Hotel Villa Caribe

Address: Calle Principal, Barrio el Centro, Livingston, 01001, Guatemala | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Calle Principal, Barrio el Centro, Livingston.
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        Travel Blogs from Livingston

        Arriving in Semuc

        A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on May 12, 2015

        ... in semuc we were immediately bombarded with about 20 teenage boys trying to make us go to their hotel. When I say bombarded I mean the bus had not even stopped and these guys were coming through the windows, in the door, yelling at us, etc. soooo overwhelming. We finally decided on El Portal which is right beside semuc champey. the other places were like a 20 or so minute drive. When we got there we were in awe at the beauty of the place. I ...

        Stop. Hammock time!

        A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

        142 photos

        ... 8220;Hola! Buenos Dias!” to everybody I saw. I was really keen to talk to people but that’s about all I could say. Oh and “Puedo comprar una botella de agua” which I had learnt the previous day. But I could hardly go around asking everybody if I could buy a bottle of water so hello, good morning was about all I had.

        There were chickens, pigs and dogs everywhere. I mean, how did they know whose chicken was whose?! Speaking of dogs everywhere, there ...

        Semuc Champey

        A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 10, 2014

        4 photos

        ... We got into out swim gear and given a candle before we walked up the steps to the entrance of the cave. Here there were alight candles to light ours before entering. No helmets or anything, back to basics. Upon entering the caves and going through the water into the darkness, it looked like we were doing some crazy ritual, as there were about 30 people all lined up with candles in front of us. We were queuing to get up the first ladder. The first bit was ok despite ...

        Everyday we're Hustlin'

        A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

        30 photos

        ... br> Rammi - gregarious French-American, a mean shot on the beer pong table
        Dom - the ever smiling Bavarian, who embraced Livingston Life
        Natalie - running an authoritative but fun-filled Swiss eye over proceedings at Casa de Iguana
        Troy - tattooed Aussie, loves a few schooners.

        Some of the more approachable locals explained to us that due to the recent storm, the towns beaches were in a state, with plastic bottles and other such rubbish littering the ...

        Semuc Champey and K'anba Caves

        A travel blog entry by lpringle on Jul 17, 2014

        9 photos

        ... doing it!

        After our picnic lunch we headed to do the hike half an hour (and a steep half an hour) up to the view point of Semuc Champey, which is a beautiful series of turquoise pools at different levels with a river flowing down between them. The hike was so hot and sweaty and we were all disgusting for the group photos at the top, and se ready to cool off, but the view was incredible. One moaning myrtle in our group decided to say 'well that wasn't really worth the ...