Hotelito Perdido, Livingston, Guatemala

A 25 minute boatride away from Livingstonīs docks, through stunning forest-covered raveines, lies the spectacular Hotelito Perdido. The resort with its tropical gardens and open environment are a sanctuary for humming birds, butterflies and many other species of wildlife. Hotelito Perdido is a prime destination where you can forget about your worries and watch days pass by whilst swinging in a hammock.

For the more adventurous, there are loads of things to keep you occupied. The hostel is strategically located close to hotsprings, some great jungle treks and nature reserves. The Hotelito itself is situated within a national park and is built from local materials.

In the hostel garden you'll find some of the tasty ingredients for the hearty meals on offer throughout the day. The frijoles and homemade bread are not to be missed!!

The creativity of the hospitable owners Aska and Chris can also be found in the construction of the resort, which runs on solar power and has an equisite interior where a upturned boat serves as a minibar. There is also a small library.

Hotelito Perdido offers you a jungle sensation in a relaxing environment, where swimming and kayaking are just a few of the things to do to get in touch with nature.

Important note: Because of Hotelito Perdidoīs isolated location no shops or ATMīs are nearby. As such, it's best to call in advance for availability. Please also inform the hostel before 2pm if you would like dinner that evening. For those wishing to self cater, remember and stock up on goods while you are in Livingston and bring enough money to last you the duration of your stay.
facilities...
Dorm beds are available from 45 Quetzales, and also 2 to 3 person bungalows. The cabana-style hostel provides these bungalows with bathroom for 180 Quetzales and 120 Quetzales for a bungalow with external bathroom and toilet.

The hostel serves breakfast, lunch and dinner for reasonable prices. Drinks and snacks are also available.

Kayaks can be rented, as well as Cayucos. A library and book exchange is also available.

The following tours are available:
Jungle trek to Livingston: 100 Quetzales
Short trek in jungle: 50 Quetzales
Manatee Reserve / Biotopo Chocon Machacas reserve kayak tour: 120 Quetzales
Transportation to Rio Dulce with public transportation costs: 125 Quetzales.
How to get there...
The hostel can pick up guests in Livingston for 40 Quetzales until 4pm. After this time it can be somewhat tricky. Public transportation to the hostel costs 50 Quetzales.
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Report & Photos by: Kim Schregardus & Mark Hommerson
Contact Info...
25 Minutes from Livingston
572 515 76
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