Rio Dulce & Livingston Tours & Holidays

Rio Dulce & Livingston Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Holidays

When the Spanish colonised Central America, the Guatemalan city of Antigua was the capital of the whole continent. Shipping, communication and travel all reached Antigua via the Rio Dulce River, which was also traditionally highly significant to the Mayan civilisations. Winding to the coast from the jungle, giving life to Mayan settlements and rainforest wildlife along the way, the Rio Dulce is now used by travellers for sailing, water skiing and exploring the mangrove forests and lily pads. ...

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Superior | Lodge

Hacienda Tijax, Rio Dulce

Get back in touch with nature with a stay at the Hacienda Tijax, set within 400 acres of nature reserve and tucked into the rainforest. Previously a cattle farm, the reserve is now one of the best…
Superior | Hotel

Villa Caribe, Livingston

Located at the mouth of the Rio Dulce river, Villa Caribe occupies a prime spot next to the merging of the Rio Dulce and the Caribbean Sea, offering a great seat from which to catch the Caribbean sun…

TOURS FEATURING Rio Dulce & Livingston

Travel to Guatemala with like-minded people on one of our small group tours (usually max size 12), featuring knowledgeable local guides and an expert tour leader.