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Tour Playa Blanca

Tour Playa Blanca (Excursion of 1 day 9:30 am. to 3:30 pm)
Tour to Playa Blanca, Rio Cocoli and 7 Altares. These places offer the best ecosystem in the marine coast and tropical forest. It´s an excursion in which you can enjoy the most! It begins with a trip in a boat through the Bay of Amatique where the dolphins often accompany the visitors in the route towards Playa Blanca.

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Río Dulce Tour

Río Dulce Tour: (Excursion of 1 day, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Our adventure in the beautiful Rio Dulce starts in the early taking a boat at Livingston, Izabal. The first destiny will be Río Tatin, where the boat will cross slowly through the waterspouts for admiring and visit the Aktenamit Association, perfect place for shopping; later we will stop at Agua Caliente and the tourists can take a thermal water bath.

Colective Tour Private Tour
$17.00  $ 189.00 1-8 Person

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Snorkeling at Belize Keys: (Excursion of 1 day, from 6:30 am to 3:00 pm)

Sailing approximatedly 1 hour in boat from Livingston to the white sand beaches of the Belize Keys, when the tour will approach the crystalline sea, coral reefs and white sand that makes an amazing view, where the Gulf of Honduras can be seen.

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Bike Tour Livingston:
It is a guided tourism totally different, because this designed for all the ages, as much for foreigners as for residents. They are without a doubt the most interesting form and entertainment to know our town, learning its history and making new friends, because when becoming in bicycle it allows you to be in direct bonding with the surroundings.

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Jungle Trip 7 Altares 2 (Excursion of 1 day starting from, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Long walk to Seven Altares. The tour leaves from Happy Fish at 9:30 am . We pass by the catholic church, the cemetery and the temple and the garifuna community, to then follow our route by the tropical forest until running into the river water of crab, called by its habitants crustaceans, cross part of it in a boat to reach the waterspouts of the Quehueche river to land in its coast.

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