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Hotel Finca Tatin

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Raleigh, North Carolina
Reviewed 1 June 2014 via mobile

Really nice place in the jungle. I would've stayed longer if I could deal with the heat and humidity (not the finca's fault, obviously). Riverside place with good views and great food. Awesome, gentle pet rottweiler. Fair pricing on things given the isolation. Wifi was weak, but you're in the jungle...

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Florence, Italy
Reviewed 10 May 2014

Writing in english just for the huge number of american and european tourists coming in Guatemala. We reserved a bungalow by the river, just in the deep jungle. The room was amazing, with mosquito net, private room and fan. Amaca in terrace, silence, quiet and rest. Wilderness and green enivroment. We had a nice time, adventuring with the kayak session...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 May 2014

Stayed with friends for 2 nights and was overwhelmed by the whole experience. It's in the middle of the jungle only approachable by boats and kayaks - perfect for relaxing, but can get quite boring after some point. Staff are the best! the dog very friendly and relaxing at the hammocks is a must. You can jump in the river...

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Caledon, Canada
Reviewed 21 April 2014

After rearranging our plans in Livingston we were recommended to stay here. We had zero expectations! After staying at a known party hostel in Livingston for two nights we wanted some r and r and uninterrupted sleep. We waited at a dock in Livingston and we're picked up by one of the staff. The boat ride in was gorgeous. The...

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Reviewed 14 April 2014 via mobile

Stayed one night at this wonderful place before heading to Rio Dulce and we don't regret one second there. The atmosphere is amazing and the staff so friendly! Kayaking there was one of the best experiences of our three month journey through Central America. Make sure not to miss family dinner, food was great! Relaxing place to stay, see nature...

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Riyadh
Reviewed 6 April 2014 via mobile

I came here with low expectation, because I had my worst day in Guatemala in the town rio dulce. I'm a cheap traveler, so I don't like the prices I had to pay for dinner and lunch, because I don't have other options!! U r in the middle of the jungle, and no other way to move from place to...

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Huntington Beach, California
Reviewed 4 April 2014

This pretty hostel is situated on the way to Rio Dulce from Livingston in the mist of nowhere. It's definitely a place to relax, take a swim in the dirty river or go kayaking. It's a really nicely set up place, if you're in the mood for being "stuck" in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately you have to succumb to...

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Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 22 March 2014

PROs: The location is brilliant and just about 10 km from Livingston. The Finca is in the middle of the jungle at the river Tatin, but very close to the river Rio Dulce, which connects to Livingston. Endless kayak possibilities ar give + really nice nature experience. Dinner is served as a group thing with all guests (for those who...

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Rapid City, South Dakota
Reviewed 20 March 2014

This place in the jungle was highly rated by folks we met when we spent 12 weeks wandering about Guatemala and Honduras. It was really worth spending time there. The casitas were great and we went kayaking two days and hiking on two other days. Some folks we met kayaked or walked all the way to Livingstone and got a...

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Reviewed 6 March 2014 via mobile

The people are super nice and the main vibe is just incredible, a little piece of heaven!! With the best dinners in all Guatemala! ! I came for a day and stucked for another 4 days, this is definitely one of my favorite spots in Guatemala

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Finca Tatin is a hotel in the jungle, unique for it`s surroundings, and the simple and friendly atmosphere within.Owned by argentinian-italian globber trotter Carlos Simonini.Our place is special because we live in harmony with Nature; respect and protect the biodiversity while we work and live in the Rain Forest.How do we respect nature?If you look for a simple, relaxed time, good food, excellent company, wonderful places to explore, “FINCA TATIN IS YOUR DESTINATION”!Where is the Finca Tatin?Finca Tatin is on the Rio Tatin, a branch of the Rio Dulce. We are 20minutos boat from Livingston, the Caribbean Garifuna people, and 45 minutes by boat from Fronteras (Rio Dulce) .. ... more   less 

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Address: Rio Tatin, Barra de Lampara | Puerto Barrios, Livingston, Rio Dulce 18002, Guatemala
Region: Guatemala > Izabal Department > Rio Dulce > Livingston
Price Range: RM88 - RM216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 18
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Finca Tatin Livingston
Hotel Finca Tatin Guatemala/Livingston
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“The cabins by the river are the best!”
maria_e_andren, 19 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Bungalows up front have great river views but are also close to arrival dock and can get loud after dark.”
clariyandy, 6 Nov 2016 | Read review
“choose water front houses, they are brighter and lovely.”
krolikv, 11 Jul 2016 | Read review
“I paid extra to be on the water but there is enough dock space and hammocks there any room will be good.”
alisona986, 6 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Let them help you organize transportation.”
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