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It's situated 170 kilometres to the northeast of Guatemala City, the national capital of Guatemala.
Everyone knows that spending time outside is good for your health and happiness. With that in mind, why wouldn't you travel 25 kilometres out of Izabal to Finca Paraiso Hot Springs? Copan hot springs, just 45 kilometres away, is another excellent option.
Take a step back through time as you wander around Quirigua Archaeological Site. This historical site has plenty of stories to tell.
Like to venture outwards? Mariscos is 10 kilometres to the east of Izabal and Finca Paraiso is 25 kilometres to the north. Hop in the car and find out what's happening out there!
Copan Ruinas is located 60 kilometres away from Izabal and is a vital part of the local area. Surrounding sights include the Copan Ruins, Central Park and Las Sepulturas Archaeological Site. Still got time to kill? The Camino Maya Recreational Center and the Sculpture Museum of Copan are also within easy reach.
Tickets? Check. Wallet? Check. But have you brought your appetite? With some delicious food and drink to gorge on in this part of the world, it's the one thing you won't want to travel without.
Are you fond of beans (frijoles)? What about chicken? Whether you're wild about them or not, they are two staple ingredients commonly used in the cooking here.
There's no need to dither over the restaurant menu when you're in Izabal. Just dive straight in and pick some of the region's most well-known dishes, such as chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) and gallo en chicha (chicken stew).
'Stressed' spelled backwards is 'desserts', and we don't believe in coincidences. There's no better way to wave goodbye to your worries than with coconut flan, a sweet treat that's often found on dining tables here.
If you're feeling rather thirsty and would like to indulge in a glass of amber nectar, we suggest Victoria. Go out for happy hour, mingle with the locals and drink up!
Do you like talking about the structure, balance and texture of a tasty glass of wine? Or do you prefer to pull the cork out and just enjoy it? Château DeFay White Merlot and Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot are what you should ask for here.
Before you pack up your belongings and say "Adiós", why not spend the last bits of your holiday allowance and buy yourself some lasting reminders of Izabal?
When it's time to fly off, allow yourself enough time to reach El Salvador International Airport (SAL). Located 220 kilometres to the south from the middle of Izabal, this is the closest terminal.
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