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Delfinario

Delfinario
Take part learning about the dolphins while you knows the physical characteristics of these surprising mammals while you swim with them. Coexists, swim, receive a kiss of the dolphins and experiences a jump over you and take you into the water with great force. Expert trainers supervise this meeting with the dolphins and offer detailed information about the conduct and biology of these animals.

Fisherman Square

Plaza del Pescador - Fisherman Square
The town of San Carlos and Guaymas are known for their amazing fishing. Here you will find Fisherman Square. Easily recognized by a statue of the fisherman, this is the symbol of the fisherman of Guaymas and was erected in honor of Celso Grajeda, a legendary fisherman born in the city. Plaza del Pescador is located on the levee in front of the Bay, and it is the most representative symbol of the port.

Pearl Farm

Pearl Farm
Guaymas is also home to the Only Commercial Pearl Farm in the American Continent. Located in Bacochibampo Bay and visited by thousands of tourists every year, the Farm offers Free Guided Tours to the Farm and a unique shopping opportunity. The pearls of the Mar of Cortes are the finest of the world, thanks to its high quality and unusual colors. It is said that they are the most exotic gems of the world.

Plaza de los Tres Presidentes

Plaza de los Tres Presidentes
commemorating the three Mexican presidents who have come from Guaymas. The Three Presidents Square was constructed in Adolfo de la Huerta, Plutarco Elías Calles and Abelardo Rodríguez honor, all of them native of Guaymas and presidents of Mexico.

Tetakawi Hill

Tetakawi Hill
The landmark that distinguishes San Carlos from the surrounding area, stands 600 feet above the Sea of Cortez. Climb to the top for a breathtaking vista of San Carlos, the marinas, the Sea of Cortez and the plains that stretch endlessly into the Sonoran desert beyond. The term Tetakawi means hill of stone in Yaqui language. Most people today refer to it as "Goat Tit Mountain.

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