Journals San Carlos

Road Trip from Tucson to San Carlos and Alamos

Created by wanderluster on September 26, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

6 Stories

A secret escape on the Sea of Cortez to Sonora's best preserved colonial city, with adventures along the way to mystery ruins, Aduana's mining village, and a jaunt so far off the beaten track that locals didn't know the way to reach the blanket weavers in a remote Mayan village.

Eating and Sleeping in San Carlos

Created by btwood2 on May 19, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

There are restaurants from fancy to roadside stands, corner markets and fresh produce stands, places to rest your weary head after days of water fun, beach adventures, exploration, or shopping. This journal includes but a small sampling of what’s available.

San Carlos: our intro to Mexico

Created by btwood2 on May 18, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

2 Reviews
5 Stories

Starkly beautiful Cerro Tetakawi rises from the edge of the deep turquoise Sea of Cortez, welcoming us to San Carlos. This little gem, currently a resort community and fishing village, has been in flux since the first people were awed by its forceful peaks and lulled by its tropical climate.

The Sea of Cortez-where the Mountains meet the Sea

Created by JesusW on May 24, 2006

3 Reviews

The area near Guaymas, state of Sonora, seems empty at first sight, but there are many activities and landscapes to explore. Wait for Scuba Diving!!!

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A Week In San Carlos, Mexico

Created by LisaCharlene on January 30, 2003

2 Reviews

We took a drive from Phoenix, AZ to San Carlos, Mexico and spent a week in Plaza Las Glorias. A place where the crystal waters of the Sea of Cortez meet the rugged terrain of the Sonoran Desert. Saguaro cactus and white sand -- unusual -- rugged yet exquisite.

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San Carlos, an American Ghetto!

Created by JoesJungle on September 28, 2000

3 Reviews
2 Stories

A place that I regularly visit during my stay in Guaymas, Mexico.



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