Tour Starts: 08:30 am
From: San Salvador City
Tour Duration: 9 hrs
Would you like to visit one of the most distinctive natural attributes of El Salvador? You must visit the volcanoes and lakes of El Salvador. Cataloged as the “2nd 8th Wonder of the World for 2013”: the “Lake and Volcano Complex” in El Salvador is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country as its bring together one of the most beautiful lakes in the world and a group of the most amazing volcanoes of El Salvador: The Izalco Volcano, The Santa Ana Volcano and Cerro Verde Volcano.
Visit the Cerro Verde National Park and take a refreshing sigthseeing tour through the eco trails of the park (45 minutes approximately). Cerro Verde is an inactive volcano located at an altitude of 2035 meters and length of 500 hectares of nature, it has a cloud forest in and around the crater with a temperature of between 12 and 18 degrees centigrade. From here you will enjoy panoramic views of Izalco Volcano better know as the “Lighthouse of the Pacific” because the boats were oriented with the red glow of the lava to reach the Acajutla port, the Santa Ana Volcano or “Ilamatepec Volcano” being the biggest volcano of the area, and the beauty of the nature in the surroundings of this National Park.
It is a place where you will be surrounded by the wilderness or “dwarf forest”, where you can find pasture and some low-lying bushes, giant agaves, among others. The landscape is unique in Mesoamerica and it definitly worth the visit. Next, you will have a sightseeing of the volcanic lake “Coatepeque”, cataloged amongst the most beautiful of the world. Welcome to the Land of the Volcanoes!
Private transportation with A/C, free pick up and drop off, bilingual tour guide, local entrances, local guide payments, bottled water, all taxes.
- The tour begins and ends at the hotel where you are staying.
- This tour is available daily.
- Meals are not included
- Boat ride is not included
What to bring?
- Light clothes
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Hat or Cap
- Extra bottle of water