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Getting to San Carlos by Air
San Carlos is served by the Guaymas International Airport, about 10 miles away. The airport code is GYM. America West provides daily flights to/from Phoenix and Aeromexico offers flights to Guaymas from Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Tucson, and Miami. Code share gateways with Delta include Dallas-Fort Worth and Atlanta

Getting to San Carlos by Land
From Phoenix to San Carlos , Mexico - Take the I-10 east to Tucson , Arizona . From Tucson , you want to head south on Interstate 19 to Nogales , Arizona . Once you cross into Nogales , Mexico , you want to continue south on Highway 15. You will pass by several towns on the way. The most notable are Magdalena , Santa Ana and Hermosillo . If you don't see a sign saying San Carlos , don't panic. After Hermosillo , you see signs for Guaymas. The Guaymas airport is 10 minutes from San Carlos . You will see the San Carlos sign as you get closer to Guaymas. From Phoenix , it is approximately a 7 hour drive.

From Tucson to San Carlos , Mexico - From Tucson , you want to head south on Interstate 19 to Nogales , Arizona . Once you cross into Nogales , Mexico . You want to continue south on Highway 15. You will pass by several towns on the way. The most notable are Magdalena , Santa Ana and Hermosillo . If you don't see a sign saying San Carlos , don't panic. After Hermosillo , you see signs for Guaymas. The Guaymas airport is 10 minutes from San Carlos . You will see the San Carlos sign as you get closer to Guaymas. From Tucson it is approximately a 5 hour drive.

From Rocky Point to San Carlos, Mexico - From Rocky Point, you want to take the road to Caborca, which starts on Mexico Highway #3, then takes you to Mexico Highway #4, which leads to Caborca. Once in Caborca, continue south east to Santa Ana . From Santa Ana , you want to head south on Mexico Highway #15. You will pass through Hermosillo next as you continue south to San Carlos . After Hermosillo , you see signs for Guaymas. The Guaymas airport is 10 minutes from San Carlos . You will see the San Carlos sign as you get closer to Guaymas. From Rocky Point, Puerto Penasco , Mexico , it is approximately a 6 hour drive.

Mileage from US Cities to San Carlos , Mexico
Albuquerque, Nm. – 630 Miles
Denver, Co. – 1,086 Miles
El Paso , Tx. – 486 Miles
Las Vegas , Nv. – 472 Miles
Los Angeles , Ca. – 568 Miles
Phoenix , Az. – 212 Miles
San Diego , Ca. – 468 Miles
Sante Fe, Nm. – 683 Miles

Getting to San Carlos by Sea
San Carlos Sonora has two marinas for the boat enthusiasts. This town is built around it boating community. Every year thousands of Sonorans, Arizonans and other residents from the American southwest travel to San Carlos Mexico by boat or yacht. The two marinas Marina Real and San Carlos Marina can accommodate most size boats or yachts as well as offering dry storage...More >>

Getting to San Carlos or Baja by Ferry
Ferry service from Guaymas, Sonora to the Baja Peninsula is available for passengers as well as vehicles. The ferry ride usually takes between 6 to 9 hours depending on weather. There is sleeping cabins, restaurant and bar. For shedules, cost and information about ferry service from San Carlos to Baja California click here...More >>

Post Office Hours and Holidays - The post office is open Monday - Friday from 9 to 2. It is closed on bank holidays and on Postman’s Day November 12

Rental Cars - There is a car rental agency at the Guaymas airport. The rates are higher than in the USA. There are also car rental agencies in Guaymas: Autoturismo Naver Sa de Cv at 222-3028, Hertz 222-1000 or at the airport at 221-1383, and Budget at 222-5500, at the airport 221-2632. Enterprise Rental car in Tucson or Sierra Vista will rent cars to travel into Mexico.

Warning to Tourists: You should avoid demonstrations and other activities that might be deemed political by the Mexican authorities. Political activities by foreigners are prohibited by the Mexican constitution, and such actions may result in detention and/or deportation.


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