The Mayans called it Cuscatlán, the Land o Precious Things. This Tiny tropical land is packed with highlights & travelers are surprised by the stunning landscape, with smoking volcanoes, long pearl gray beaches, pristine cloud forests, crystalline lakes. El Salvador is part of the region known as the Mayan World & has a couple of beautiful archaeological sites.
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You will have a lot of fun during your stay in Cuscatlán, the Land o Precious Things as Mayan People called it.
Ramble around Mayan ruines (Joya de Ceren, San Andres, Tazumal...),
Wander around the cobbled street Suchitoto,
Follow the scenic Road of Flowers with its lovely villages (Juayua, Apaneca, Ataco...),
Explore the cloud forest Cerro Verde &
Hike Santa Ana Volcano,
Kayak or even Diver in a Volcanic Lake,
Explore Parque El Imposible an outstanding ecological reserve on the western part of the country,
Discover Panchimalco indigenous festivities &
Step back in time by visiting the Perquin region where took place some of the bloodiest battles in El Salvador's civil War.
Come & visit El Salvador. Salvadorans are proud to welcome you in their slice of paradise.
Hike in the heart of the Volcanoes Park or the Imposible Park, one of the most beautiful in Central America!
Be enchanted by the charm of Suchitoto or travel along the Flower Road and its picturesque villages (Juayua, Ataco, Apaneca)
Climb one of the 22 volcanoes (including 5 active) that counts the country, the volcano Santa Ana is one of our favorites.
Relax on the beaches of the Pacific coast, paradise for surfers but also fishermen
Discover the Mayan site Joya de Ceren considered como the Pompei of the Mayan World
Enjoy the popular Pupusa in all its forms, El Salvador national dish !
Victim of a terrible civil war, discover sites full of history Cinquera, the mountains of Guazapa, Perquin