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One Night Stay Jungle Lodge Monkey Sanctuary and Cacao
Puerto Barillas is located in the largest coastal estuary in El Salvador, Bahia de Jiquilisco. In Puerto Barillas, you will be visiting Central America's largest cacao plantation and one of the last monkeys reserves. This is a very fun experience as it is one of the last places in the world where monkeys interact with the visitors.
Overnight: Monsignor Romero City Tour
Probably the most recognized figure in El Salvador, Monsignor Romero became famous for his preaching in defense of human rights and was killed in the exercise of his pastoral ministry.
Copan Archaeological Site Day Trip from San Salvador
Visit the archaeological site of Copán. For many years, Copán Ruins has been famous for its magnificent Mayan Ruins declared UNESCO World Heritage Archaeological Site in 1980.
Laguna Verde Dune Buggy Adventure with Optional Flowers Route Tour
Get wild, and a little bit dirty, on this 6-hour dune buggy tour from San Salvador that is a fun blend of adventure and beautiful nature. Hop in your dune buggy and be prepared to see the landscape in a different way. Gawk at the stunning Laguna Verde and Laguna de las Ninfas. Ride along the Ruta de las Flores (Flowers Route), famed for its scenery, and spend time in the town of Apaneca. Upgrade to include a guide or to extend the tour to a full day.
3-Day Adventure Trip in San Salvador
Discover the best adventures in El Salvador during this 3-day trip, including canopy over the coffee plantations, cloud forest and waterfalls. Enjoy your first surf lessons and hike or bike tour to the Green Lagoon. Staying at small located standard hotels with local breakfast included.
3-Day Archeological Tour from San Salvador
During this 3-day tour, go back in to history how the Maya civilization was living in El Salvador. Visiting the ceremonial sites of San Andres and Tazumal, the local middle class village Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site UNESCO World Heritage.