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Playa Blanca, Livingston
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Isolated from the hectic everyday life, Playa Blanca serves a relaxing getaway with a mesmerizing Caribbean landscape. Grab a hammock and enjoy a good book while your view spreads across the blue sea. Feel the fine white sand massaging your feet, look for a shady place under the palm and coconut trees fringing the beach, or grab a meal from a nearby restaurant. The beach is accessible only by boat, so arrange for transportation well in advance of your visit. Put Playa Blanca into our Livingston trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Me encantó este sitio. Hemos tenido suerte en que la temporada no es alta y la playa era solo para nosotros. Muy bonita y tranquila. El personal es súper amable y la oferta de bebidas y comidas es muy... read more »I loved this site. We were fortunate in that the season is not high and the beach was only for us. Very nice and quiet. The staff is super friendly and the offer of drinks and food is very good. What I recommend!show original
Un lugar hermoso para descansar, sin embargo un poco sucia cuando hay fiestas en ella, el agua no es cristalina pero perfecta para los peques si pueden lleven una casa de acampar para protegerse del s... read more »Somewhere beautiful for rest, however a little dirty when there are holidays in it, the water is not crystalline but perfect for kids if they can carry a House campsite to protect themselves from the Sunshow original
Fui con muchas expectativas, por ser una playa del caribe. La arena es blanca, es un lindo paisaje, un lugar fotogénico y apto para relajarse unas 2-3 horas. El agua, sin embargo, no es color turquesa... read more »I went with many expectations, by being a beach in the Caribbean. The sand is white, a beautiful landscape, a photogenic and place suitable to relax about 2-3 hours. The water, however, not is color turquoise or Crystal, by the contrary, is a little dirty, perhaps by the boats that arrive. It is also very warm, almost hot. Even so, it is one of the attractions of the area. They charge 20 quetzales to enter, even if it is a beach, but they attributed it to maintenance, as certainly there are toilets, showers, chairs, hammocks and lounge chairs for use. The collection, however, is not optional.show original
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