El Salvador is home to some of the best beaches for surfing in the world. In fact, if you are searching for that big wave, you may want to put Las Floresand Punta Roca on your to-do list. These beaches have some serious waves. But if you’re a beginner, you may want to check out El Tunco. It has a milder selection of waves but doesn’t skimp on the beauty. Don’t forget to talk a walk around sunset and see the most beautiful displays each evening.
El Salvador has 26 volcanoes located within its borders with about ⅓ of them of them still being active. At the National Park Cerro Verde, you can choose from 3 different volcanoes to hike. You can walk through a cloud forest and see hundreds of unique species of animals, birds and plant life.
You haven’t been to El Salvador if you haven’t tried a Pupusa. It is made with a corn dough that has been filled with a mixture of beans, rice and cheese and maybe meat. It is then flattened and grilled. The flavors are rich and delicious. You don’t want to miss out!