Trips up the Río Dulce
Tour agencies in town offer day trips up the Río Dulce to Río Dulce town, as do most local boatmen at the Lívingston dock. Many...
Los Siete Altares
About 5km (1½-hours' walk) northwest of Lívingston along the shore of Bahía de Amatique, Los Siete Altares is a series of freshwater...
Beaches in Lívingston itself are disappointing, as buildings or vegetation come right down to the water's edge in most places. Those...
A handful of bars down on the beach to the left of the end of Calle Principal pull in travelers and locals at night (after about 22:00...
This is the place to come for baked goods. Especially recommended are the coconut bread and pineapple pie.
Lonely Planet review
Boat trips go to the Seven Altars, but locals say it's better to walk there to experience the natural beauty and the Garífuna people along the way. About halfway along, next to the rope bridge is Gaviota's Restaurant , serving decent food and ice-cold beers and soft drinks.