5/5 - Excellent
reneg.manciaMay 21, 2019
I really like this trip, La ruta de las flores, is a must see rout and people were all very nice!!!.
Get away to Ahuachapan! Enjoy the culture, art, and monuments.
Explore attractions like Laguna el Espino and El Calvario Church as you discover things to see and do in Ahuachapan.
Reviewed on May 21, 2019
Reviewed on Jul 1, 2019
Explore the great outdoors at Lake Coatepeque, a popular spot to commune with nature in Santa Ana. Stroll along the lakeside or discover the area's volcano viewpoints.
Explore the great outdoors at Cerro Verde National Park, a lovely green space in Santa Ana. While you're in the area, wander around the natural setting.
Explore the great outdoors at Santa Ana Volcano, a lovely green space in Santa Ana. Make time to visit the theme park and casinos while you're in the area.
Trek through dwarf forests in protected national parks, soak up views of active volcanoes and sparkling lakes, and unleash your inner archaeologist with visits to UNESCO-listed sights filled with remnants of past Mayan civilizations.
Climb into a rugged buggy and set off toward Apaneca for a half-day adventure to scenic lagoons along the famous Flowers Route. In between admiring the otherworldly turquoise waters, find time to appreciate the views of sprawling landscapes of mountains and coffee plantations.
Embark on a full-day adventure to the crater of Ilamatepec—also known as Santa Ana—an active volcano containing a beautiful turquoise pool in its center. Hike a narrow trail up the volcanic summit, stopping at a number of viewpoints to admire the surrounding countryside and the Pacific Ocean in the distance.
Visit renowned Maya archaeological sites in El Salvador with a knowledgeable guide who reveals the fascinating history behind each location. Check out Joya de Cerén, a pre-Columbian Maya village preserved in volcanic ash, San Andrés, an important political center, and Tazumal’s impressive pyramid.
Soar high in the forest canopy on an unforgettable zipline adventure along the Flowers Route. Gaze upon the landscape of mountains and coffee fields—El Salvador's unique beauty on full display—as you fly between 14 treetop platforms connected by sturdy zip lines.
In this day-trip, you will be picked up from your hotel in San Salvador at approximately 8:30am and will head towards Santa Ana. You will visit Joya de Ceren, a Mayan village declared a cultural heritage of humanity in 1993 by UNESCO and considered to be the “Pompeii of America”.
Verified travelerMay 3, 2019
Personally I recomend Apaneca, it have many nice places, and the weather its great.