San Carlos
Due to US Government recommendations, We have put San Carlos on hold till we feel it is safe to travel there again!!

Mexico Travel Advisory

Travel Advisory
December 17, 2019 

Sonora state – Level 3: Reconsider Travel

Reconsider travel due to crime.

Sonora is a key location used by the international drug trade and human trafficking networks.

U.S. government employees traveling to and from Hermosillo may travel between the border crossing points of DeConcini and Mariposa in Nogales only during daylight hours and only on Highway 15, including stops at restaurant/restroom facilities along Highway 15.

U.S. government employees may travel to Puerto Peñasco via the Lukeville/Sonoyta crossing during daylight hours on Federal Highway 8, or by using Federal Highway 15 south from Nogales and east via Federal Highway 2 and State Highway 37 through Caborca during daylight hours. U.S. government employees may also travel directly from the nearest U.S. Ports of Entry to San Luis Rio Colorado, Cananea, and Agua Prieta but may not go beyond the city limits without official Consulate Nogales clearance.

U.S. government employees may not travel to:

  • The triangular region west of the Mariposa Port of Entry, east of Sonoyta, and north of Altar

  • The district within Nogales that lies to the north of Avenida Instituto Tecnologico and between Periferico (Bulevar Luis Donaldo Colosio) and Corredor Fiscal (Federal Highway 15D), and the residential areas to the east of Plutarco Elias Calles.

  • The eastern edge of the state of Sonora, which borders the state of Chihuahua: all points along that border east of Federal Highway 17, the road between Moctezuma and Sahuaripa, and State Highway 20 between Sahuaripa and the intersection with Federal Highway 16.

  • All points south of Federal Highway 16 and east of Highway 15 (south of Hermosillo), as well as Empalme, Guaymas, and all points south, including Obregon and Navojoa. U.S. government employees may travel to Alamos by air only and may not go beyond the city limits.

In addition, U.S. government employees may not use taxi services in Nogales.

Visit our website for Travel to High-Risk Areas.

 

 

Trip Information

3 Nights’ Accommodations (Double Occupancy)

2 Days of 3 Tanks Boat Diving (Tanks and Weights)

Snacks and Beverages on the Boat

Transportation to and from Fins Up Scuba to San Carlos 

All Tolls and Mexico Vehicle Insurance 

Only $599

 

Price & Other Information

Deposit is $599. No refunds will be given on the deposit. $250 single supplement. Payment must be made in full 30 days before the trip. Trip details subject to change till paid in full. We highly recommend Travel insurance and DAN Dive insurance. For more details please call or email 480.794.1109 or chris@fuscuba.com

Monday - Friday: 11am - 6pm | Saturday: By Appointment | Sunday: By Appointment

2334 N Scottsdale Rd

Suite C-116

Scottsdale, AZ 85257

T: (480) 794-1109

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