State of Sonora Mexico

The State of Sonora MexicoThe State of Sonora Mexico - Sonora is a northern state of extreme contrasts. In this border state, which has 568 miles of coastline along the Sea of Cortez, visitors will find all kinds of things to do.

At Guaymas Mexico, one of the main commercial ports, you’ll find marinas, golf courses, hotel resorts and excellent fishing. We recommend that you visit the San Carlos Bay and its big marina, which has the Cerro Tetakawi as a backdrop. You can also go scuba diving at an enormous artificial coral reef. A good option for ecotourism, hunting and water sport enthusiasts is Playa Miramar and the Ciudad Obregon embarcadero, which offer water skiing, sailing, canoeing and fishing.

Visit San Carlos Mexico

Visit San Carlos MexicoVisit San Carlos Guyamas Mexico - San Carlos is placed 75 miles away from Hermosillo, the Capital of Sonora, and 242 miles from the U. S. border; by his characteristics is considered the principal tourist center of the State.

It has privileged natural attractions, impressive landscapes formed by an exceptional combination of desert, sea and mountain. This tourist destiny offers to the visitor all the necessary for a pleasant stay: diverse options of accommodations, delicious alternatives of nourishment and exciting sports activities, besides history, beautiful beaches, a blue and pleasant sea, and the prettiest sunsets.

What to do in Guaymas San Carlos

"What to do in San Carlos" "New Guaymas Sonora" "Mexico Ecological tourism"

San Pedro Nolasco Island - 45 away from the bay it's located the San Pedro Nolasco Island 15 km height by 3 km of width, its 200 meters over sea level, is rocky and does not possess soils. Considered sanctuary of marine wolves from California and thousands of birds which stand out the brown bobo and the pelican, it's one of the favourite places for the practice of diving and snorkelling. To explore the rich ocean with marine wolves playing around us, it is a unique experience that you can't miss.

Soldier's Estuary has a surface of 778 hectares divided between swamp zones, water and the land part is composed by sand dunes and bushes. In this case most of the water entry is salty and enters to the estuary by the mouth, being distributed in the rest of the place by the tides that come from the Gulf of California.