El Salvador

Find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to El Salvador.

Pupusa – El Salvador’s Most Traditional Meal

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 … Continue reading

Playa Tunco – The Ultimate Surf Town!

Surfing In El Salvador El Salvador is slowly coming up as THE hot surf spot in Central America and for very good reason. Take a look at more fun things to do in El Salvador. We arrived during mid afternoon … Continue reading

Where to Stay in Suchitoto With Kids

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 … Continue reading

What to do in Suchitoto With Kids

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 … Continue reading

El Salvador Traditional Festivals – Holy week in El Salvador

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 … Continue reading

El Salvador Spotlight – Surf Lessons in Playa Tunco & Playa Sunzal

El Salvador is a country famous for its beaches and surfing is the thing to do in this small country. These are lots of places that offer surf tours along the coast. But if you are not a surfer there … Continue reading

El Salvador Spotlight – Boat Tour to Bird Island, Suchitoto

This is a fun tour I went on with my family in our recent visit to El Salvador. I thought it was really fun. First we were taken to the Tourist Center in the San Juan Port early in the … Continue reading

El Salvador Spotlight – Hotel Tekuani Kal, Playa Tunco

Hotel Tekuani Kal is a small beautiful beachfront hotel with 6 rooms located just 3 minutes away from the black-sanded beach called Playa Tunco in El Salvador. It is perfect for family vacations but I would recommend it only for … Continue reading

Hotel Las Puertas de Suchitoto El Salvador

The town of Suchitoto El Salvador is a small, relaxed colonial place. It is a popular destination for locals because of its handcrafts, cultural activities and nearby lake. If you are thinking about spending a weekend here there are many … Continue reading

Boutique Hotel, Los Almendros de San Lorenzo – Suchitoto in El Salvador

Out of all the hotels I visited when I went to Suchitoto in El Salvador this one was the most beautiful one. It is called Los Almendros de San Lorenzo. It is located in the colonial and absolutely beautiful town … Continue reading

Spotlight – La Posada de Suchitlan, Suchitoto El Salvador

We just came back from a trip to El Salvador. I loved every minute of it! So in the next weeks I’ll be showing you some of the hotels and tours I loved the most. Don’t miss your chance to … Continue reading

El Salvador Festivals – San Miguel Carnival (Carnaval de San Miguel)

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 … Continue reading

El Salvador Festivals – National Day of Pupusas (Dia Nacional de la Pupusa)

Pupusas are the favorite traditional food of El Salvadorans. When visiting the country 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 … Continue reading

El Salvador Festivals – Lantern Festival, Di­a de los Farolitos – Ahuachapan

In Ahuachapan, a city about 100km west of El Salvador‘s capital, people celebrates the Lantern Festival annually every September 7 to honor the Virgin Mary’s birth. Learn more about the culture of El Salvador. Catholic Tradition started about 159 years … Continue reading