El Salvador is one of the destinations in Central America that has beautiful beaches that adapt to all types of tourists. If you like surfing, you will love Las Flores in San Miguel, Punta Roca in La Libertad and if you are looking for romantic escapes, you will love El Zonte, Barra de Santiago, Costa del Sol, Jiquilisco Bay, among others .

Joya de Ceren

Joya de Cerén is a pre-Columbian site in El Salvador located in the vicinity of San Juan Opico and Las Flores, in the department of La Libertad, in the central-western region of El Salvador.


Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is one of the places of greatest tourist attraction of El Salvador for its beautiful beaches, its sunsets, the gastronomy with fresh seafood and water sports; with many hotels and beach clubs.


The Tazumal is located in the heart of the municipality of Chalchuapa, department of Santa Ana, El Salvador, eighty kilometers west of the capital. Chalchuapa was a site that received the influence of Copán and the Teotihuacan and Toltec influence.


 “Cihuatan” in the Nahuatl language, which was spoken during the time of the conquest means “Place Near the Woman”

El Sunzal

One of the favorite beaches of the Western zone of El Salvador is “El Sunzal”; since for thousands of fans and connoisseurs of surfing this is one of the best beaches in the world for the practice of this sport.

El Espino

It is considered one of the best beaches in El Salvador, is located 26 kilometers from the coastal road, is characterized by its wide beach with extensive plains, white sand and varied tides


Jayaque or Cerro de las Mascaras in Nahuatl settled since 1865 in the Cordillera del Bálsamo. The town located between hills and mountains still conserves constructions of die-cut sheet and wood.


Suchitoto is a municipality in the department of Cuscatlán, El Salvador. Its territory has been inhabited since pre-Columbian times, and it was also the site where the town of San Salvador was founded in 1528.


Known as the land of the ausoles, it is one of the cities that still keeps beautiful traditions like “El Día de Los Farolitos”.

Dyed with Indigo

The study of the indigo or xiquilite is very important in the economic history of Central America, which together with the sacred and legendary maize of the Mayas

Clay crafts

They will be able to try to imitate the skilled artisans who make with clay, real original miniature works of art from Ilobasco. Or some original black mud pot or pot of Guatajiagua

Wicker crafts

Querrán llevarse el canasto o petate que usted mismo tejió a mano

Folkloric dance

Ladies, dress in “volcaneña” or with “refajo” and gentlemen with “calzón” and “cotón” and learn to dance our folklor. Have a great time practicing Salvadoran culture. It will be an experience that will always be in your heart.


You will experience the thrill of visiting the underwater world of volcanic craters.
We have recreational diving courses with a professional instructor of EL SALVADOR DIVERS ® we will make sure you learn what is necessary to enjoy diving in a safe and pleasant way.
We offer courses for those who wish an international diving license.
Specialty courses such as night diving, deep diving, sunken ships, etc. Specific courses upon request

Salvadorean cuisine

You will learn to make traditional dishes such as pupusas, yucca with pork rinds, nuget with chilate, different atoles, tamales, etc .; all coming from our ancient culture