Culiacan is the second most important tourist destination in Sinaloa, after Mazatan. It has 32.5 per cent of all state industry, mainly food production and transformation, textile and garment factories, bottling factories and sugar cane mills. Recently, it has hosted expos, national and international conventions, due to the wide variety of top notch logistical venues.
The city of Culiacan is the state capital of Sinaloa, and it's centrally located in the middle of the state.
The weather is hot and humid in the summer, while winters are pleasantly cool with scarce precipitation.
Culiacan offers many different attractions, such as its museums, great architecture, and the great outdoors, which are among its greatest assets, especially its rivers and beaches.