El Salvador Splendours


  • Enjoy a panoramic tour through the main avenues and street
  • Walk in the Historical Centre, discover the main plazas and witness major buildings Metropolitan Cathedral, National Theatre and Palace and El Rosario church
  • Experience gallery arts, handy crafts and the best view of Suchitlán lake
  • Explore the archaeological Route in Mayan Sites and discover great secrets of this antique civilization.


Visit the splendors of El Salvador in just a few days. This is the great small country you must visit and experience the real local charming of the nature, in combination with the colorful towns, the cities, history, vestiges of our ancestors and the daily common life of our friendly folk.

  • Day 1 - Arrival Transfer

    Welcome to El Salvador! At the airport our representative will be raising a distinctive signboard. Meet & greet and transfer to your hotel in San Salvador for overnight.

  • Day 2 - San Salvador and Suchitoto

    Wake up in San Salvador, capital city and heart of Salvadorian land, the main center for educational, politics, economical and financial subjects. Panoramic tour through the main avenues and street and time for walking in the Historical Centre, know the main plazas and a view for the highlighted buildings: Metropolitan Cathedral, National Theatre and Palace and El Rosario church with its beautiful crystals coloring the inside.

    Later transfer to old colonial style town Suchitoto, its name means “Place of birds and flowers” and here it seems has if time has stopped. In a walking through the cobbled streets appreciate the well-preserved colonial architecture specially the Santa Lucia Church, built in 1853, important icon of the town due the cultural and historical importance. Find also gallery arts, handy crafts and the best views of Suchitlán lake visiting the famous Casa 1800 Suchitoto. Overnight at Suchitoto.

  • Day 3 - Archaeological Route in Mayan Sites

    Today, an experience for discover great secrets of this antique civilization. First in a unique place in Latin America: Joya de Cerén archaeological site, declared Human Heritage in 1993,due to the vestiges revealed important information for the better comprehension of the common life of our ancestors. In the site admire a pre-Columbian Maya farming village preserved remarkably intact under layers of volcanic ash, this because the village was buried by volcano eruption around A.D. 600, this is the reason because is also called as “The Pompeii of America”. Continue the journey with a visit to San Andrés, a ceremonial center with diverse structures and preserved indigo mills. And finally , Tazumal, an architectural complex with the largest pyramid of El Salvador and a sophisticated city where inhabitants possessed good abilities in art, such as sculpture, for example, has been manifested through numerous pieces found. Free evening. Overnight at Concepción de Ataco.

  • Day 4 - Volcanoes and Magical Towns

    Visit to the lake and volcanoes complex of El Salvador, in Cerro Verde Natural Park, located over a dormant volcano at an altitude of 2035 meters above the level sea and length of 500 hectares, the park has a cloud forest around the extinct crater with a temperature between 12 and 18 centigrade degrees. Walking through the trails, and sightseeing to the "Izalco Volcano", best known as the Pacific Lighthouse and the Ilamatepec Volcano (Santa Ana´s Volcano). Panoramic view of the volcanic lake “Coatepeque” is also part of the landscape. After a visit in two local towns in the mountains op Apaeca: Ataco town, in Nahuat its name means “Place of high springs”, this is a native settlement existing until our days converted in a picturesque towns with cobbled streets which lead you through a huge gallery art printed in the colorful and distinctive walls of local houses; and Nahuizalco, is one of the last places in El Salvador where we can find people speaking Nahuat, the original language in the west of El Salvador, by local people descendants of the last indigenous communities after 1932 etnocide, most of them still are dedicated to the crafts elaboration with tule and palma (local raw materials) that you can find exploring the local market. Free evening. Overnight at San Salvador.

  • Day 5 - Departure Transfer

    Morning at leisure. And transfer to the airport with our Spanish speaking driver, on time for catch your next flight.

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Accommodation
  • Private transportation
  • Gratuities

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