El Salvador Tourism
President Bukele announces Surf City El Salvador’s circuit two in Eastern El Salvador
President Nayib Bukele announced circuit two of Surf City El Salvador is ready to begin construction; Bukele made the announcement at the famous Punta Mango beach surf spot in Jucuaran on August 11th. Circuit two is the development of the coastal areas in Eastern El Salvador. According to the president, … Read more
Surf City El Salvador, positioning El Salvador as a top tourist destination
Surf City El Salvador is a tourist project created by president Bukele to bring tourists to El Salvador. It focuses on showcasing the fantastic Salvadoran surf spots and beautiful beaches. Surf City strives to make the country a top tourist destination and change the world’s perception of El Salvador. The … Read more
Nejapa El Salvador. Home to the Balls of Fire Festival
The town of Nejapa El Salvador is famous for its traditional balls of fire festival, a unique celebration known all over. Nejapa is located in the department of San Salvador; it is about 17 kilometers from the San Salvador Historic district. Nejapa is your typical Salvadoran small town rich with … Read more
Punta Mango El Salvador. Fantastic surf spot in eastern El Salvador.
Playa Punta Mango El Salvador is a fantastic surf area known in the surf community as one of the best surf spots in El Salvador and Central America. This remote beach is in Eastern El Salvador; it sits in an undeveloped area surrounded by dense forest. Punta Mango surf break … Read more
How To Prepare For A Trip To El Salvador
El Salvador has a pretty negative reputation in the media, but it’s a reputation that is perhaps a little more complex than you might initially imagine. Many people say that El Salvador is dangerous; it has a high murder rate per capita, for example, and it has problems with gang … Read more
Tacuba El Salvador. Exploring Small Colorful Towns
The municipality of Tacuba El Salvador is a small pre-Columbian municipality with a population of 31,784; it is located at an altitude of over 700 meters above sea level near the Guatemalan border. Tacuba is considered part of the popular flowers tourist route or La Ruta de Las Flores. This … Read more
Opinion: El Salvador’s state of exception is not affecting tourism. But, should you be worried when visiting?
No, the emergency state of exception has not affected tourism to El Salvador. In fact, the Salvadoran tourism industry seems to be increasing as it feels more … Read more