Rio Dulce is a refuge for a wide diversity of birds and different ecosystems. It ranges from Lake Izabal, the largest in Guatemala, to the Amatique Bay. The gateway to the Caribbean Sea.
You will go on a boat ride through the fascinating Rio Dulce until you reach Livingston. Castillo de San Felipe will be waiting for you, which was a fortress built by the Spanish to protect the country from English pirates.
Navigating through magnificent mangrove islets, water gardens, and abundant tropical rainforests. After, you will visit a spectacular nature reserve with rivers and waterfalls, and a beautiful white sand beach.
Observing the unbelievable carved stones of Quiriguá, which is the tallest in the Mayan World, and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the Boquerón and El Paraiso, you can observe huge rock walls, go on canoe rides, go tubing, and visit hot water springs.
You can visit the Southern keys of Belize with breathtaking beaches, crystal clear water, and shallow reefs ideal for snorkeling.
All our tours are totally private and flexible, specially designed for you. 👌
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From 8:00 A.M. at 8:00 P.M.