El Salvador’s volcanoes
The metropolis of San Salvador is located at the foot of a volcano by the same name, an enchanting and impressive place. The Santa Ana, situated in a large and unique botanical reserve, invites visitors to admire the fabulous landscapes around Lake Coatepecque and the Izalco, another of El Salvador’s volcanoes and a national icon.
The Flower Route
Nature lovers put on their walking shoes and hit the Flower Route. They can admire the Chorros de la Calera waterfall in Juayúa and the Don Juan waterfall in Jujutla. Coffee buffs can take a look around the coffee plantations that line the route, El Salvador being one of the most important of its producers in the world.
Adventures on high
Adventure seekers treat themselves to an escapade at an altitude of more than a kilometre and a half. From one zipline to another, at more than 1600 metres above sea level, this eco-tour allows access to places otherwise impossible to reach without damaging the forest’s fragile floor. An excursion on the Apaneca mountain range leads photography buffs to some of the most spectacular panoramas in El Salvador.
Surfing for thrill seekers
El Salvador has more than 300 kilometres of beaches along the Pacific Ocean. Salvador’s Costa del Sol is the ideal place for those looking for big waves. This unspoiled corner seduces visitors seeking both adrenaline and relaxation.
El Salvador is a dream destination ofor those who like hot vacations in extraordinary places and who are ready to discover another world!