El Salvador Tourism
Lake Coatepeque, volcanic caldera in El Salvador.
Lake Coatepeque in El Salvador is a beautiful caldera of volcanic origin located in the department of Santa Ana; the lake is surrounded by dense forest and a beautiful landscape. This stunning lake is a popular destination for local and foreign tourists looking for a great place to relax and enjoy with family or friends. … Read more
The best time to travel to El Salvador. Wet or dry season?
The best time to travel to El Salvador is from November to April, which is the dry season or summer; it’s perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, sightseeing, or going to the beach. Nevertheless, the wet season, from May to October, is also ideal for a visit; it’s great for surfing, visiting museums, and … Read more
Lake Suchitlan, iconic artificial lake in El Salvador.
Lake Suchitlan in El Salvador is an astonishing artificial lake formed in 1976 as a result of the construction of the Cerron Grande Hydroelectric Power Plant. The lake sits near the colorful town of Suchitoto and is popular with tourists visiting Suchitoto and other cities nearby. Lake Suchitlan is part of Rio Lempa, one of … Read more
National Parks in El Salvador, perfect for ecotourism adventures.
The most popular National Parks in El Salvador are Cerro Verde, El Pital, El Boqueron, Montecristo, El Imposible, and Walther Thilo. These parks offer excellent ecotourism activities for those who love nature. Visit El Salvador National Parks, exceptional flora and fauna are waiting for you. There are many reasons why anyone should visit these parks, … Read more
Nahuizalco El Salvador, a colorful colonial town in Sonsonate
Nahuizalco in El Salvador is a remarkable small colonial town full of indigenous traditions and customs, it has an unbelievable history which is imprinted all over the city. The community of Pre-Hispanic origins welcomes visitors with open arms and smiles. Nahuizalco is a town of pre-hispanic origins ideal for visiting and exploring, the city is … Read more
Volcanoes in El Salvador. Explore these iconic beauties.
The volcanoes in El Salvador range from towering stratovolcanoes such as Izalco, Santa Ana, San Vicente, and Chaparrastique; to volcanoes that bear a resemblance to a mountain such as Guazapa and Cerro Verde. El Salvador is known as a land of volcanoes as it is located in the Pacific ring of fire. To appreciate one … Read more
La Ruta de Las Flores El Salvador. Exploring unique towns.
La Ruta de Las Flores in El Salvador is a touristic route that includes six picturesque towns, Nahuizalco, Salcoatitan, Juayua, Apaneca, Concepción de Ataco, and Achuachapan. La Ruta de Las Flores is by far one of the most popular destinations in the country. This beautiful area is located in the western mountainous region of El … Read more