hi iam from india me and my friends want to visit san salvador in december 2013 and would li9ke to know if some one can send us invitation letter we can pay them for that
I'm going to El Salvador for 10 days with 3 friends, planning on traveling San Salvador - Lago Coatepeque - Parque Nacional Los Volcanes - Juaya - Apaneca - Tacuba - El Tunco. Is it easy to get around the Ruta de las Flores part by bus or will we constantly need to go back to Santa Ana to make it to our next destination? Will it be easier to just get a car for the whole trip or is renting a car more expensive and too much hassle for risk of theft or accidents?
Good day...!!! Just wondering if a person can rent a Harley or some other kind of motorcycle in El Salvador... if so where is the best place to ride out of traffic ...???
What else is fun to do there...???
Traveling there in Oct for a week....
alguien sabe alguna compañia que tenga busetas de taxi para 32 para trasnportar de aeropuerto a la zona rosa???? gracias
puedo tomar un bus desde el aerpuerto internacional del salvador a la zona rosa san salvador???
if i were to go to el salvador how much money would i need
I am planning to travel to El Salvador in August and am wondering how easy it is to find budget hotels that have rooms available. We've traveled a lot through Honduras and it's always been really easy to just show up to a town and get an affordable room when we arrive, but not sure if it is similar in El Salvador. I would prefer to be able to see the hotel before committing, but if it's not too easy to find available rooms, I'm thinking it might be worth booking ahead. We're looking for places $30 for a double. We'll be arriving August 17th, so hopefully it won't be as busy as the week before, when many Salvadorans are on vacation. Thanks!
Also - we are coming from San Pedro Sula and planning on going to San Salvador-->Santa Tecla-->El Tunco-->Suchitoto/Cinquera-->back to Honduras..any thoughts/suggestions would be very appreciated!
I am traveling to El Salvador in a month and would love to Ilopango and was wondering if there were actual hostels in the general area as opposed to camping out in this area?
Hey all, I will get into San Jose tomorrow 12/12/12 and was wondering if anyone was looking for a shuttle mate or even if you would like to split a rental car. Also if you have any suggestions on an easy or best way to get there if I dont rent a car. How much can I expect to pay if I take a taxi? Is there shuttle services at the airport that you dont have to sign up for in advance? I get in at 2:25pm and not sure how long it takes to get through customs. So not sure what options I will have getting out of the airport around 3ish? Any and all help will be appreciated!!
Where is the station for the buses going from San Salvador to Suchitoto and how often do they depart?.
I will be travelling to San Salvador on a last minute whim this Fri-Tue. If anyone knows of any family memebers or friends that I can pay to show me around that would be great! I just want to do local food, drinks and culture. I work for a large food distibutor in the US and can be considered a "foodie". I will write a short article in our motnhly newsletter which is nationwide with over 100,000 subscribers.
Any recommendations on surf tours? I am looking to spend some time around La Libertad and the "East".
Hi I am an American citizen married to a Salvadorean my husband was granted voluntary departure early this year. We are awaiting consular processing so that he may return legally to the US. I would like to await the whole process in El Salvador algon with my 2 children that we have together. I am clueless as to what i need to do before going and while I am there. Do we need visas to stay for more than 90 days? If so where do I obtain information on getting the visa. Plus what other documents do i have to have before leaving the US. I do not know how long the visa process will take and I would like to be prepared.
in May, I'll be overnighting at El Salvador International Airport (a.k.a. Comalapa International Airport or SAL). Unfortunately, I land around 10pm and depart the next morning around 7:15am.
I'm hoping to find something more interesting (but safe too) than just a van/shuttle to the airport hotel and an early wake-up call.
Any ideas?? Thanks!!
We are planning to travel to El Salvador in December 2011.
Any specific tips if we're to go with kids.
They will be 3 and 5 at time of travel.
i will be traveling to cabanas next month to visit my husbands family, i will be flying by myself, he has not been back for almost ten years. What can i expect.and what should i bring with me.He is very nervous about me going alone, but i am not too worried. Should i be? I will stay with his family for a couple of days,then come back. thank you anne
We already booked our flights and hotels in El Salvador because we would love to see it since it should be little but beautiful. We also rented a car so that we can go around by ourself but now I saw a lot of advises (also of the italian government)to NOT go around alone in El Salvador without local guides because it became to dangerous.
