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San Salvador and Panchimalco City Tour

San Salvador and Panchimalco City Tour - San Salvador, El Salvador

Duration: 6 hours
Location: San Salvador, El Salvador

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$95.00

Dare to feel in touch with the cultural roots of El Salvador, starting in San Salvador. The city with greater political, economic, social and demographic importance, where you can understand the way of life of most Salvadorans ... More info ›

Dare to feel in touch with the cultural roots of El Salvador, starting in San Salvador. The city with greater political, economic, social and demographic importance, where you can understand the way of life of most Salvadorans. Then go to one of the oldest pre-Columbian cities of the country, Panchimalco. Colorful, art, history, natural beauty and friendly people, which also houses on its streets a peculiar church.

You will begin this tour in the heart of the country's capital. You’ll learn about the history of El Salvador through the most emblematic monuments of San Salvador, including El Salvador del Mundo, the monument to the revolution and Cuscatlan Park. You will learn about the trade in the city, and will finally reach the historic center to admire the famous Metropolitan Cathedral, where the remains of Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero are located.

Walk through the neighborhood's square, appreciate the architectural beauty of the National Palace and the National Theatre, and finally visit the freedom square, where in 1545 the expansion of the capital began. Lastly, you will visit El Rosario Church, a real architectural jewel.

You will continue the journey south, passing through Th Devil's Door (beautiful rock formation), reaching Panchimalco. This is a colonial town where art and culture meet. There you learn about Miguel Angel Ramirez, a citizen who has transformed the youth through painting and sculpture, you will have access to the House of Culture where you will meet one of the last artisans specializing in waist looms . The tour will end in the Holy Cross Church of Rome, a historical jewel that has survived time since its founding in 1730.

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Coffee People Culture and Colonial towns The Flowers Route

Coffee People Culture and Colonial towns The Flowers Route - Concepción de Ataco, El Salvador

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Concepción de Ataco, El Salvador

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$46.99

In this tour you will have the opportunity to meet and visit five of the most picturesque colonial towns with greater cultural tradition of the western part of El Salvador.

Begining in Nahuizalco, town with indigenous custom, recognized for its fine crafts in wicker and tule. We will continue our journey to reach Salcoatitan which has one of the oldest churches in El Salvador ... More info ›

In this tour you will have the opportunity to meet and visit five of the most picturesque colonial towns with greater cultural tradition of the western part of El Salvador.

Begining in Nahuizalco, town with indigenous custom, recognized for its fine crafts in wicker and tule. We will continue our journey to reach Salcoatitan which has one of the oldest churches in El Salvador. Then we will juayua, rich in natural beauty. We continue with the people of Apaneca, the highest village of all El Salvador, known for its coffee plantations. Finishing with the colorful town of Ataco, famous for its handicrafts, its restaurants, and its beautiful cobbled streets.

The Ruta de las Flores is one of the most suitable tourist routes to know the natural, cultural and gastronomic wealth of El Salvador. The itinerary crosses two departments of the west of the country, Sonsonate and Ahuachapan, and five localities: Nahuizalco, Salcoatitan, Juayúa, Apaneca, and Ataco.
The normal is to start the Route in San Salvador. To 70 kilometers of the capital of the country, is Nahuizalco, that, in Nahuac language, means 'The four Izalcos', because its population was four times the one of the Izalco neighbor. Nahuizalco, one of the indigenous centers of the area, is famous for its handicrafts and furniture made with tulle and wicker. Another attraction is the night market illuminated exclusively with candles that is celebrated in the center of the town.
Following the Sierra high road, we arrive at Salcoatitan ('Ciudad del Quetzalcoatl', in Nahuac). This town, located just over 1,000 meters above sea level, welcomed the first coffee plantations of the country in the mid-nineteenth century. In addition to visiting craft shops similar to those of Nahuizalco, it is worth attending the gastronomic festivals that are celebrated every Sunday. There is also a tourist train that runs through the central park, the newly restored colonial church and the main streets of the city.
The next stop on the Ruta de las Flores is Juayúa ('Río de Orquídeas Moradas'). In addition to a celebrated gastronomic festival that takes place every weekend, Juayúa has great natural attractions, such as the waterfall Los Chorros de La Calera (two kilometers from the city). Apaneca ('Rio de Vientos'), with its 1,455 meters above sea level, is the highest city in El Salvador. Famous for the quality of its coffee, which is exported to the whole world,
Just five kilometers from Apaneca, you will find Ataco, a small colonial city that lives on coffee growing, textile making and religious imagery and tourism. In the surroundings of the locality there are several viewpoints that allow to contemplate the impressive landscape.

