Route in boat by the Bay of Amatique, later we will cross the majestic Cañón de Río Dulce where We will visit the hanging gardens after that we'll visit Ak´tenamit project, hot water (thermal), the garden lagoon and Bird Island. Next it's on to the Garifuna village of Livingston where four different ethnic groups, Garifunas, MayaQueqchis, Hindu's and Latin's peacefully live together.
We'll visit the transparent waterfalls located in the protected area of Cerro Sangil. We'll hike through the thick tropical forest and will be able to take pictures of some of the more than 400 species of birds that inhabit the are.
One of characteristic more interesting from Livingston is that in this small place of Guatemala, live harmoniously different ethnic groups: Los Garìfunas, they arrived since 1802, originating from Roatan Island, Honduras. Los Hindus they arrived by Belize being their origins from India. Q'eqchies descendants from Mayas and finally Los Latino.
Enjoy the ancient culture of the Maya during this excursion to Quiriguá, the ruins which include the largest known quarried stone in the Maya world, and which exhibit the best artistic style and technique. On your way to the site, enjoy the scenic drive through Guatemala's Caribbean coast, including driving through a banana plantation.
We'll enjoy a scenic cruise through the picturesque waterways of the Rio Dulce and visit Quirigua National Park for a walking tour of the Mayan city that once ruled the region. We departed from the pier by boat or by bus for a journey to experience major attractions of Eastern Guatemala and return by the alternate form of transportation.