Fun Info About Rio Dulce
Rio Dulce, sweet river, flows from Izabal Lake on Guatemala’s Caribbean Coast to the Atlantic ocean. This is a great area for nature lovers because of its abundance in wildlife. Interestingly enough, you will also find a medieval fort once used to protect the area from pirates.
There is so much to do in this area from Kayaking, to boat tours, to sailing to fishing, to simply just chilling out.
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Hotels in Rio Dulce
Rio Dulce has plenty of lodging options of all sorts for all tastes. Some are located on the shores of the river, others are in the middle of the tropical forest and some are on small islands on the river.
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Fun Things To Do In Rio Dulce
Rio Dulce, Guatemala’s Amazon, is rich in fauna, flora & rain forest. Imagine how many adventure options there here to enjoy this tropical habitat.
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General Information about Rio Dulce
Rio Dulce’s town of Fronteras is the gateway to Guatemala’s Caribbean Coast and at one point was extremely important for Guatemala’s economy & trade. Now it’s a great place for travelers to enjoy its natural beauties, and is home to one of the largest sailing communities and yacht clubs in Central America.
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