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Rio Dulce

Listed under River Trips in Guatemala.

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Sweet River runs through spectacular jungles of palms, teak and mahogany, 300 foot gorges which waterfalls cascade down and passes some pretty and remote Guatemalan villages on it’s journey between Livingston and Lake Izabal. Higher up the rivers popularity with sailboat borne visitors has been embraced and resorts and facilities built up among the howler monkeys and toucans.

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The Rhone starts its life on the Rhone Glacier in Switzerland and travels downhill quickly and with strong currents till it reaches Lake Geneva.

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