Port of Livingston is located in the town of Livingston, Guatemala, under the jurisdiction of the province of Izabal. It is located in the eastern part of the country, 65 kilometers from the capital of Puerto Barrios. It was built in 1831. It has an area of 1,940 square kilometers, an altitude of 3 meters, and a population of 48,588 in 2002.
Livingston is a town in the province of Izabal in eastern Guatemala, located at the port of Río Dulce in the Gulf of Honduras. The town is the municipal government of the municipal government of the same name. The nearby Port of Barrios is Guatemala’s main port in the Caribbean.
Livingston is famous for its unusual Garífuna, African Caribbean, Maya and Ladono people, and culture. In recent decades, Livingston has developed a large-scale tourism industry. The Port of Livingston is mainly used to transport tourists and a small amount of cargo.
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Livingston (Port Code:GTLIV) is a port town in eastern Guatemala, located at the mouth of Río Dulce River flowing into Gulf of Honduras (Caribbean Sea). Regularly scheduled ferries connect Livingston with Puerto Barrios (several crossings daily) and with Punta Gorda Belize (twice weekly - on Tuesdays and Fridays). Another ferryboat transports exclusively tourists. All access to Livingston is only by sea (via marine vessels) as the town has no road connections to the rest of the country.
As cruise port, Livingston Guatemala was first included in Ponant Cruises 2019-2020 itinerary program on the newbuild liner Le Champlain (launched 2018). During winter season (November 2019 through February 2020), the cruise ship had scheduled 14x 7-day voyages roundtrip from Puerto Morelos.
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