"Volcanoes, waterfalls, surfing, jungles, lagoons, mountain and seaside towns, fascinating history, tasty local cuisine, warm and friendly people... El Salvador is an amazing country to explore and it's all within a few hours of the villa!"
– Julie (California)
Exploring the small but diverse country of El Salvador is rewarding beyond description. Inhabited by a warm and beautiful people it's natural wonders shine. We are happy to offer personalized single or multi-day tours with a bi-lingual, professional, who is fully certified and knows the country better than most. The many cultural, archaeological and geographical locations of El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala are easily accessible from the Villa and are worth the trip.
City & Shopping Tours
The capitol city, San Salvador, is 45 minutes away with first class shopping and many bargain opportunities. A day trip or overnight stay complete with bi-lingual guide, transportation, city and shopping tour can be easily arranged. Contact Us Today
El Salvador - "The Tom Thumb of the Americas"
El Salvador, the smallest country of the Central America, is situated on the Pacific shore neighbouring to Guatemala and Honduras. Prior to invasion of Spanish conquerors, the present territory of El Salvador was called Cuscatlan, which, translated from Nahuatl, means "the land of jewels". However, despite that "the Tom Thumb of the Americas" (a nickname invented by Gabriela Mistral) possesses numerous natural, scenery, cultural and historical sights, it has not yet become an independent tourist direction, it still lives in the shadow of its more eminent neighbors. Most of tourists turn out in Salvador in transit, just sparing 2-3 days for familiarization with the capital, which, with all its economic, political and cultural significance, is not the most interesting place to see in El Salvador... Click Here to Read More
Go Between City and Sand in San Salvador
Once dominated by civil war, El Salvador’s capital city now offers a vibrant urban culture plus nearby escapes to towering volcanoes and Pacific beaches... Click Here to Read More