Written by: Martin Polutranko

Watch the sunrise over the water and mountains.

San Carlos is known for its world class deep sea fishing.

Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Yellowtail (Mahi Mahi), Grouper, Bonita, Sierra and Snapper dominate most of the fishing action.

There are several charter companies with experienced and friendly captains that will help you have a great time.

Jacques Cousteau called the Sea of Cortez “The World’s Aquarium”.

Home to thousands of species of marine life, it is also an exclusive home to over 300 species of marine life not found anywhere else in the world, making for spectacular scuba diving and snorkeling.


Dive right off the beach or take a boat trip to one of the many local dive sites; a great experience you will not want to miss.

Spend a day on the links; San Carlos has its very own 18 hole championship golf course.

Take a moment to relax. Enjoy a full spa treatment or have a siesta on the beach.

The water is warm and the activities never stop, from jetskis to kitesurfing, you will be hard pressed to not have anything to do.

Try a day sailing the open waters, spend a morning in a kayak touring some of the natural wonders of this beautiful place.


Located in the semi-tropical area of Sonora, with the mountain range to the north, the ocean to the south and west, and with plenty of desert in between, the activities do not stop.

The desert and foothills of the mountains make for great day trips by hiking, bicycle, horseback or ATV.

There are numerous trails that work their way to an experience to remember.

Day trips are available to a variety of locations. Experience Mexico’s rich culture and heritage with a trip to Alamos or visit historic sites in Guaymas only 12 km’s away.

Another attraction not to be missed is a visit to the Delfinario for a dolphin and sea lion demonstration.

Bring your bathing suit as the opportunity to swim with the dolphins awaits.

This is a marvelous facility located in San Carlos.

Sonora is a community with an abundance of talented artists that create beautiful art, gifts, jewelery and furnishings.

From hand carved iron wood sculptures to stunning sterling silver, classic Mexican pottery to hand woven textiles.

There are many shops to visit and explore and even more open air markets to discover.

International cuisine can be found at many local restaurants; there is something for everyone! After diner check out the nightlife at a local club or enjoy some of the country’s finest tequila!

Watch the sunset over the Tetakawi mountains.

Rest and plan for tomorrow! We look forward to seeing you soon!!

Fuente: San Carlos Development Guide 2008


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