Río Dulce National Park, Izabal, Guatemala

Driven by a group of local women who started with the goal of contributing to the daily sustenance of the family. Traditionally, they have been dedicated to the artisanal fishing, and with the development of this tourist undertaking, the members of their families have been made aware that the respect and protection of the environment, are important for a local development

Gastronomic Workshop
Enjoy the Gastronomic Workshop by preparing a delicious ceviche with fish and coconut, “Queen Conch” snail or shrimp. Enjoy it with plantain made of yucca, a refreshing natural beverage and a dessert made of Jocote de Mico, a unique fruit of the region. Connect your senses with a hike through the tropical rainforest, surrounded by the Caribbean nature and environment.

The site offers 3 bedrooms with a shared bathroom and capacity for 1 to 2 people in each room. It is a wooden cabin with a palm roof, surrounded by the tropical rainforest. It is ideal for resting and enjoying the scenic beauty offered by awesome Río Dulce.

Local Cuisine
Taste here the traditional dishes of the Guatemalan Caribbean region.

Cayo Quemado Women’s committee
El Manglar Restaurant, Cayo Quemado
What does it offer? Excursions, restaurant and accommodation
Río Dulce Natural Park
Comunidad Cayo Quemado, Livingston, Izabal, Guatemala
How to Get
From Guatemala City take the highway CA-9 North, towards Puerto Barrios, which is approximately 300 kilometers away. Arriving at Puerto Barrios, head towards the Municipal Pier on 12th Street, to take the public boat to Livingston, which operates from Monday to Sunday from 6:30 am to 7:30 am, 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. The boat trip takes approximately 30 minutes. Already in Livingston, you can rent a private boat to Cayo Quemado, in the same public pier. The trip could take about 35 minutes.
Datos de contacto
Name: Margarita Ramirez
Phone: + 502 5767-1651