With a strong presence of the Mesoamerican civilization, EL Salvador, is a country packed with Mayans ruins and Nationals parks. This will make your visit to El Salvador full of historic adventure, nature, and wildlife.
El Salvador is well known as the Land of Volcanoes and Coffee Plantations.
You will find out here where to eat, stay and where to play with your family while traveling to El Salvador.
Out of the many places that you can visit in El Salvador San Miguel is one of those places you can’t miss if you are an adventurer. It is home to Chaparrastique volcano, one of the best and most challenging hiking opportunities in the whole country. The city is also close to many beaches that […]Read More
Every country has its unique twist and fun things to learn. As small as it is, El Salvador in Central America also has a few fun things that every traveler might enjoy knowing. Below is a list of some of the most interesting El Salvador fun facts that I learned while exploring the country with […]Read More
Pupusas are the favorite traditional food of El Salvadorans. When visiting El Salvador you will find them anywhere. They love them so much that they came up with a day to celebrate them. National Day of Pupusas is a huge food festival that takes place all over the country. It happens every second Sunday of […]Read More
My family and I have been living in and exploring Costa Rica and Guatemala for the past ten years. We also go to the US often to explore different cities but we have never done much exploring in the other countries of the region. Finally, we decided to start exploring them and headed over to […]Read More
El Salvador is one of those hidden, secretive types of destinations. When staying on the coast visiting the beaches we took a day trip to the Pier in Libertad. Let me tell you, if you are in the area, this is a MUST VISIT spot! Fresh caught fish and seafood made into fresh Ceviche – […]Read More
I pride myself on doing great research for traveling, it’s the most exciting part of my travels for me. It assures that I’ll end up in a place that I love when I get to my next destination. In this case: El Salvador! I had chosen one hotel in particular in Suchitoto, El Salvador: Los […]Read More
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. The place has also managed to keep some of the colonial characteristics of some of its buildings, making it a gorgeous colorful town. Things To […]Read More
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 and certainly not one that gets a reputation for great hospitality, energy, and beaches. At […]Read More
The beaches of El Salvador are well known among surfers. Some say that they are the best surf spots in Central America. After hearing that, I decided to take my family there to see what it was all about. Plus, they are not too far away from the Guatemalan border. We have since been to […]Read More
El Salvador has so much to offer. You have the surf beaches, Suchitoto, and the piers. What you’ll find at a genuine El Salvador Seafood Market Shells of all sorts Yummmmm – fresh Ceviche to be eaten at any time of the day and night Drying fish More drying fish Fish for sale All sorts […]Read More
If you know anything about Catholics you know that Holy Week is celebrated in every Christian country throughout the world. It almost always happens between March and April so that holy Friday is always on a full moon. However, every country celebrates it in a different way. Holy week in El Salvador isn’t the exception. […]Read More
El Salvador is one of the smallest countries of Central America yet is full of adventure to discover. My family and I took the time to explore parts of the country and thoroughly enjoyed it. Now we want to share the hotels, things to do and information about the places we visited. El Salvador’s name […]Read More
El Salvador is one of the tiniest Central American countries. But don’t let its size fool you! Within such a small territory it has tons of things to offer to its visitors like beaches, jungles, volcanoes, lakes, and colonial towns. Also, because of its size it is perfect for driving. A road trip in El […]Read More