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Livingston is a small city along Guatemala's northern Caribbean coastline. The town can only be reached by boat from a number of places in Guatemala and from Belize. It a major Garifuna town, descendants of a mix of African slaves and Carib Indians from the island of St. Vincent further east in the Caribbean.
There are multiple daily connections from both Rio Dulce and Puerto Barrios in Guatemala, and internationally you can travel twice weekly to Punta Gorda, Belize (7:00am on Friday and Tuesday) and usually daily to Omoa in Honduras as well. There is also a combined boat-bus shuttle to La Ceiba, Honduras, which leaves Livingston early morning in time to meat the last ferry to Roatan or Utila.
|Rios Tropicales||Calle Principal||guesthouse||-|
|Vecchia Toscana||Barrio Paris||Hotel||-|
|Casa De La Iguana||Barrio Marco Sanchez Diaz||HOSTEL||84|
|Casa Nostra||Calle Marcos Sanchez Diaz||GUESTHOUSE||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
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