Parks-Volcanoes-Lakes


Montecristo National Park El Salvador

Montecristo National Park in El Salvador. Great Park for Ecotourism


Montecristo National Park in El Salvador is a protected forested area ideal for those looking to get in touch with nature. The National Park, also known as El Trifinio National Park, is a tri-national natural region. This unique region borders the Trifinio biosphere reserve in Guatemala and El Trifinio National … Read more

Guazapa volcano in El Salvador

Guazapa Volcano El Salvador. Mountain volcano near Suchitoto.


Guazapa volcano in El Salvador is a long eroded stratovolcano in the departments of San Salvador and Cuscatlan. Guazapa’s highest elevation is 1,435 meters above sea level. The volcano has no visible crater and is covered with a tropical dry forest with an ecosystem of plants, birds, and wild animals. … Read more

Cerro Verde National park El Salvador

Cerro Verde National Park El Salvador, Great for Ecotourism


The Cerro Verde National Park El Salvador is a natural protected area with three volcanoes, a great climate, incredible views, and beautiful trails for exploring the diverse species of flora and fauna. The National Park, which sits at about 2,000 meters above sea level, is an excellent destination for relaxing … Read more

El Boqueron National Park in El Salvador

El Boqueron National Park in El Salvador. A Beautiful Natural Place


El Boqueron National Park in El Salvador is a natural area located on top of the San Salvador or Quezaltepeque volcano. El Boqueron park is at an altitude of 1700 meters above sea level; it is on the outskirts of the nation’s capital, about 23 kilometers from the San Salvador … Read more

San Salvador Volcano

The San Salvador Volcano. Iconic background of the Nation’s capital.


The San Salvador volcano is a stratovolcano located in the northwest part of the capital city. The San Salvador volcano, also known as Quezaltepeque or El Boqueron, covers the municipalities of Quezaltepeque, San Juan Opico, Colon, and Santa Tecla in La Libertad. Also, Nejapa in the department of San Salvador. … Read more