Adventure Tours in Guatemala:
Sailing Tours in Guatemala and Belize
|Our sailboat is a classic Polynesian catamaran, 46 feet long and 20 feet wide. She was built in Victoria, Canada, in 1978 by James Wharram.
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|During our sailboat tours on the Rio Dulce or to Belize our passengers have lots of fun. Sometimes they get so excited they jump right off the boat ...
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|Our Sailing Tours includes all the meals. While our guests are having a good time, the crew work hard to prepare another excellent meal - lobster tails in this case.
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|Passenger who want to help catch dinner are most welcome to do so. We have fishing gear on board and sometimes the catch off the Belize Barrier Reef is spectacular.
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|We will show you the best part of this small country that's more Caribbean than Central American: crystal clear water, white sandy beaches and fascinating wildlife, both under and above water.
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|Diving the Belize Barrier Reef is an incredible experience you won't forget anytime soon.
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|Clear water and lush tropical vegetation all around - no wonder the Rio Dulce is Guatemala's #1 destination for sailors and watersports enthusiasts.
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Destinations in Guatemala
|Antigua Guatemala, UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site and Monument of the Americas, is world-famous for its magnificent colonial ambiance and year-round temperate climate.
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|Chichicastenango is home to Central America's largest outdoor market, where vendors from the entire Quiche region and beyond offer anything from Mayan ceremonial masks to souvenirs for tourists.
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|Its location on the southern shores of Lake Peten Itza makes Flores, the capital of Guatemala's Peten department, a popular stopover for travelers on the way to or from Tikal.
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|Iximche in the Western Highlands of Guatemala was the capital of the Kaqchikel Maya from 1470 to 1525. Iximche is a popular destination for day trips from Antigua or Guatemala City.
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|Lake Atitlan, a lake in the highlands of Guatemala, surrounded by mountains and three volcanoes, is often called the most beautiful lake in the world.
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|Livingston is Guatemala's only Garifuna settlement and attracts many visitors because of its unique ambiance. Of course our sailboat tours on the Rio Dulce and to Belize stop in Livingston.
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|The Mayan ruins of Quirigua are famous for intricate stone carvings. Located close to the main highway from Guatemala City to the Caribbean coast, they are easy to reach and well worth a visit.
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|Semuc Champey, where the Cahabon river flows underground for 350 m (1,150 ft) and a series of pools formed on a natural limestone bridge, is one of the most beautiful spots in Guatemala.
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