Tag: nature

MORAZÁN PROVINCE AND PERQUÍN, A GUERRILLA’S CAPITAL

“Where the wind whispers stories”.

The small mountain town of Perquín is home to the Museo de la Revolución Salvadoreña. Here a former guerrilla fighter turned into Museum Guide will tell you the story from the perspective of guerrilla army. With exhibits of weapons, war trophies, important documents, photos and political propaganda posters used during the conflict. There is also a recreation of the clandestine Radio Venceremos transmission studio with some of the original equipment displayed.

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HIKE THE LEGENDARY CAYAGUANCA CRAG

The locals say is a meteorite embedded on one side of the hill. No matter the origin La Peña de Cayaguanca is a great way to know one of the most scenic regions of El Salvador.
A Mountain Range that is right on the limits with Honduras. And is also home of some of the highest peaks of Salvador.
Start the hike from the colorful a traditional mountain village. Walk through fincas, communities, milpas (corn fields) and see how real countryside is. Greet the friendly and tireless peasants while ascending on the steep sides of the hill.

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