CORSATUR, El Salvador’s Tourism Board and Cotidiana Collective, Inc., El Salvador’s tourism trade representation and PR agency, successfully hosted the country’s first Roadshow on the West Coast of the US in San Francisco, Seattle and Los Angeles in July. Eight of the country’s leading receptive operators and Avianca Airlines met with a total of 126 members […]


The Copa El Salvador Impresionate presented by Body Glove Women’s QS6000 event received a showcase of incredible surfing from the world’s best in more beautiful Punta Roca waves today. The top seeds were dominant, as nearly all advanced from their respective Round 2 and Round 3 heats in dominating fashion as the Championship Tour (CT) […]


  I dragged myself out of bed with the mosquito net basically in my mouth from tossing and turning all night excited for my next venture: hitchhiking to Playa El Tunco in El Salvador. The night before, I had met a couple from Canada named Alex and Luke — two new-age hippies who met while […]


Tour guides often refer to El Salvador as “the country of 40 minutes.”  Because it is the smallest country in Central America, flanked by Guatemala to the west and Honduras to the northwest, you can easily hike a volcano in the morning, grab lunch at the beach, and end your day with a zip-line canopy […]


There are few countries where you can drive from the mountains to the beach in just a few hours – with natural beauty bursting from a variety of resplendent vistas, El Salvador is certainly one of these places. Visitors might observe that this same ecological diversity is reflected in the country’s cuisine.  From traditional Mayan […]


El Salvador is a country of contrasts: towering volcanoes and flat, sandy beaches; modern cities and charming historic pueblos; rambling Mayan ruins and aging Spanish haciendas.  Because this country of 6 million is the smallest in Central America, it’s the perfect place to experience the history of the region, and unfamiliar visitors can easily take […]


Jan Zeschky samples the El Salvador staple of pupusa at Guanaco.


San Salvador’s most imposing building is an unexpected destination for design inspiration, thanks to its interior of intricate and diverse tilework. Although El Salvador doesn’t have a monarchy, it does have a National Palace. Constructed in 1911 and declared a National Monument in 1980, the building used to house the major branches of government and […]


In this Painting Collection the artist Juan Glower has infused a surrealist style interpreting the legendary monuments, Glower has embelish them with mithology and cosmology. By using his very own technique, which blends very nicely with the theme, creating an original plastic language, this is presented in a new painting without precedent and highly creative, […]


El Salvador’s Ministry of Tourism will host the country’s first travel and tourism trade show, El Salvador Travel Market 2013 in San Salvador on Sept. 6, 2013. The event will offer travel buyers and wholesalers from El Salvador’s top source markets, the United States and Canada, opportunities to and learn more about El Salvador’s diverse destination […]

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