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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      Semuc champey - zephyr lodge

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Aug 24, 2014

      11 photos

      ... like that) but then come crunch time they couldn't do it.... Australia 1 England 0 After a little bit of lunch and resting our red and bruised bodies we started heading to the Semuc Pools which is where all the photos are taken and people swim. We hiked for 20 minutes to the view point but this "20 minute" hike felt like roughly 4 hours as it was stinking hot and we are all incredibly unfit, once we arrived we felt it was definitely worth it as we had ...

      Chillin' in Lanquin

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 04, 2014

      17 photos

      ... to maneuver our way into them. It was a very welcome change in temperature in the water and was so nice to be in there to cool off after our mini hike up. Hinesh happily let the little fishies eat at his feet (apparently they were exfoliating his feet….) I was meanwhile trying to flick them away, the feeling of fish eating at you is a little too disconcerting for yours truly. We stay in the cool waters for about 30 mins before eating our packed lunch from the hostel ...

      Down the River

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 25, 2014

      29 photos

      ... The river is extremely wide in places, to the point, it's almost the size of a lake (what constitutes a river?) so it seemed like we took a detour to Flower island. This small island was surrounded by thousands of water lily's. The island was inhabited by people seemingly living their traditional lives with houses on stilts over the water and wooden canoes for fishing.

      The next stop on our trip was ...

      Doña Grissda Maldonata

      A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 24, 2014

      10 photos

      ... succulent tropical fruits of the region. Of course, some sort of 1+ carb was served at every meal, usually in the form of sweet bread or tortillas. Even with pasta, there would be bread. Anyone who knows me knows that I'm obsessed with bread, but the amount of carbs at every meal was overwhelming at times. I tried to control my bread intake, but my will power is very limited when it comes to bread. Bread, cookies and piņa coladas are my weaknesses.

      Do you know what a Micoleon is?

      A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 11, 2014

      49 photos

      ... plastic to keep us dry. I have to say that was the best bus trip I've had all trip, it's definitely a lot nicer seeing the countryside from higher up, than being crammed into a hot bus! We arrived at the canyon and a local guy paddled us about 20mins up river in his boat and dropped us off, leaving us free to explore as much of the canyon as we liked. The river was flanked by two vertical walls that went right up at least 50m with tree's reaching up even higher ...