Travel Blogs from Rio Dulce, Izabal, Guatemala

Sort by Newest Best first

Lago de Izabal, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Lago de Izabal

A travel blog entry by hasson.yossi

28

First stop... Rio Dulce (12-14 Dec), Rio Dulce, Izabal, Guatemala travel blog

First stop... Rio Dulce (12-14 Dec)

A travel blog entry by solteron

14

... enjoyed making our swim just a little longer. Climbing back into the boat is not easy but we all manage. Rio Dulce is an outlet of Lake Izabal. At a narrow spot in the river, just before the lake entrance sits Castillo de San Phillipe. It ...

Rio Dulce, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by tour-46

14

A great place to stay in log cabins in the jungle by a big lagoon. Downside is you can on reach it by boat or a long suspended wooden bridge over the swamps, not fun for transporting the stuff from the ...

El Estor, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

El Estor

A travel blog entry by warty007

12

 We travelled to Rio Dulce from Flores and stayed a night there before catching a colectivo for 2 hours down a bumpy dirt road to El Estor. Due to the fact that its 2 hours down the dirt road, its well off the tourist track. We found a nice but ...

Rio Dulce, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by linds_and_ryan

more ...

Brief stop at the Rio Dulce, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Brief stop at the Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by joules

... the bus....only to see Mark & Robyn!  The bastards took the wrong road, and decided to spend the night in Rio Dulce too...infact, they seemed to take delight in informing me that they arrived before I had even boarded my bus!!  (well, ...

Holy   !%*K, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Holy !%*K

A travel blog entry by agunited4

20

... much only, words to us were ´get the fuck off my boat¨ So we did and never saw him again. I then proceeded up the Rio Dulce (Sweet River) to a lodge in the jungle called Finca Tatin http://www.fincatatin.centramerica.com/mainE.htm . It was an ...

Rio Dulce and El Estor, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Rio Dulce and El Estor

A travel blog entry by garygapyear

20

... on the river of the same name , the Rio Dulce , which flows from the Caribbean sea down to a huge lake , Lago Izabal. Rio Dulce town itself is pretty uninteresting , to all intents and purposes just one rather busy street - its really just a transit ...

Dschungel lodge, rio dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Dschungel lodge

A travel blog entry by bp80

11

Von Flores geht die Fahrt mit einem Minivan (Gefühl wie Sardinen in Dosen) nach Rio Dulce. Mit dem Taxiboot setzen wir über den Fluss und erreichen unsere Jungle Lodge. Einige Bungis liegen direkt am Fluss. Wir beziehen unser kleines Cabaña und ...

Starting a new decade..., Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Starting a new decade...

A travel blog entry by adelinedessinet

2

... .30 to go to Rio Dulce but stopped on route to a lovely spot for birthday lunch and a swim. The place we were staying at in Rio Dulce was on an island on the other side of a lake, only accessible by boat. I was given the nicest wooden cabin for my ...

Poptun to Rio Dulce, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Poptun to Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by chrissybz

7

Smooth Riding and beautiful scenery all the way from Flores to Rio Dulce. On the way I saw the southernmost outpost in Belize from the side of the road in Guatemala. That was kind of neat. We arrived at 5pm and spent a little time looking around for a ...

Late Night on the Rio Dulce, Rio Dulce Town, Guatemala travel blog

Late Night on the Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by losthobo

7

... you ask around for him, he will magically appear.  So I get on a boat to Livingston. The ride is partially a tour of Rio Dulce with a pass by Castillo de San Felipe (an old pirate fort), past inlets with lily pads, hot springs (hot springs in hot ...

Guatemala...spanish lessons, lava, and bats!, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Guatemala...spanish lessons, lava, and bats!

A travel blog entry by davidandsar

112

... Champey is beautiful, and we had a chance to swim in the pools and go tubing down the river. From Lanquin we got a bus to Rio Dulce, a huge river that runs into the Caribbean in the north of Guatemala. Here we got a boat across the river and stayed in a ...

Sailing up the river, Rio Dulce, Guatemala travel blog

Sailing up the river

A travel blog entry by tilazway

... down the coast of Belize.  We stopped into a port to get our passports sorted and then started sailing down the river to Rio Dulce.  The scenery was gorgeous, there were tall mountains and rainforests on either side of us as we sailed up.  ...

Sort by Newest Best first