Río Dulce National Park, Sarstún River Multiple Use Area and Livingston, Izabal, Guatemala – Nombre de Dios National Park, Cangrejal River, Atlántida, North Coast of Honduras.

Circuits in the Caribe Maya
If you like the adrenaline and riding a bike is your thing, adventure yourself through these protected areas of incomparable beauty while the host communities share with you their valuable natural and cultural legacy.


  • Make a tour riding a mountain bike through a rural path of approximately 6 kilometers from Livingston to the Mayan Q’eqch’i community Plan Grande Quehueche.
  • Visit Cueva del Tigre (Tiger Cave), a spectacular rocky formation where you can enjoy the scenic view and take a bath in a natural pool.
  • Come to Agua Caliente Natural Spa, where you will be able to observe stalagmites and stalactites as well as fossil remains of animals. You should then relax in a natural sauna cave, which releases steam from the bowels of the Earth. The local guides will give you naturally mineralized clay from the cave, so that you can prepare yourself an amusing and healthy face mask. Finally, take a bath in the sulphureous thermal waters, enjoying the spectacular view of Río Dulce and an exotic natural beverage.
  • Make an unforgettable journey in cayuco (canoe) by the mangroves to the Bird Island in Cayo Quemado.
  • Enjoy snorkeling in the river to observe different tropical fishes and the adventure of tubing in Cangrejal river.
  • Explore or take a photographic wildlife tour by the Guaruma path, in the basin of the Cangrejal river, taking a walk in which you will learn about local flora and fauna.
  • Make an optional half-day tour to the Cuero y Salado wildlife refuge with a train ride, symbol of the area´s banana heritage, to the Salado River bar, to visit water trails and observe the impressive nature of the place.

To book the circuit you can contact the Reservation Center or your local agent