Highlights of El Salvador

Considered one of the most dangerous countries in the world, I found El Salvador to be a lovely place. I surely did not visit it extensively, having stopped only in Suchitoto – one of the places to visit in El Salvador, which I reached after having crossed the Gulf of Fonseca. Nevertheless, I enjoyed my few days there, and exploring the lovely Mayan archeological site of Joya del Ceren.

Suchitoto is lovely, the people kind, the weather pleasant and the surrounding amazing!

To find out more about El Salvador, click here!


You may also like


  • marchandise
    3 June 2015 at 6:27

    I really like what you guys are up too. Such clever work and reporting!
    Keep up the superb works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to blogroll.

  • Shailesh Kshirsagar
    26 November 2015 at 13:49

    Nice one!!!
    Are 1 Day or Half Day city tours (Pvt or Group) available in El Salvador for any single city?
    I have gone through the details of buses, and they indeed cross borders for Central American countries
    Thanks for that important reference…. 🙂

    • Claudia Tavani
      26 November 2015 at 14:25

      Hi Shailesh, I honestly don’t know? I mean… where would you be leaving from, and which city are you interested in visiting? I think in El Salvador you should not miss Suchitoto and if you do, Suchitoto Outfitters is a great company that may offer you lots of options.

  • Donald Leibowicz
    24 July 2016 at 7:48

    Thanks for your bloq, I reside in Central America for over 25 years and now retired, work voluntarily in the development of cultural, rural and yes, urban tourism and travel throughout Central America, I answer common sense travel questions in my Group and also love traveler’s bloqs like yours, as bloqs, websites and facebook pages of travel related companies, lodging places and native guides often tend to ‘sugar coat’ their particular country or region..normal, there is now so much competition for the tourist dollar in Central America and so little good advice updated at least within a year on the web! Often travel sites may have no English language sections at all for those who are not able to read Spanish, anyone planning to travel, volunteer, study or work in Central America join our group and post away!

    Admin note: I removed the link as my comment policy doesn’t allow to insert links to other websites websites. Thanks for respecting this rule. Claudia Tavani.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Who is Claudia?

Hello, nice to meet you!

Hello, nice to meet you!

Hi, my name is Claudia. One day I packed my life and started traveling... except I packed too much. Follow me as I fill my life with dreams, drop the weight and inspire you to live your dreams. View and download my media kit here (updated December 2017). Learn more about me here...


Facebook Fanpage