Banana Plantation And San Felipe With Lunch Tour
San Felipe Fortress
Built in the 17th century when marauding pirates were still a major problem for the area, visiting the Castillo de San Felipe is a great way to spend few hours. Explore damp inner halls and chambers where brave individuals once kept watch in an effort to keep are residents safe. This historical monument can be reached by land and water and lies at the place where Lake Izabal becomes the
Board your air conditioned coach, the ride will take you through a green landscape of farms and mountains, go over the largest bridge in Central America with a magnificent view of Rio Dulce, stop over the bridge for pictures taking and to admire the pristine rainforest. At the banana plantation see and learn how the bananas are selected and prepared ready for export. Return to The San Felipe Fortress and hear the stories of the Pirates that rob the gold from the Spaniards, walk into the fortress and walk thru the quarters were the Spaniard soldiers use to live.
Board a fiberglass boat in your way to Livingston and enjoy the must beautiful lazy river en Guatemala, Rio Dulce is the habitat for a large variety of birds and fish, we will pass by the Bird Island to take pictures, at the Lake of the Lilies, and at the Hot Water Springs. Stop for Lunch at a well known restaurant to enjoy a local meal. Continue to the canyon of the river with its 300 foot high walls, stop at Livingston for free time and short City tour of the village. Return to Ship.
Included in price: transportation, bilingual tour guide, Banana Plantation and Park entrance fees, lunch and bottle water.