El Salvador Tourism and culture
Visit Suchitoto El Salvador. Extraordinary colonial town.
Suchitoto El Salvador is a laid back historic colonial town in the Department of Cuscatlan. Suchitoto has fabulous cobblestone streets, gorgeous colonial houses, an iconic church, rich cultural traditions, and … Read more
Lakes in El Salvador. Explore these natural wonders.
Lakes in El Salvador, such as Coatepeque, Ilopango, Guija, and Suchitlan, are a combination of astonishing volcanic calderas and a magnificent man-made lake. Visiting and exploring these lakes is a … Read more
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 beautiful landscape. This … Read more
Lake Guija El Salvador. Part of El Salvador’s Mayan History.
Lake Guija El Salvador is a magnificent binational lake, of volcanic origin, shared between the countries of El Salvador and Guatemala. The iconic lake has an area of about 45 … Read more
San Salvador El Salvador Capital. Great city to visit or call home.
San Salvador, El Salvador capital, is the largest and most populated city in the country; it has a population of 550,000. San Salvador is the country’s cultural, educational, financial, and … Read more
Remembering the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero online.
With the spread of COVID-19 pushing in-person events online, people from around the world digitally commemorated the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Oscar Romero, the Salvadoran priest shot by … Read more
San Vicente Volcano El Salvador or Chichontepec Volcano.
The San Vicente volcano El Salvador is a twin-peaked stratovolcano, also known as Chichontepec or Las Chiches volcano; it is located in the central region of the country, next to … Read more
Izalco Volcano El Salvador. The Lighthouse of the Pacific.
Izalco volcano El Salvador is a massive stratovolcano located in the department of Santa Ana. Izalco volcano, also known as the lighthouse of the Pacific, is part of the Cerro … Read more
Visit Ilamatepec Volcano, the tallest volcano in El Salvador.
The impressive Ilamatepec Volcano is the tallest stratovolcano in El Salvador. This imposing volcano is located in the western part of the Salvadoran territory; it rises to an altitude of … Read more
El Salvador Celebrations. El Salvador holidays and traditions.
El Salvador Celebrations include significant events such as Holy Week, the day of the cross, the July festivities, the August festival, the Nejapa balls of fire, independence day, all souls … Read more