What’s Up San Carlos | San Carlos Sonora Mexico

 

San Carlos Sonora Mexico, nestled between the Sea of Cortez and the mountains, offers numerous activities both on shore and in the water. Awaiting you are soft sand beaches, two world class marinas, and an 18 hole, par 72 championship golf course. Whether you’re looking for a lazy day on a secluded beach or want to hike, scuba dive and listen to live music all in one day — we have it all! You can even try your luck in one of the many fishing tournaments.

San Carlos Sonora has hundreds of excellent restaurants. From tacos to fine dining, there’s something to please even the most discerning palate.

There are many San Carlos vacation rentals, hotels and resorts to choose from. If you’re looking to rent a house or condo in San Carlos, contact Sea Side Reservations.

We also provide information on San Carlos Real Estate. To talk to a licensed realtor about real estate and homes for sale in San Carlos, contact Long Realty Seaside.

We are your online resource for Guaymas and San Carlos Weather, including daily temperatures, monthly averages, Sea of Cortez marine weather, tide and current predictors, satellite images, solunar table, sunrise, sunset and storm warnings.

Whether you’re flying, driving or arriving by bus or cruise ship, we have resources to help you plan your trip to San Carlos and Guaymas Mexico, including maps of San Carlos Mexico showing where to eat and where to stay . If you’re driving, remember to purchase Mexico Car Insurance.

Travel to safe, fun and affordable San Carlos Sonora.

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What’s up San Carlos? Come find out for yourself … Make San Carlos Sonora Mexico your next vacation destination.

Upcoming Events & Entertainment in San Carlos Sonora Mexico
Pueblo Escenico Committee Meeting, Construction Update

Pueblo Escenico Committee Meeting, Construction Update

An update meeting of the Pueblo Escenico Committee was held on Thursday, July 10 at the Marina Terra Hotel. Four representatives of the construction projects being completed in San Carlos and the Mayor of Guaymas were present along with 20 people in the audience (4 Americans). The Committee announced that these construction projects are being [read more ...]

JJ's Tacos y Cosas Opens in a New Location

JJ’s Tacos y Cosas Opens in a New Location

JJ’s Tacos y Cosas opened in their new location last Thursday, July 10th. The new space was blessed and a ribbon cutting ceremony followed. Free food was provided along with entertainment by Manuelito. Photos by PJ Schramel.

A Manera de Cafe at Aqua Bar: July 11

A Manera de Cafe at Aqua Bar: July 11

A Manera de Cafe will perform at the Aqua Bar in the Marina Terra Hotel on July 11 at 9:00pm. Click here to see the band’s latest music video. There is a cover charge of 120 pesos. Come and listen to some terrific music.

67th International Billfish Tournament Final Results

67th International Billfish Tournament Final Results

The 67th Annual International Billfish Tournament took place July 4 – 6. The final results are as follows: 1st Place: Bryan Replogle 2nd Place: John King 3rd Place: Ron Cooper 4th Place: Theodore Dake 5th Place: Adan Goldring 6th Place Robert Gilbert William 7th Place: Ken Diaz/Dan Boone/Rich Norquist Ladies Division: 1st Place: Connie Ward [read more ...]

Universidad Vizcaya de las Américas 4th of July Presentation

Universidad Vizcaya de las Américas 4th of July Presentation

About 50 students enrolled in English classes at the Universidad Vizcaya in Guaymas showcased what the 4th of July means to Americans. The students dressed in historical costumes and presented in English different aspects of the 4th of July holiday and it’s significance. All of the students did an outstanding job and their teachers should [read more ...]

All For Dance Showcase, July 3

All For Dance Showcase, July 3

The All For Dance studio is having a Dance Showcase on Thursday, July 3 at 6:00pm at the Auditorio Civico Fray Ivo Tonek in Guaymas. San Carlos’ very own Michelle Duvall will be performing with her instructor, Fabian Valdez. It should be an excellent show. Fabian and his students are very talented. The cost is [read more ...]

