San Andrés Archaeological Park

San Andrés Archaeological Park
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San Salvador: Guided Tour of Volcanoes, Lakes, & Mayan Sites

San Salvador: Guided Tour of Volcanoes, Lakes, & Mayan Sites

Dive into the heart of El Salvador with our Ultimate Full-Day Combo Tour, designed for those who seek the thrill of exploring diverse landscapes and rich history all in one unforgettable day. This tour is unparalleled, offering a unique blend of natural beauty and ancient wonders. Explore the ancient ruins of Joya de Cerén, known as the "Pompeii of the Americas," where the daily life of a Mayan village is preserved under volcanic ash. Continue your journey at San Andrés, another significant Mayan archaeological site. Next, immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery of Cerro Verde National Park, set within the stunning Lake and Volcano Complex. And just when you think it can't get any better, you'll find yourself gazing upon the serene beauty of Coatepeque Lake, taking in its crystal-clear waters against a backdrop of volcanic peaks. If you have just one day to explore El Salvador, make it count with this extraordinary tour. Book now and create unforgettable memories!

Maya Route Tour | El Salvador Mayan Sites w/ Joya de Cerén

Maya Route Tour | El Salvador Mayan Sites w/ Joya de Cerén

Immerse yourself in the heart of El Salvador’s rich Maya heritage with our Maya Route Tour, an adventure that takes you through some of the most breathtaking and historically significant sites in the country. Imagine stepping back in time as you explore the remarkable Joya de Cerén, known as the "Pompeii of the Americas," where a village frozen in time by volcanic ash reveals the everyday lives of the ancient Maya. Feel the awe of standing among the grand pyramids and ancient structures of San Andrés, a testament to the ingenuity and culture of the pre-Columbian era. Wander through the charming colonial city of Santa Ana, where history whispers through every cobblestone street and majestic building. The journey culminates with the awe-inspiring Tazumal, the largest Maya ruin in El Salvador. Here, the towering pyramids and intricate stonework transport you to a time of grandeur and mystery. This tour is a unique opportunity to experience the profound legacy of the Maya civilization.re.

San Andrés: Private Island Highlights Tour

San Andrés: Private Island Highlights Tour

At the pre-determined starting time, your tour representative will pick you up from your hotel to take you on a tour around San Andres island. You will start the tour with you first stop of around 20 minutes at la Cueva de Morgan (Morgan’s Cave), where the pirate Henry Morgan used to hide stolen treasure from the Spanish galleons. Following this, you will continue your tour going to the sea natural pool placed in west view, there you can take a bath for about 15 minutes in the charming Sea of Seven Colors. Next, you will visit the Hoyo Soplador, a wonderful natural phenomenon consisting of a small geyser where sea water spouts into the air (up to 20 meters at times) through a natural hole in the coral. This phenomenon occurs only at certain times, when the winds and tide are right, but it's worth hanging around to see. At the end you will visit the South Bay beach San Luis, a beautiful area full of history and culture.

San Andrés Archaeological Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

San Salvador: Guided Tour of Volcanoes, Lakes, & Mayan Sites

San Salvador: Guided Tour of Volcanoes, Lakes, & Mayan Sites

Dive into the heart of El Salvador with our Ultimate Full-Day Combo Tour, designed for those who seek the thrill of exploring diverse landscapes and rich history all in one unforgettable day. This tour is unparalleled, offering a unique blend of natural beauty and ancient wonders. Explore the ancient ruins of Joya de Cerén, known as the "Pompeii of the Americas," where the daily life of a Mayan village is preserved under volcanic ash. Continue your journey at San Andrés, another significant Mayan archaeological site. Next, immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery of Cerro Verde National Park, set within the stunning Lake and Volcano Complex. And just when you think it can't get any better, you'll find yourself gazing upon the serene beauty of Coatepeque Lake, taking in its crystal-clear waters against a backdrop of volcanic peaks. If you have just one day to explore El Salvador, make it count with this extraordinary tour. Book now and create unforgettable memories!

Maya Route Tour | El Salvador Mayan Sites w/ Joya de Cerén

Maya Route Tour | El Salvador Mayan Sites w/ Joya de Cerén

Immerse yourself in the heart of El Salvador’s rich Maya heritage with our Maya Route Tour, an adventure that takes you through some of the most breathtaking and historically significant sites in the country. Imagine stepping back in time as you explore the remarkable Joya de Cerén, known as the "Pompeii of the Americas," where a village frozen in time by volcanic ash reveals the everyday lives of the ancient Maya. Feel the awe of standing among the grand pyramids and ancient structures of San Andrés, a testament to the ingenuity and culture of the pre-Columbian era. Wander through the charming colonial city of Santa Ana, where history whispers through every cobblestone street and majestic building. The journey culminates with the awe-inspiring Tazumal, the largest Maya ruin in El Salvador. Here, the towering pyramids and intricate stonework transport you to a time of grandeur and mystery. This tour is a unique opportunity to experience the profound legacy of the Maya civilization.re.

San Andrés: Private Island Highlights Tour

San Andrés: Private Island Highlights Tour

At the pre-determined starting time, your tour representative will pick you up from your hotel to take you on a tour around San Andres island. You will start the tour with you first stop of around 20 minutes at la Cueva de Morgan (Morgan’s Cave), where the pirate Henry Morgan used to hide stolen treasure from the Spanish galleons. Following this, you will continue your tour going to the sea natural pool placed in west view, there you can take a bath for about 15 minutes in the charming Sea of Seven Colors. Next, you will visit the Hoyo Soplador, a wonderful natural phenomenon consisting of a small geyser where sea water spouts into the air (up to 20 meters at times) through a natural hole in the coral. This phenomenon occurs only at certain times, when the winds and tide are right, but it's worth hanging around to see. At the end you will visit the South Bay beach San Luis, a beautiful area full of history and culture.

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Overall rating

4.8
(11 reviews)

It was a long day, but we covered a lot of ground. Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable of all the sites we visited and I enjoyed the mixture between forests/views and archeological sites. We went on a Sunday and didn’t stop for an actual lunch and it was hot, so I think we were all tired by the end, but overall it was a good day.

brilliant guide, comfy air conditioned car. tour was informative and interesting, great lunch spot overlooking the lake, nothing to fault.

I liked the very friendly guide and I could also include the historic center.

Good service and well attentive from Adonis - will recommend!

Raul was an excellent tour guide and very knowledgeable!!