Discover the towering volcanoes, gorgeous lakes and ancient Mayan sites of El Salvador during this comprehensive trip. During your excursion you’ll explore the country’s numerous volcanoes, including the Izalco, Santa Ana and Cerro Verde Volcanoes. Each of these sky-high peaks harbors a wealth of unique ecosystems and plant life to explore. Then check out beautiful Lake Coatepeque before exploring the Mayan-era ‘Joya de Ceren’ archaeological site and the Pre-Columbian city of San Andrés. This full-day El Salvador adventure covers site entrance fees, a guide, and round-trip hotel transport.
Wind your way through the Cordillera Apaneca mountains as you follow El Salvador’s famous Flowers Route (Ruta de las Flores) on this full-day tour from San Salvador. Pass an endless panorama of wildflower filled valleys, coffee plantations and rolling hills as you journey along the 22-mile (36-km) trail and enjoy an itinerary tailored to your individual interests. Perhaps stop at the villages of Nahuizalco and Apaneca to peek into the artisan workshops; visit the Coffee Museum in Juayúa; or sample local specialties (own expense) like paella in the colonial town of Juayúa.
Scale the 7,822-foot (2,384-meter) summit of the Santa Ana volcano, El Salvador’s highest peak, on this moderate full-day hike, including round-trip transport from San Salvador. Tackle the mighty mountain with or without a guide, stopping along the way to soak up the scenery of the Cerro Verde National Park and tuck into a picnic lunch (included) overlooking the glittering Lake Coatepeque. Hike for a total of around 4 hours on marked trails, including some steep and challenging sections.
Discover the towering volcanoes, idyllic small towns and colonial heritage of El Salvador during this comprehensive 9-hour trip. Explore the country's most famous volcanoes, enjoying panoramic views of Izalco Volcano and hiking the eco-trails near Cerro Verde Volcano. Spend your afternoon discovering El Salvador’s ‘Flowers Route,’ an area of beautiful scenery, colonial towns and indigenous culture, stopping for guided tours of Nahuizalco and the coffee-making center of Ataco. This full-day El Salvador adventure includes entrance fees, a guide and round-trip hotel transport.
Relive the glory of the mighty Mayan empire with this half- or full-day tour of the most notable Mayan ruins in El Salvador. Explore the fascinating pre-Columbian villages of San Andrés and UNESCO-listed Joya de Cerén. After a typical Salvadoran lunch (own expense), admire the colonial landmarks of Santa Ana and stand in awe before El Salvador’s largest pyramid at the Tazumal archeological site in Chalchuapa.
Commune with the ancient Mayan civilization during this 8-hour visit to some of the culture’s top archaeological sites in El Salvador. Check out the impressive village of Joya de Cerén, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was preserved many centuries ago by a volcanic eruption. Then wander among the pyramids at the Mayan ceremonial center of San Andrés and see the largest pyramid in the country at Tazumal. This Mayan-themed trip also includes a guide, entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
Get acquainted with the colonial delights of Antigua on a full-day trip to Guatemala’s prettiest city from San Salvador. After crossing the El Salvador and Guatemala border, you’ll marvel at top Antigua attractions such as La Merced Cathedral, the Jade Museum (Museo del Jade) and Santa Catalina Arch. From the elevated lookout point of Cerro de la Cruz, you’ll admire views of Pacaya Volcano and learn about Antigua’s colonial history from your guide. On this small-group tour, limited to 15 people, round-trip transport from your San Salvador hotel is included.
Discover the unearthly landscapes and natural splendor of El Imposible National Park on a full-day private tour from San Salvador. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, explore the verdant wonders of this Eden-like expanse in search of exotic birds and dramatic gorges. Discover why the park is steeped in local legend and ancient mystery as you follow dense, forested trails and wade in the refreshing waters of rivers. Enjoy the undivided attention of your guide on this private tour, the itinerary and commentary of which can be tailored according to your interesting.
Tazumal and Ruta Maya Tour is the perfect experience if you are a lover of archeology. El Salvador has been for millennia the home of different civilizations. Joya de Ceren, San Andres and Tazumal are three archaeological sites that were important witnesses of one of the most developed civilizations, the Mayans. If you are in El Salvador you can not miss this experience.We will start early in the morning heading to one of the archaeological sites that has amazed archaeologists and visitors from different parts of the world. Our first stop on this tour is Joya de Ceren.
