Beautiful land of El Salvador
El Salvador, the smallest country in the whole of Central America is worth exploring. The tourists are often amazed by the country’s stunning volcanic landscape, friendliness and hospitability of the people of El Salvador. Travel El Salvador and experience this tiny land and its immense natural attractions. To name some, Cerro Verde National Park, Coatepeque, Volcanic lakes of Ilopango, etc. are all impressive beaches that attract you towards the country’s beauty. Apart from these, common destinations include Cetedral de Santa Ana, Teatra de Santa Ana and Alcaldia Municiple de Santa Ana.
There are many attractions designed particularly for the tourists like fishing and golfing in Usulutan. This is an adventure resort that has been created in the Chalatenango Mountains. Travel El Salvador offers you fascinating archeological sites of the Maya civilization. Also, you can enjoy your stay at the Ruta de Las Flores, a magnificent village blessed by natural beauty and other small market towns.
San Salvador is the capital of El Salvador. On its first sight it may appear as a simple and peaceful city but it is much more energetic with a whole blend of old and new restaurants. After its significant changes, the city is now full of foreign franchises, malls and restaurants.
Visit Los Chorros, to enjoy a series of huge refreshing natural pools. This is the favorite attraction of visitors who love peace and wish to relax during their vacations. Balboa Park is also a worth visiting attraction. Located 12km from downtown San Salvador, the Balboa Park has 70 acres of lush flora, sloth and rabbits, myriad birds and much more. It offers many activities on soccer field, skating rings, and miles of meandering trails and so on.
Few hours away to north of San Salvador, you can find Montecristo national park, which is beautiful and also mysterious cloud forest. The Montecristo national park is located on the borders of Guatemala and Honduras. Along with this, visit Cerro Leon and enjoy some of the most impressive landscapes of still-smoking volcanoes.