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.
Thanks to its small size, El Salvador is a great country to explore on a day trip. This tour of the Ruta de las Flores takes you from San Salvador up into colonial mountain towns, where a delightful menu of options like dining, sightseeing, and visiting hot springs awaits. Best of all, door-to-door transportation is included for peace of mind.
Ride a wave of relaxation through El Salvador’s beach area of Playa El Tunco, during this 6-hour exploration of one of the country’s top surfing spots. Enjoy the sun, sand and surf at Playa El Tunco, observing the local surfers at play. You can even choose to jump in the water for a lesson of your own. Then visit a beach club for great ocean views, a pool and an included seafood lunch. Finish your day with a trip to Fisherman’s Wharf at La Libertad. Your beach trip also covers a guide and round-trip hotel transport.
Explore the town of Suchitoto and find out why it’s considered the cultural capital of El Salvador. First, visit the must-see Museo Casa de Don Alejandro Cotto, followed by a walk around town, stopping at attractions such as the Santa Lucía Church. After lunch (which is not included), hop aboard a boat and enjoy a trip around Suchitlan Lake.
Experience El Salvador’s nature and culture on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, head to Alegría Village and marvel at the turquoise waters of its lagoon—called the “Emerald of America” by the Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral. Then, enjoy a delicious complimentary lunch, learn about Alegría’s history, and admire crafts and magnificent flowers at a local farm.
Experience El Salvador’s nature and culture on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, travel with an informative local guide to Chiquito River and ascend El Salvador’s tallest peak, Cerro El Pital. Admire picturesque views before heading to a flower and vegetable farm, Roca Partida, for a delicious complimentary lunch. Finish the day with a tour of two traditional villages known for their crafts.
Just beyond the borders of San Salvador, the Mayan ruins of Joya de Ceren and Tazumal introduce visitors to El Salvador’s ancient roots. Alongside a guide, discover the UNESCO World Heritage-listed village of Joya de Ceren, and then take in views of Lake Coatepeque from the peak of the Tazumal pyramid. End your tour with a quick visit to downtown Santa Ana, a charming colonial city.
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.
San Salvador is a city full of history and beauties. The capital of San Salvador has many monuments , impressive cathedrals, Eco- Parks, great people etc. This city tour is very important so you can learn about the myths, progress, historical places and traditions of El Salvador.
Certainly, Pupusas are the most popular typical dish of El Salvador. It was declared by salvadorean congress as the National dish of the country due its cultural significance. It even has its own national day celebrated on second Sunday every November! Take this quick and exquisite tour during your layover at El Salvador International Airport.First, take a sightseeing tour the re-designed San Salvador City Center. Visit Plaza, Libertad, Plaza Gerardo Barrios and also Plaza Morazán. You will have also a panoramic views of the most important iconic monuments of the Historical Center: the National Palace, the National Theatre, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the famous El Rosario church.Later, enjoy an unique culinary experience visiting the town of Olocuilta, home of the World Guiness Record biggest pupusa, where you will learn how to prepare this delightful dish and even create your own personal version! Nothing better than discovering new places and tasting new street flavors!
Because Traveling is Investing in Happiness, MA TOURS is committed to making your trips the best experience through private Tours to the different Beaches, Volcanoes, Lakes and Lagoons, Ruins, Waterfalls and different Salvadoran Peoples that will tell you their history and will make you go back to their experiences and traditions that go from generation to generation.
this is a special opportunity to share time with Don Rafa in the forest that kept him alive for years. His knowledge about plants, how to cook with a fire without showing any smoke, protecting himself and others from airplane bombings and land troops.... Don Rafa has a lot of anecdotes to share!We do not focus on graphic violence.
Perk yourself up with this 8-hour combination tour of a coffee manufacturer and swimming trip to a thermal-heated pool. Learn about El Salvador’s coffee industry as you observe the processing of beans at a local plant. You’ll also check out the colorful murals of the village of Ataco before enjoying a refreshing swim among the thermally-heated waters of a local geyser. Your excursion also includes a guide, entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
The conchagua volcano is one of the most beautiful for its scenic beauty, from its summit you can see a spectacular view that will remind you of the beauties of traveling. This volcano is also suitable for bird watching and hiking.
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.
The Flower Route is one of El Salvador’s most scenic tourist trails, lined with wildflower fields, coffee plantations, and colorful colonial towns. For those short on time, this full-day tour from San Salvador takes in all the highlights, visiting the towns of Nahuizalco, Zalcoatitan, Juayua, Apaneca, and Ataco, plus either the Don Juan Waterfalls or the El Carmen coffee plantation.
Immerse yourself in Mayan culture with this day trip to three archaeological sites—Joya de Cerén, San Andrés, and Tazumal—in Santa Ana. First, get a peek into the past and learn how the Mayans lived at Joya de Cerén, then head to San Andrés, a residential area of the Mayan rulers and a ceremonial center. Finally, visit Tazumal and explore its complex of pyramids.
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.
El Tunco is one of El Salvador’s most beautiful beaches, and travelers from all over the world come to experience its black glittering sand and fun beach-front bars. Make a trip there yourself with this tour that takes you from your hotel in El Salvador to the beach. Spend your free time at the beach however you please, and enjoy lunch at a local hotel.
Explore San Salvador’s Indigo culture on this half-day workshop. After a convenient hotel pickup from select hotels, learn about the dye’s ancient history from an experienced local instructor, learn about the process of applying it to cotton garments, and enjoy a hands-on experience trying it yourself. Then, pick up a few indigo products from local artisans for your trip home.
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.