Explore the magical colonial city of Suchitoto on this guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, learn about Suchitoto’s history and architecture with an informative local guide, visit landmark buildings like the theater and church of Santa Lucia, stop by galleries and coffee shops, and experience the region’s natural beauty with a visit to the amazing Los Tericos waterfall.
The capital of El Salvador, San Salvador, is only a 90-minute ride from Acajutla. This tour includes visits to the most important areas including the residential/business district of Santa Elena, Salvador del Mundo Plaza, El Rosario Church, Monsignor Romero memorial site, Plaza Barrios and Plaza Morazan. Coin museum, Natonal palace. If time avaliable enjoy a cup of gurmet coffee in any of the coffee shops at city center, prepared by barista.
Experience the gorgeous natural scenery of El Cerro Verde National Park and the ancient Mayan village of Joya de Cerén on this 8-hour day trip. Journey to this postcard-worthy national park, nestled among three active volcanoes, for a nature hike and great views of Coatepeque Lake. Before returning to San Salvador, stop by the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Joya de Cerén, a one-time Mayan village preserved by a volcanic eruption. Your trip includes a guide, site entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
Immerse yourself in small village life and indigenous culture during this 8-hour tour of some of El Salvador’s most idyllic rural towns. Discover Izalco, the picturesque community at the base of Izalco Volcano, and explore the produce at the market in Nahuizalco. You’ll also get to admire the murals of Salcoatitan and check out the colorful village of Ataco. Your villages tour also includes a guide and round-trip hotel transport.
Soak up the sun, sand and surf of one of El Salvador’s best beach areas, Costa del Sol, during this day excursion to an exclusive private beach club. Treat yourself to the club’s wealth of amenities, including gorgeous beach views, a swimming pool, full-service restaurant and games for the kids. Once you arrive, you'll soon realize why this sandy stretch of coast has become one of Salvadoreans’ favorite getaway spots. Your beach trip also includes a $15 voucher for lunch or drinks and round-trip hotel transport.
Make the most of your layover in El Salvador as you relax and unwind on this full-day trip to La Hojas Beach from San Salvador airport. Slip away from the noise and commotion of the airport to spend your day sunbathing, swimming, enjoying an included lunch and sipping on refreshing drinks at this beautiful beach, located just 20 minutes away. Your airport layover beach excursion also covers round-trip airport transport, a guide and a meal.
Explore El Salvador’s Mayan history and its colonial past on this 8-hour visit to the Cihuatan archaeological site and the villages of La Palma and Suchitoto. Walk in the footsteps of the Maya as you check out the ancient trading center of Cihuatan, admiring its pyramids, ball courts, palaces and civic buildings, and learning about Mayan culture and customs. You’ll also explore the rich artistic heritage of La Palma and its resident artist Fernando Llort, then discover the colonial town of Suchitoto. Your trip also includes a guide and round-trip hotel transport.
If you are visiting El Salvador, one of the things you can't miss is to hike up the highest volcano in the country.Ilamatepec volcano or more popularly known as Santa Ana Volcano is an active volcano located on the western side of El Salvador.Enjoy an intermediate hike level surrounded by nature, amazing views of Coatepeque lake, Izalco volcano, and the ocean. On top of the volcano, you will find a beautiful green bubbling lagune waiting for you.A nice van with a/c and a professional driver is included in the tour.
El Salvador’s capital offers you the chance to discover the History, Culture, Nature and Local Flavors of the Central America country.Why El Salvador is known as the Land of the Volcanoes? Which is the connection between Nahuatl language and El Salvador? Who are called guanacos in El Salvador? Why do people pay with US Dollars in San Salvador?You will have the chance to start the day with a walk on the majestic San Salvador and then enjoy a walking tour around the historical spots, monuments, landmarks, and buildings from the city.Get ready to experience El Salvador from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal interesting facts about San Salvador.
The Gulf of Fonseca part of the Pacific Ocea, is a gulf on Central America, bordering El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. This is an ideal eco destination for nature and adventure lovers. The area offers the chance to see dolphins bobbing along the surface and it is known around the world for its sea-turtle population. The vegetation is predominately mangrove, with tangled wetland forests stifling the shore, beyond which are rugged volcanic hills. The long neglected islands host modest sandy coves and small fishing communities. It is also the home of some of the country’s best beaches are in the area.
It couldn’t be easier to get out of the city and explore Lake Coatepeque on this guided tour from San Salvador. In just one day, visit one of El Salvador’s top natural attractions, where you can spend free time dining, walking, or even renting a boat to take out on the turquoise waters of the volcanic caldera.