The Hotel Caleta Azul is situated on a precious island on the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. This relaxing hotel is surrounded by lush nature and you will spot many exotic birds that frequent the area. Their private beach on the Pacific ocean invites to swim or just be! The Hotel Caleta Azul also offers water related activities such as scuba diving and sports fishing. Fishing enthusiasts will find Dorado, Marlin, Tuna and Sail Fish migrating through this area. The Hotel Caleta Azul has spacious bungalows in various configurations and includes space for up to 40 guests. It offers a warm personalized attention to all its clients.
The Hotel Caleta Azul consists of various bungalows that provide for comfortable rooms. The rooms feature air conditioning, a queen bed and a single bed, private bath room, outside patio with hamocks and ventilation. Also on the premises you will find an excellent restaurant that serves Caribbean and International food, a bar, swimming pool and a tour desk which can organize private excursions to Antigua and Panajachel, diving and fishing.
- Air Condition
- Swimming Pool
- WiFi Internet
The Pacific Coast of Guatemala stretches 250km (155 miles) from the Mexican border in the West to the border with El Salvador to the East. Black volcanic sand beaches are very common along the coast; mangrove swamps irrigated by numerous rivers behind and lush, subtropical forests further inland. Agriculture is the prime industry, with extensive coffee, sugar cane, cotton and banana plantations. As well as enjoying water sports and swimming on the coast and exploring the rainforests and swamps with their unique habitats, visitors can also tour several important archaeological sites.
After Puerto Barrios on the Caribbean Puerto Quetzal is the country’s second-largest port. It is connected to Guatemala City by a modern highway. There are several seaside resorts on either side of Puerto Quetzal where a variety of water-sports are being practiced. The waters here have abundant marine life (such as red snapper, tarpon, bass and sailfish) and the deep sea fishing is rated highly.
To the west, an interesting journey can be taken from the Old Spanish port of Iztapa through the Chiquimulilla Canal, which runs through mangrove swamps rich with plant life such as water lilies and irises. This canal is part of the Monterrico Nature Reserve, which was created to conserve coastal wildlife such as the green iguana, marine turtle and crocodile.
Monterrico is probably the most popular beach destination in Guatemala and the little town offers several hotels and restaurants. To get to town, visitors leave their cars in a parking lot and take a boat for a short ride through mangroves along the Chiquimulilla Canal. Monterrico is a great place to relax, eating fresh seafood and of course for swimming. The Monterrico Natural Reserve includes mangrove swamps and lagoons. Those areas are a great place for bird watching. The park also has a center for protecting sea turtles and a small zoo featuring local animals.