I am staying in El Salvador for 2 days would you recommend staying in San Salvador and doing trips during the day or is there somewhere else in El Salvador I should stay and see.
Does any one have any recommendations for trips and what I should do for a one day tour, I know there are a lot or national parks around. Does any one have any good tour companies I could go through?
Hello travel experts, Im looking for a cool place to stay between El tunco and Playa Sihuapilapa in January (when the waves are down)
we are looking to spend about 25 to 35$ for a decent room at a beachside hotel. Me and my girlfriend plan to work our way up the coast and we require a beach that is good for swimming. We arent really into the more popular place of El Tunco, we are simply looking for a quaint hotel with a simple room by the ocean hopefully with simple restaurants and supplies…
Hi there! I am going to Central America in November, I will arrive to Guatemala and then I'd like to visit El Salvador. Which border pass is the best option to go from Guatemala city to la ruta de las flores? After spend some days there I am going to the coast, What places in the coast between Acajutla and La libertad do you recomend it? I am not a surfer, I prefer a quiet place or fishermans villages.
I'll be in El Salvador with a couple of friends, will be renting a car/guide.
In terms of the gang "mara" problems, is this an issue in the countryside?
Or is the main issue of you find yourself in the wrong part of town, in the wrong city.
I have never been to El Salvador but it seems to get bad press as a whole but reality is that the gang problem is isolated.
With a 1PM arrival time , can I get to Cara Sucia, after picking up a phone and luggage, getting out of customs, renting a car, driving to Sonsonate picking up friends and groceries at Super Selectos, before dark in December?
We are traveling to El Salvador with our three children (age 6) this fall. We have a six days to travel around before settling in at the beach. What are the top things to see and do that would show the children the best of the country. I'd love any recommendations!
Does anyone know if Rapel Mojado is still in business. It's in the latest Lonely Planet Book to El Salvador, but the book dates back to 2006. The only thing I can find online about the company is a bunch of positive reviews in Spanish. I would like to try the trip if possible, but can't find out how to contact them.
Did this trip earlier this week with a friend. We had trouble finding recent info when planning, so wanted to relate our experience.
All told and including our wait times, it was 3.5 hours #119 chicken bus from Terminal Oriente in San Salvador to El Poy (<$2, x2 with baggage), 30 minutes immigration ($3), 30 minutes microbus from Honduran border to Nuevo Ocotepeque ($1), 4.25 hours run-down charter bus to La Entrada (150L), and 1.75 hours microbus to Copan Ruinas (70L). 10.5 hours and…