All are places of outstanding natural beauty and wealth, can enjoy a pleasant climate, coffee producers villages, fertile lands that show a colorful journey with the mixture of aromas in the area. On weekends you can enjoy the food fairs of different villages that make up this route where you will find exotic and delicious national and international dishes, you can learn many traditions and culture, developing activities such as wicker furniture and crafts, crafts made with Indigo, looms or a delicious coffee

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One Night Stay Jungle Lodge Monkey Sanctuary and Cacao

One Night Stay Jungle Lodge Monkey Sanctuary and Cacao - Usulutan, El Salvador

Duration: 2 days
Location: Usulutan, El Salvador

From USD
$172.00

Enjoy an unforgettable experience in the jungle of Central America on this overnight jungle lodge stay, with cacao plantation and monkey sanctuary visit. Travel deep into the Central American jungle with a guide ... More info ›

Enjoy an unforgettable experience in the jungle of Central America on this overnight jungle lodge stay, with cacao plantation and monkey sanctuary visit. Travel deep into the Central American jungle with a guide. Learn how cacao is grown and processed at Central America's largest cacao plantation, and visit a local monkey sanctuary. This tour includes pickup and drop-off at Usulután Airport or Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport.

Begin your tour with a pickup between 9am and 5pm at Usulután Airport or Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport. Then, take the 1.5-hour onward journey to your jungle destination to begin your tour.

During your stay, visit Central America's largest cacao plantation (anytime between 7am and 11am). Here, learn how the cacao is grown and processed, and gain insight into the important role cacao plays in Central America's economy.

Visit a local monkey sanctuary, then enjoy a relaxing night’s sleep in your tree house deep in the jungle. Next day, return to your original departure point to conclude your tour.

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Flower Route Tour from San Salvador

Flower Route Tour from San Salvador - San Salvador, El Salvador

Duration: Flexible
Location: San Salvador, El Salvador

From USD
$65.00

Discover the beauty of El Salvador's west through five towns on this day trip from San Salvador.

The western half of El Salvador is dotted with picturesque villages. Explore five of them on this day trip from San Salvador ... More info ›

Discover the beauty of El Salvador's west through five towns on this day trip from San Salvador.

The western half of El Salvador is dotted with picturesque villages. Explore five of them on this day trip from San Salvador. Participate in handicraft workshops, learn about local indigenous traditions, and take in views of landscapes, mountains, and volcanoes. 

A driver and guide will pick you up from your hotel in San Salvador, then take you by air-conditioned minivan to Nahuizalco, Zalcoatitan, Juayua, Apaneca, and Ataco. In each town you'll learn about local traditions and culture. 

You will also have the choice to visit either the Don Juan Waterfalls or the El Carmen coffee plantation, where you can learn about the coffee growing process. 

After your tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel in San Salvador. 

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Half-Day Tour: San Salvador City and Volcano

Half-Day Tour: San Salvador City and Volcano - Santa Tecla, El Salvador

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Santa Tecla, El Salvador

From USD
$50.00

Visit the main sights of San Salvador and the crater of the massive San Salvador volcano on this half-day tour.

A driver and guide will pick you up from your hotel or port, then whisk you off on a city tour of San Salvador. Take in the main sights, shop at the handicraft market, and learn about the history of the old center ... More info ›

Visit the main sights of San Salvador and the crater of the massive San Salvador volcano on this half-day tour.

A driver and guide will pick you up from your hotel or port, then whisk you off on a city tour of San Salvador. Take in the main sights, shop at the handicraft market, and learn about the history of the old center. There, you'll visit the National Theater, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Archbishop Romero and Rosario Church, and the National Palace. 

After the city tour, you'll visit the crater of the San Salvador volcano, which last erupted in 1917. From there you'll have spectacular views of San Salvador. 

The tour lasts about 4.5-hours. You will be dropped off at your hotel at the end.

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Mayan Route Tour from San Salvador

Mayan Route Tour from San Salvador - Santa Ana, El Salvador

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Santa Ana, El Salvador

From USD
$65.00

During this day trip from San Salvador you will be able to see where the Mayan route began. You will visit Joya de Ceren, an UNESCO heritage Mayan village where you will find the ruins of the ceremonial center of San Andres and its museum. 


You will also visit the Mayan pyramid of Tazumal and will end the tour with a visit to Santa Ana's city center.

In this day-trip, you will be picked up from your hotel in San Salvador at approximately 8:30am and will head towards Santa Ana.

You will visit Joya de Ceren, a Mayan village declared a cultural heritage of humanity in 1993 by UNESCO and considered to be the "Pompeii of America” ... More info ›

During this day trip from San Salvador you will be able to see where the Mayan route began. You will visit Joya de Ceren, an UNESCO heritage Mayan village where you will find the ruins of the ceremonial center of San Andres and its museum. 


You will also visit the Mayan pyramid of Tazumal and will end the tour with a visit to Santa Ana's city center.

In this day-trip, you will be picked up from your hotel in San Salvador at approximately 8:30am and will head towards Santa Ana.

You will visit Joya de Ceren, a Mayan village declared a cultural heritage of humanity in 1993 by UNESCO and considered to be the "Pompeii of America”. There, you will also visit the ruins of the ceremonial center of San Andres and its museum. 


Afterwards, you will head to the archaeological park Tazumal where the most impressive Mayan pyramid of El Salvador is located. From there you will see beautiful panoramic views of Lake Coatepeque. Lastly, you will visit the historic downtown Santa Ana where you will have the opportunity to enjoy the architecture of the neo-gothic cathedral and its theater. 

At around 5:30pm you will be dropped off at your hotel in San Salvador.

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