Rio Dulce, Livingston

3.7
#4 of 7 in Parks in Rio Dulce
Take a calm, peaceful boat ride down in the surroundings of dense green jungle at Rio Dulce. The 43 km (27 mi) long river is popular amongst fisherman and cruising sail boats, featuring a small Spanish colonial fort at the mouth, which was built to protect merchants from local pirates. Find one of Cental America’s largest bridges, spanning the river. Make your way down to the bridge and stop at one of the towns on either side. Put Rio Dulce at the forefront of your travel plans using our Livingston journey website .
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  • Ever made a boat trip immersed in nature ? The journey from Livingston to the village of Rio Dulce allows you to see a pristine landscape (the water a little less ... floating plastics are not an immensity but a piece here a piece accompanies it all the way.) Interesting stops at some community that lives in the forest.
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  • A good boat ride from Livingston to the Castle of San Felipe, you can see many birds and lots of vegetation. Very interesting hot springs.
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