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Santo Tomás de Castilla is located in the eastern Gulf of Honduras coast on the Amatique Bay.
Santo Tomas Guatemala was originally settled in the 19th century by Belgian pioneers. The modest ruins at Quiriguá, has many fine sculptures, which represent some of the finest pieces from ancient Mesoamerica. The Dulce River flows into the largest lake in Guatemala, Lake Izabel, at the entrance of the lake rests the Spanish Castle of San Felipe, the 17th century fortress once served to keep pirates of the Caribbean at bay. Visit the Omagua Banana Plantation for a firsthand look at how Chiquita bananas are chosen cleaned and packaged. The area of Livingston has a scenic gorge rising to 300 feet in parts. The natural foliage and wild flowers make for picturesque photo opportunities and you will want to keep your ears open for the calls of the howler monkeys that inhabit the surrounding trees. In the harbour itself you will find various booths and stalls with natives selling crafts, gifts and food items.
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