Dive Shop which is open to the public and owned and operated by Daniel Guemes Castorena and his wife, Ericka Reyna Castro, both PADI certified divers and much more…
To some, it will be an epicurean dream, to others, simply one of the best, if not the best, meals they’ve ever enjoyed,
FISH. The Restaurant is a dining adventure by internationally revered Chef Luca Appendino, located in the same venue where The Lighthouse Restaurant offered its fare for so many years.
Mark Saturday April 18th down now for your visit to the 2nd Annual Mermaids and Pirates Extravaganza in Shrimp Plaza. This year promises to be a very special day because Russ and Naomi have located a phenomenal Cajun Zydeco Blues band called the “Bayou Brothers!”
If you haven’t had a chance to stop by to see what all the El Tapeo talk is about, this Thursday or Friday evening might be a good time to do just that, especially if you like to try different wines and learn more about them. Owner Laura Palacio Soto is bringing in the experts of ATP Wine Company from over Baja way, where arguably the best Mexican wines are made.
The “Dive Shop” or “Activity Center”, as it’s commonly referred to is owned and operated by Daniel Guemes Castorena and his wife, Erika Reyna Castro, both PADI certified divers and much more. Daniel is a PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor which means he is qualified to teach the teachers all the way to the Master Diver level. Erika herself is a PADI certified Assistant Instructor and Open Water Scuba Instructor. In other words, if you’re looking for PADI certification at any level, you cannot do better than the Dive Shop at Sonoran Sea Resort.
Puerto Penasco Dreaming. Do you ever look up above the sea At the clouds in the sky floating so free Working with the sun as they go by To fling the rays of hope through the sky
Colors of Mexico This is a country of heart And it has been since the start
With bright colors everywhere you look Like crayons in a coloring book
Born and raised in the historic Arizona border town of Douglas, Tony Ballesteros began his interest in photography in Douglas High School while taking printing class and serving as the school printer of the weekly Douglas High newspaper. Not satisfied with the photos being taken for the paper, rather than complain, the determined young Tony found a Brownie and started taking the photos himself with amazing success that began his life-long love and career in photography. Since the first digital cameras, Tony has surged with the technology, now on his third Sony, the latest 24.3 megapixel SLR 650A that can fire 10 frames a second through a powerful telephoto zoom lens that makes most admirers astoundingly ask, “How’d he get that shot?”
Beautiful sunsets bountifully bless Puerto Penasco from across the solemn Sea of Cortez, sometimes red as fire, sometimes as golden as a wedding ring, yet others flashed in pink, orange and blue like a Carnaval Queen Float, still some reflect from the heavens in a blast of colors as kaleidoscopic as a masquerade ball. […]