Rivers in Guatemala

The Polochic River
The Polochic River is a 194-kilometre (121 mi) long river in eastern Guatemala. It flows eastwards through a deep valley and flows into Lake Izabal at 15.46667°N 89.36667°W Coordinates: 15.46667°N 89.36667°W. The river is navigable for 30 kilometres (19 mi) to Panzós. It was used many years ago to transport coffee and timber, but most commercial transport in the river valley is now carried out by truck.

Achiguate River
Acomé River
Aguacapa River
Belize River
Blanco River
Bobos River
Cabajchum River
Cabúz River
Cahabón River
Cancuén River
Chahal River
Chisna River
Chixoy River
Chiyu River
Chocón Machacas River
Chocón River
Coyolate River
Cuilco River
Cutzulchimá River
Dulce River
El Tambor River
Franco River
Gracias a Dios River
Grijalva River
Gulf of Honduras
Gulf of Mexico
Hondo River
Icán River
Ixben River
Ixcán River
Ixtacapa River
Jalapa River
Jupilingo River
Lacantún River
Lake Amatitlán
Lake Izabal
Lanquin River
Las Animas River
Las Manzanas River
Las Vacas River
Lempa River
Los Esclavos River
Machaquila River
Madre Vieja River
María Linda River
Matanzas River
Michatoya River
Moho River
Mopan River
Motagua River
Mujulia River
Nahualate River
Naranjo River
Nentón River
Nica River
Nil River
Nima I River
Nima River
Oc River
Ocosito River
Ostúa River
Pacific Ocean
Pantaleón River
Pasabien River
Pasión River
Paso Hondo River
Paz River
Petacalapa River
Polochic River
Poxte River
Río Grande de Zacapa
Salamá River
Salinas River
Samalá River
San Crostobal River
San Juan River
San Pedro River
San Román River
Sarstoon River
Seleguá River
Sibinal River
Siguacán River
Sís River
Suchiate River
Tzalá River
Usumacinta River
Villalobos River
Xalbal River
Xaya River