THE DESTINATIONS

All destinations have been designed based on my experience on the field and taking in count opinions, comments and reviews from people like you.

All places have been explored, tested and tasted to asure they achieve the standards and quality you expect.

I divided the different destinations in three major categories:

NATURE AND AVENTURE DESTINATIONS

Specially oriented for those who’d like to be in touch with natural environments, explore national parks, hike active volcanoes, get into the wild or “just switch tape”.
Hiking Ilamatepec volcano, also known as Santa Ana, is a top destination: it is the tallest volcano in El Salvador and one of ...
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In 5,000 hectares, El Imposible National Park is home to over 400 species of trees. The Ceiba and Ojuste  are ...
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Cerro Verde make up the Eastern most tip of the Sierra de Apaneca mountain range. Formed by more than a ...
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Guazapa is en extinct volcano located North in San Salvador province, few kilometers West from Suchitoto. It was during El ...
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El Salvador is a great destination for kayaking enthusiasts, advanced or newbies. Volcanic calderas, mangrove estuaries, rivers and wetlands are ...
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The locals say is a meteorite embedded on one side of the hill. No matter the origin La Peña de ...
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El Salvador is one of the countries in the world with more volcanoes per square kilometer. There’s around 26 volcanoes ...
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HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL DESTINATIONS

If you want to know the heritage of our country. Where Salvadorans come from? What made us Salvadorans? This small country is rich in history, culture, tradition and folclore.
Discover the secrets of this modern and contrasting city located in the heart of El Salvador. San Salvador is one ...
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No, it’s not Japanese. The name Suchitoto actually comes from the native Nahuat language that means “Place of flowers and ...
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Joya de Cerén is a snapshot of the life of a Mayan community buried in volcanic ash during an eruption ...
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Ruta de las Flores is 36 Km road that winds through the mountains between Sonsonate and Ahuachapán provinces. Set in ...
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Born in 1917, Monseñor Oscar Romero is perhaps the best known Salvadoran worldwide. After being named San Salvador Archbishop in ...
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Tazumal and Casa Blanca Archaeological Parks located in the city of Chalchuapa were important regional trade and ceremonial centers. The ...
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“Where the wind whispers stories”. The small mountain town of Perquín is home to the Museo de la Revolución Salvadoreña ...
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SUN & LEISURE DESTINATIONS

Dark volcanic beaches, warm sunny weather (most of the time), great cuisine, relaxing hot springs pools or the excitement of surfing some of the best waves on the Pacific. You name it.
Set on the slopes of Cordillera del Bálsamo La Libertad beaches is a series of dark volcanic sand coastline with ...
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For decades La Libertad beaches were a well kept secret among surfers around the world. Nowadays this series of small ...
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One of the most beautiful and best kept getaways in El Salvador: a series of swimming pools with steamy hot ...
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Jiquilisco Bay is one of the richest marine eco-systems throughout Central America: the mangroves. This is a system of canals ...
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With an area of about 3,200 Km² the Gulf of Fonseca is shared by Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador. The ...
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Distances generally are short and most of the roads en between tourist attractions and destinations are in good shape so it’s easy to mix activities.
Would you like to hike the tallest volcano in the country and party at the beach the same night? No problem! The next morning you can always do some early surfing and on the afternoon visit an archaeological site, do waterfall jumping or explore San Salvador city.
Always in the safest way, with clear and accurate information, flexibility and, most important, personal attention.

Come on, join me and let’s Explore El Salvador 🇸🇻

If you’re interested in any particular destination, activity, place or event feel free to inquiere. I’ll be glad to help you.