Banana Palms Resort & Marina

300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston, Guatemala | Resort
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This resort is located on 300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston.
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    Travel Blogs from Livingston

    Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Jun 25, 2014

    9 photos

    So, it seems Glenn and Judy have been looking for an excuse to visit Semuc Champey for who knows how long. We were happy to be that excuse. Not only did we want to see the limestone pools after seeing pictures, we would get to experience them with Glenn and Judy! What a memory it was. The site is deep in the jungle, off the beaten path. Once ...

    Water Adventures

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 20, 2014

    22 photos

    ... too and fortunately came away unscathed despite the pool being quite shallow. We returned the way we came in with the exception of the ladders, we were sent down a waterfall slide into the dark abyss below - no point taking a candle here because you went under the water with the speed of the fall.

    We finished off the day with a lazy ride down the river on a tube...very relaxing after all the fun and excitement of the day.

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    Do you know what a Micoleon is?

    A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 11, 2014

    49 photos

    ... quiet. Emma, the Australian said she had seen a little creature in the kitchen as she had walked passed earlier and had no idea what it was so we went off to investigate, The creature was still in the kitchen climbing over the fresh produce that would later become our dinner. It was a little nocturnal mammel called a micoleon and can only be described as a real life teddy bear. We were scared to get anywhere near it at first but the staff said it was in fact ...

    Semuc Champey, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by daytraveling on Mar 06, 2014

    32 photos

    ... salaries of 1600 quetzales monthly. That's about $57/week. As for Jaman and I, we don't care about the money and were just thrilled to be getting a free stay in a private cabin, laundry service, and free meals.


    Our plan was to stay here for as long as it took to get the staff trained and the hotel fully functional. We worked every morning and night but had most afternoons off. Some days, we took the bumpy ride into town where we could get internet service ...

    Livingstone @ 90 km per hour in that driving rain

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 13, 2013

    144 photos

    ... pm for the 50 minute high speed ride back to the hotel. Remember that the boat was going at 90 km a hour. The rain had stopped and while the lack of driving rain ...