Escape the hustle and bustle of busy San Salvador on this 4-hour trip to the peaceful oases of the Botanical Gardens La Laguna and Boquerón National Park. Admire the more than 3,500 species of plants, both exotic and local, that thrive in this beautiful reserve set inside an extinct lagoon. Then climb by vehicle to the 6,200-foot (1,800-meter) summit of San Salvador Volcano, where you’ll enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery of Boquerón National Park. Your trip also includes a guide, entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
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.
Marvel over San Salvador’s natural wonder, the El Boquerón (‘Big Mouth’) volcano that stands guard over the city, on this 4-hour private or group tour, including hotel pick-up. Journey to the top of El Boquerón, where you can hike the forested trails around the crater and enjoy expansive views over the capital below. On the way back, explore the suburban town of Santa Tecla, nestled in the foothills of the volcano, then stop by San Salvador landmarks like Metropolitan Cathedral and El Rosario Church.
Combine the historic sights of San Salvador and the natural wonders of the El Boquerón National Park with this great-value 4-hour combo tour. Enjoy the undivided attention of your guide as you admire the remnants of San Salvador’s colonial rule and view architectural landmarks like the El Rosario Church and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Next, climb the 5,905-foot (1,800 m) peak of El Boquerón, the city’s famous volcanic crater, and enjoy a scenic hike around the rim, looking out over the city below.
Discover the unearthly volcanic landscape of Cerro Verde National Park on a private day-trip from San Salvador. Immerse yourself in the natural drama of the park and gaze at the steaming summits of Izalco, Santa Ana and Cerro Verde volcanoes as you explore exciting eco-trails on foot. Marvel at the inactive crater of Cerro Verde; absorb spectacular views of the Izalco volcano; and meander through a majestic dwarf forest in search of the Santa Ana volcano. End your energizing excursion at one of the world’s most beautiful bodies of water, Lake Coatepeque and enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from San Salvador on this tour.
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.
Relish the natural beauty of El Salvador’s largest natural reserve on a full-day tour of Bahia de Jiquilisco from San Salvador. Alongside your guide, you’ll explore Central America’s biggest estuary and discover diverse creatures that inhabit the bay. Cruise through atmospheric mangroves, learn of community-based conservation projects and observe your surroundings for sea turtles, fish and exotic birds. Lunch and round-trip transport from your San Salvador hotel are included.
Discover the volcanic ruins and tree-flanked trails of El Boquerón National Park on a 4-hour tour from San Salvador. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, marvel at the colossal mound of Big Mouth, one of the country’s most impressive volcanoes, and hike the dense, forested paths of El Boquerón National Park. Delve into the ancient mysteries of the Joya de Cerén ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site that dates back to the 6th century, and gaze at panoramic vistas of the Black Lake, a sweeping sea of hardened volcanic rock. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip hotel transportation on this exhilarating excursion.