Never Been to El Salvador? Are You From El Salvador?
Then This Tourism & Travel Guide is For You!
Updated: March25, 2013
As a native Salvadorian myself, I thought I knew the country well.
But my recent trip to this beautiful land has shown me that there is so much more to it than I thought!
I got a chance to visit some really amazing places that were inaccessible during the Salvadorian civil war.
I visited Isla El Zacatillo, Isla Meanguera and Juiquilisco Bay.
And I've got to tell you this... you just have to go and see it for yourself!
It's really great and you'll have an amazing time!
It's no wonder that El Salvador was among Lonely Planet's top 10 countries to visit in 2010.
We travel this country from coast to coast. From Santa Ana to La Union, we visit less-known places no matter how small.
We want to bring you all the information necessary for you to plan your next trip to this great little country in Central America!
The Beaches: The beaches in El Salvador are among the best for surfing. Check out this surfer's paradise...
Just want to relax at the beach? You can do that too!
I spent an afternoon at Playa El Tunco relaxing and had a good time watching all the surfers doing their thing.
Mayan Ruins: Want to add a cultural and historic flare to your trip?
Visit the Mayan ruins of San Andres, Tazumal, Joya de Ceren and more.
They will show you how our ancestors lived thousands of years ago.
All Inclusive Resorts: Rather go to the beach and be catered to?
There are excellent all inclusive resorts in El Salvador, one of which is Decameron Salinitas.
A beautiful place with all the comforts we look for in a top-notch resort.
San Salvador: Tour the great city of San Salvador.
You'll discover this modern city is a busy metropolis with lots of shopping, eating and sight seeing to do.
While there, don't forget to visit the Salvador del Mundo Plaza - the city's most well known landmark.
Hotels: You will find accommodation no matter what your budget is.
From luxury 5-star hotels, to medium and small hotels to hostels and B & B's; you will find suggestions for excellent and affordable hotels.
La Libertad has great hostels that cater to surfers from around the world.
Restaurants: Looking for Salvadorian food? Feel like eating Italian today? Find great restaurants here.
Culture: Want to learn about the culture? Information on customs, arts and more.
Español: Toda la información que busca sobre nuestro querido pais. Atracciones turisticas, hoteles, restaurantes, playas, recetas y más.
I'm constantly adding new content to this website, so make sure to come back soon!
Puerta del Diablo San Salvador
Golfo de Fonseca La Union
El Malecon, Puerto de La Libertad
There is so much to do and see here, I assure you that you'll run out of time... I did!
This site is packed with personal reviews of places we've visited, original photos, travel tips, great ideas of places to visit, where to eat, how to get around and much more!
Let us show you the less-known and more fun side of this tiny country in Central America.
You can enjoy a day at the beach just to relax (or surf), nature-filled adventures, archaeological sites, great food, meet new people and more!
Hola y bienvenido a este sitio dedicado a este lindo pais.
Como Salvadoreña quiero traer informacion confiable y abundante a todos aquellos que desean conocerlo un poco más.
Este sitio está repleto de informacion turistica, sugerencias, informacion para extranjeros en Ingles y Español.
Si no encuentra algo que busca, puede hacer una busqueda en la cajita de la esquina superior derecha para encontrarla.
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