When staying at Catamaran Island Hotel and Marina, you will not only enjoy our facilities and incomparable service, but you will also get to know the best tourist attractions in the area, thanks to our privileged location. Our reservations department will gladly help you coordinate excursions to any of the following places.
It is a white sand beach located in the Guatemalan Caribbean Sea. It is one of the best beaches you can find in Guatemala, surrounded by nature, palm trees and crystal clear waters.

You can camp and you will not find any kind of building. It is a small paradise to enjoy the sun, water or just relax under a palm tree.
Playa Blanca
Siete Altares
Its name, Siete Altares, comes from seven pools of clean and calm waters that make up this place. There are more pools, but seven are distinguished by their size And beauty. It is a protected area that has a great variety of wealth natural characteristic of the region.

You can see crabs, butterflies, fish and exotic wildlife in their natural habitat. Hunting is totally prohibited. To arrive, just take a boat from Livingston and in a few minutes to get to this paradisiacal place.




It is a Guatemalan municipality of the department of Izabal, located at 15 kilometers by boat from Puerto Barrios. Livingston is mainly populated by inhabitants of the Garífuna ethnic group, who were in the middle of the century XVIII, and is one of the main tourist attractions of the country. its gastronomy is unique and its main dishes are the "Rice and Beans", the tapado and the famous coconut bread.

It combines Caribbean beaches with crystal clear waters, palm trees, exuberant vegetation, white sand, jungle, the splendid Rio Dulce canyon and a rich fauna in the which abound a great variety of marine birds and other tropical birds.
Livingston
Finca Paraíso
Finca Paraíso is located on the shores of Lake Izabal, in the municipality of El Estor, whose main attraction is a large waterfall hot, which is one of those phenomena that seldom nature gives us, because even in the morning, you can Observe the steaming water vapor that bounces.

In contrast, at the foot of the waterfall, are the cold waters of the River San Antonio, whose mixture of This makes the farm a unique place.




It is a fortress located at the mouth of the Rio Dulce and Lake Izabal in the east of Guatemala.

It was built in the 17th century to protect the Colonial properties against pirate attacks.

The castle of San Felipe was exposed to repeated pirate attacks until the 18th century, defending a high maritime traffic.

It was also used for a long time as prison. Now it happened to be one of the most visited tourist attractions in Sweet River.
Castillo de San Felipe
Lake Izabal
Lake Izabal is the largest lake in Guatemala. Its waters, exposed to very strong storms, they have an abundance of fish, and their shores are populated by large numbers of herons, variety of waterfowl and many mammals The sunsets are amazing.