Fishing & Diving Reports

Fishing Report: July 30
Guaymas Tide Chart: August 2014
Fishing Report: July 23
Fishing Report: July 16
What to Do in San Carlos & Guaymas Sonora Mexico

Attractions

  • Mirador San Carlos
    Mirador San Carlos

    At the Mirador San Carlos, it’s all about the views … from sunrise to sunset. You can spot whales, rays and many birds from here. The view up the coast is spectacular with Tetakawi dominating the scene.

  • Sea of Cortez Pearls
    Sea of Cortez Pearls

    The Guaymas Pearl Farm has 200,000 oysters under cultivation. The oysters produce an iridescent pearl – the most valuable in the world. Learn about the Guaymas Pearl Farm, including video and contact information.

Beaches

  • Beaches San Carlos Mexico
    Beaches San Carlos Mexico

    San Carlos and Guaymas beaches, including Algadones beach, San Fransisco beach, Miramar, La Posada, MarinaTerra, Playa Piedra Pintas, Pilar and Cochorit.

  • Tide Pool Discovery
    Tide Pool Discovery

    An excellent San Carlos pass time, especially with younger member of the family, is exploring [read more ...]

Biking

  • Bike to Nacapule Canyon
    Bike to Nacapule Canyon

    Bike to Nacapule Canyon. See various birds, including osprey and hawk. Jackrabbit and roadrunner also frequent this area.

  • Biking Buenos Aires
    Biking Buenos Aires

    Biking Buesnos Aires San Carlos Sonora: a challenging 6.5 km trail through the desert. Great views of Estuary el Soldado and Tetakawi

Boating San Carlos

  • Boating San Carlos
    Boating San Carlos

    If you’ve discovered the exciting world of recreational boating, San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico is the place for you.

  • Video: A day in San Carlos Sonora
    Video: A day in San Carlos Sonora

    Video: A day in San Carlos Sonora — boating, dolphins, sunshine, San Pedro island, snorkel, sea lions, the beach, and cold cerveza:

Hiking

  • Tetakawi
    Tetakawi

    Tetakawi is a strenuous hike, but you are rewarded with 360 degree views from the top. Even if you only go part way, you will begin to see up and down the beautiful coast.

  • Nacapule Canyon Hike | Cañon de Nacapule
    Nacapule Canyon Hike | Cañon de Nacapule

    Nacapule Canyon starts out as an easy hike that becomes moderate, requiring some scrambling over boulders, up loose rock hills and through a tunnel in the rocks.

Indoor Activities

  • Nightlife
    Nightlife

    Entertainment San Carlos & Guaymas (Sonora Mexico): List of live music venues and where to party and dance.

  • Gyms in San Carlos
    Gyms in San Carlos

    From basic free weights to state-of-the-art facilities, San Carlos Sonora has several options to choose from.

Kayak

  • Kayak San Carlos
    Kayak San Carlos

    Kayaking is very popular in San Carlos. There are many beautiful areas to explore.

  • Kayak MarinaTerra San Carlos
    Kayak MarinaTerra San Carlos

    Marina Terra’s quiet cove is a great place to kayak in San Carlos. You can rent kayaks from the Beach Club.

San Carlos Tours

  • Explore San Carlos: Tours
    Explore San Carlos: Tours

    Looking for tours in San Carlos and Guaymas Sonora Mexico? Check out our list San Carlos Tours with tour suggestions, tour operators and videos.

  • San Pedro Island | San Carlos Tours
    San Pedro Island | San Carlos Tours

    Discover beautiful and exciting San Pedro Island! Snorkeling & Diving with the Sealions at San Pedro Island is only 1 – 2 hours from San Carlos Sonora Mexico

Snorkel & Scuba Dive

  • Boating San Carlos
    Boating San Carlos

    If you’ve discovered the exciting world of recreational boating, San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico is the place for you.

  • Poseidon Wreck Dive
    Poseidon Wreck Dive

    Diving the wreck of Poseidons Mistress which sunk in hurricane Juliet in 2001. The wreck is located 47 miles north of San Carlos, Sonora Mexico.

Spectator Sports