Category Archives: El Salvador
El Salvador is one of those countries that is still a big secret of how great it is. You can surf, hang out in a colonial town and visit a volcano in El Salvador all within 2 hours of each [...]
Playa Tunco and Sunsal are the best beaches in El Salvador. The surfing is considered some of the best breaks in Central America. But that’s not the best part. You literally get the waves to yourself. Which also makes it [...]
El Salvador is one of the smallest countries of Central America yet is full of adventure to discover. Its name means “Republic of the Savior”. The good part is that you can find all the best things to see like [...]
Surfing in El Salvador is world known. And for good reason. The waves go on forever, the beaches are empty and breathtaking!
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Suchitoto in El Salvador is without a doubt the most adorable colonial, cowboy town with an energy that makes you want to stay there forever!
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The top tour, by far, around Suchitoto, El Salvador is getting on a private boat and checking out Lake Suchitlan. You can either head to Bird Island, with thousand’s of birds, or head over to the caves. Or, even better, [...]
Surfing is the name of the game in Playa Tunco and Playa Sunzal! For $15 per hour you can get to learn how to ride one of the most famous surf breaks in Central America. All ages need apply!
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Suchitoto, El Salvador is one of the few, last true colonial towns in Central America. It’s also a cultural center mixed with cowboys and farmers. This is one of those towns that has an incredible energy that simply makes you [...]
Every country has it’s unique twist and fun things to learn. Here are some interesting facts about El Salvador.
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1. El Salvador has a stigma around it due to the Civil war (which passed two [...]
Playa Tunco, known as one of the best El Salvador surf breaks in El Salvador, is one of our favorite beaches to visit. The tiny village attached to it has tons of great places to eat, the beach is gorgeous [...]
When I think of jet setters, they rarely visit El Salvador. I must admit this has all changed after our visit to Hola Betos Restaurant. From the outside the restaurant doesn’t look like anything special. As a matter of fact, [...]
Traveling to El Salvador might not be very popular. It is one of those countries you hear about either in passing or in some conversation. But then when you think about it, it’s not a country that is well known [...]
What is the most exciting thing about traveling? Discovering places that you have never heard about and mainly visited by locals. Otherwise, you are always kind of stuck in the tourist rut. Sure that can be fun too. But every [...]
I have a confession to make: After all my years of traveling – I have never stayed in a vacation rental! This all changed with our last trip.
My love for El Salvador became contagious and my friends wanted to join [...]
Central America has so much to offer!
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Unlike most western countries, Central American countries have one major staple food that they eat religiously daily and sometimes at every meal.
Find out some more fun facts about the El Salvador food.
El Salvador is no different. Pupusas are their ‘holier-than-thou’ [...]
El Salvador is the neighboring country of Guatemala, yet so very few people go there and even less know
anything about this country. So for that reason, and many others, we decided this would make a great 5
We took this [...]
Surfing In El Salvador
El Salvador is slowly coming up as THE hot surf spot in Central America and for very good reason.
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We arrived during mid afternoon and had plenty [...]
I pride myself on doing great research for traveling, it’s the most exciting part for my travels for me. I had chosen one hotel in particular in Suchitoto: Las Almendras. However, for the 2 nights that we wanted to be [...]
Suchitoto is a teeny tiny colonial town in central El Salvador. It’s actually a full on cowboy town and the cowboy culture is the most predominant factor of the people here.
Things To Do in Suchitoto
As we went for a little [...]