Punta Manabique, Guatemala – Photo Essay

Punta Manabique is one of the most untouched and unseen areas of all of Guatemala! The only way to get there is to hire a private boat which can run you around $200 from Livingston, Izabal, and chances are you won’t even get to it because the waters can get so choppy. We were able to get half way to a deserted area which still took us a good one hour and thirty minutes.

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Our Boat Parked On a Deserted Stretch of Sand

Parked At Punta Manabique

Lonely Abandoned House

Lonely Abandoned House


Coconut Time

Coconut Time


Yum Yum – I love Fresh Coconut

fresh Coconut

Exploring the Area

Exploring the beach - kid activity

Lonely Beach

Lonely Beach Guatemala


Taking Off from Our Little Island

Taking Off from the Island

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One Response to Punta Manabique, Guatemala – Photo Essay

  1. Cool photos! Deserted beaches, gotta love them! 🙂
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