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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.

Highlights

  • Visit the Mayan city of Cihuatan and the towns of La Palma and Suchitoto on a full-day trip from San Salvador
  • Admire the ruins of pyramids, ball courts and palaces at the Mayan archaeological site of Cihuatán
  • Discover the rich artistic heritage of La Palma and its resident artist, Fernando Llort
  • Learn about the colonial history of El Salvador during a visit to the atmospheric city of Suchitoto
  • Great trip for history, art and architecture lovers

What You Can Expect

Full Day Tour to Cihuatan, La Palma and Suchitoto Towns from San Salvador

La Palma museum

Customer Reviews

mezameza

3 star rating: Worth doing July 2015

Cihuatán was very interesting. It is about Mayan artifacts many of which are still being uncovered. La Palma was our favorite because we love the La Palma paintings which are so traditional and renown from El Salvador. Our guide Alex, took us to Paty's where we actually got to paint one of the boxes ourselves. That was great! We went to Suchitoto but we did not learn it's significance. We were told Look at the church. I would think that a 90 min. drive would be worth more comment. Our guide Alex was not very knowledgeable but La Palma made up for it.

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