El Salvador: Travelling & Vacation
El Salvador was known for the bloody civil war, but that was quite awhile ago. Although the country is still a little bit on criminal side of things, many tourists travel to the country for its pristine, fabulous nature and the intriguing history to discover. As in most Latin and South American countries the tourists are left alone.
Nature is very beautiful. From vast forests to dormant volcano giants, from highlands to valleys, everything is there for a holiday to celebrate that will never be forgotten.
The Maya in El Salvador lived around the year 100 to 1200, so there are many various temples and interesting archaeological sites to see.
The language in El Salvador is Spanish.
Latest additions to El Salvador
At about 15 kilometers north of the provincial capital city of Sonsonate, the Izalco Volcano. Lies The mountain is located next to the Cerro Verde and Santa Ana volcano, so the whole area "Complex Volcanoes" is mentioned. Izalco Volcano is one...
La Cocotera is Central America's premier eco lodge and resort. We offer luxurious accommodations in a relaxing setting. We are an eco friendly resort located in beautiful La Barra de Santiago, bordered by the warm Pacific Ocean on one side and a...
Museum van Woord en Beeld
* Address o 27 Av Norte 1140 Boulevard de los Héroes area * Transport o 9, 3, 3A, 53, 46, 11 * Website o www.museo.com.sv * Email o email@example.com * Phone o tel,...
Tazumal is a Pre-Columbian Maya archeological site in Chalchuapa, El Salvador. Tazumal means, "the place where the victims were burned," in K'iche'. The site is located in the heart of Chalchuapa in the department of Santa Ana, some 60 kilometers...