And now I really don't know what to do.... Anybody is living in El Salvador and can give me some words about the situation? I know about the crimes but I thought that it would be most among the criminal bands. Should it be better perhaps to spend some days in El Salvador and than travel to Nicaragua which should be more safe??
I would really appreciate some help to decide! Thanks!!
We already booked 3 nights in a hotel in San Salvador but now I realize that in the whole net I can't find nearly any comment to the hotel.
The name is Árbol de Sueños and it should be at La Escalon in front of the Hotel Radisson.
Somebody knows it or had been there?
Thank you very much!
hi im traveling next month and dont want to pay alot for a few nights stay in el salvador i want to know some prices on cheap hotels in san salvador thanks
im traveling to el salvador next month and was wondering how long is the tourist card good for...is it 30 days or 90 days? i want to stay for 3 months and i would love any advice for traveling there.
Hi, I will be arriving in San Salvador airport and I really don't want to go into San Salvador.
Can you recommend a shuttle service or taxi to take us to Suchitoto or some other nice town not very far from theairport, to spend our first night?
What might I expect to pay for this transport?
is there a good place ie (wal mart) where a person can by school supplies?
items like pencils, note books. crayons, etc etc...
I've read excellent reviews of Siesta, but none give a price range estimate. What is the (year 2010) range of room prices at Siesta?
And what is the size and quality of the rooms for either two or even one person at Siesta?
I am planning to fly from the US to Nicaragua this summer, pick up a friend who lives there, and both of us fly from Managua to San Salvador round trip. (Hablo español suficiente para defenderme, incluso para contar chistes!) Ideally we'd spend a week. What interests me most is the history of the 1980's conflict. What I need to know:
1. Are there any tour services in El Salvador for specifically political tourism? How can I contact them?
2. What's the best airline to take from Managua to San Salvador-a decent price, but safe also!
3.Any good websites you can advise me on? Don't need history, just practical survival advice for tourists: transportation, lodging, food, etc.
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I might need to travel from San Salvador to Guatemala (Antigua) in January. Any recommendations for a comfortable bus company? How long is the journey? How about the border crossing experience? Thanks
What are the less pricey malls in San Salvador, for good brand names in men's clothing? And i wanted to know when i leave and enter into the US do i have to pay duty fees on the clothes i buy? maybe i have to pay canadian duty fee also?
We will be visiting Suchitoto in early 2010 and like to hire an Eng./Sp. translator for one or two days. Is this possible to do in Suchitoto?
I am a U.S. citizen wanting to travel with my fiance who is from El Salvador, next year. As El Salvadorean citizens need to show financial status to apply for visa's, do U.S. citizens need too, also?
Also, if we marry in El Salvador do we have to re marry in U.S. for marriage to be recognized?
I want to marry outside, maybe on a mountain or hillside over looking the city of San Salvador during a sunset or during sunset on a beach there? Anyone know of such a place?
Thanks for the response.
If you want to climb Santa Ana or Izalco I know there are police guided tours leaving at 11am. But are they leaving every day, even if there would be no other tourist than me who wants to go that day?
My first intention was to visit Cerro Verde on two separate days (from Santa Ana) to climb both volcanoes. If I should choose just one, which one is the best to climb?
In a few months I will visit El Salvador and I have just started to do some planning. I will spend about 10 days in El Salvador and so far I think my itinerary can look something like this:
Day 1 - Arriving in San Salvador around noon.
Day 2 - San Salvador
Day 3 - To Tacuba
Day 4 - Parque Nacional El Imposible
Day 5 - Parque Nasional El Imposible
Day 6 - To Ataco
Day 7 - To Santa Ana
Day 8 - Vulcán Izalco (daytrip from Santa Ana)
Day 9 - Vulcán Santa Ana (daytrip from Santa Ana)
Day 10 From Santa Ana to Santa Rosa de Copan in Honduras (I don’t think I can make it to Copán Ruinas in one day)
What do you think? Is it plausible?
If I can get one or two days more to spend in El Salvador I want to go to the beach, but don’t know where. I would like to go somewhere with a relaxed atmosphere (where I can lay in a hammock reading, listening to the waves) and not too far away from the other places I plan to visit. Any suggestions?