Livingston is a city in Guatemala located by the Caribbean Sea, at the mouth of the Rio Dulce and on the Gulf of Honduras. No land route connects it to the rest of the country, it can only be reached by boat.
The majority of the inhabitants of Livingston are Garifuna, descendants from a mix of Amerindian and African people, brought to the Caribbean centuries ago. The people of Livingston make a living mainly from fishing, farming and tourism, which has developed a little. In Guatemala, the Garifuna live almost exclusively in Livingston.