San Salvador was created in 1525, by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Alvarado and was later moved to its present site and declared a city in 1549. The city is best known for its population and financial hub. Some of its top places include Suchitoto, San Salvador, Lagode Coatepeque, Santa Ana, Concepcion de Ataco, Lake llopango, Juayua, Gulf of Fonseca, La Union, Acajutta, Chalchuapa Nahuizalco and several others.
San Salvador is filled with a lot of attraction sights that can be visited and explored on sightseeing tours. The city's buzzing nightlife, special dishes, and wines can be enjoyed on food, nightlife, and wine tasting tours that expose visitors to the city’s traditional cuisine. Tourists would enjoy several picturesque views of the city on walking and biking tours en route the best city pathways. Water sports and boat cruises can also be enjoyed in the city's beaches, water parks, lakes and other beautiful water bodies in San Salvador.
The above-mentioned activities and more can be enjoyed with Tripindicator, a prominent tour agency that provides touring options carefully selected from tours with great user reviews and feedbacks available at affordable prices compared to other leading tour teams. Other tour packages include day trips and excursions that allow tourists to extend their touring to nearby towns and cities from San Salvador. With airport transfers and other city transports, visitors will enjoy convenient logistic in the city with comfortable and time-saving services.
Discover El Salvador's cultural capital with a professional guide on this day trip from San Salvador. Enjoy a different pace of life in Suchitoto, known for its charming cobblestone streets, art galleries, craft shops and colonial houses. Visit Santa Lucia Church — the town's top attraction and one of the finest churches in the region — as...Read more
This is the best way to know the beauty of San Salvador and understand its culture in a short time. Discover the essence of the capital of El Salvador, closely observe the life of Salvadorans. History, culture, architecture, monuments, Historical...Read more
The Santa Ana volcano is renowned for its scenic beauty, its emerald green lagoon at the crater, and an impresive view of the Izalco volcano. However, if you take the tour with us, we guarantee you an unforgettable experience, we request a special permit to enter the volcano in the early hours and so the volcano is only ours and you can take the...Read more
1. The guest is expected with a sign at the airport or in the hotel loby. 2. It helps you with luggage to store it in the vehicle. 3. The necessary stops that the guest requests for food, or other needs are made. 4. The trip is in sedan with A / C. 5. It is left in its destination safe and...Read more
Walking around downtown San Salvador with one of our tour guides, is the best way to explore the area, as we stop at the most important buildings in downtown we also get to show you the day by day of salvadorans, talking about history and the nowadays El Salvador. Main Cathedral, National Palace, National Teather, El Rosario church are some of...Read more
Get out of the airport and then visit the highlights of San Salvador: the active volcano, the great viewpoints, San Salvador's downtown, Iglesia El Rosario, San Salvador's Cathedral, the Main Plazas, see how salvadoreans live and finish the tour with our local traditional delicious food: Pupusas. Then we drive to the airport to be there 2 hours...Read more
Huff your way up Santa Ana Active Volcano! El Salvador’s highest, on this full-day tour in Cerro Verde National Park. Walk through a windy cloud forest, and at the crater, capture views of a glimmering lagoon and panoramas of Lake Coatepeque, Izalco and Cerro Verde volcanoes and the Pacific Ocean. Upgrade to include a guide, who will lead you...Read more
5 hours is enough to learn about Salvadorean Culture, this tour is proper to visit the downtown , historic places, volcano, and local food. The Capital San Salvador is the most develope city and its rich in...Read more
During this El Salvador Combo Day Tour you will visit the main highlights of El Salvador including Cerro Verde National Park at the Lake and Volcano Complex, Coatepeque Lake as well as the Mayan Sites of Joya de Cerén and San Andrés. What are you waiting...Read more
The experience of climbing an active volcano is unique, you have contact with nature, you find more travelers with your same passion and experiences. We as a company will facilitate your trip as we have the best guide staff in the country and all our tours are exclusive. We guarantee a spectacular...Read more
we go to the volcanoes that are located in sonsonate we make the tour for 2 hours enjoying the landscape and reaching the top to enjoy the environment and its surroundings as we take panoramic photos then return lunch to lake coatepeque we will be about 2 hours to travel by boat lake then wing 5 we go back to the...Read more
A great way to start the day! Hot Water Community´s fields are located between two river deltas; Quezalapa and Palancapa. The grass fields we walk around are neighboring the rivers and lake, + the thermal spring and its mineral waters give this small area a magnetizing enviroment for bird life! all this being guided by the local...Read more
OVERVIEW Join our 8-day "El Salvador: Essentials Tour" to explore la Ruta de las Flores prior to arrival to the surfing hub of El Tunco, spending the last days enjoying the waves or swinging in a hammock on the beach. Situated between Guatemala and Honduras, El Salvador is often bypassed by travelers focused on other more famous Central...Read more
Santa Teresa hot springs is a very unique place in the country which contains one of the biggets geyisers in Central America and its sulphuric waters run around the property that has over 20 pools, as you get into this pools you will instantly feel rejuvenated. as option you can get an awesome spa skin treatment and why not a nice...Read more
El Salvador has a rich Mayan Heritage, 4 main archaeological sites are popular destinations for people interested in Mayan Archaeology. Tazumal is located in Chalchuapa and hosts the biggest pyramid in El Salvador. Casa Blanca is also in Chalchuapa and its where the oldest Mayan artifacts and sacrifices have been found. San Andres was the biggest...Read more