El Imposible National Park in El Salvador offers free camping and three hiking trails to keep you busy. Find out what you can see as you explore the paths and lookouts.
Volcan San Pedro looms over Lake Atitlan, and provides excellent views from the top or from a distance as you gaze upon the volcano. Find out what to expect, and how to climb for free without a guide.
Casa Frolaz & Quattro Estaciones is a quiet oasis away from the hustle of downtown Santa Ana – find out why this garden hostel-restaurant is the friendliest place in town.
Releasing sea turtles is a top bucket list item in Central America – you can do it at Barra de Santiago but find out why you might want to wait for a better experience…
Ataco is the best base for exploring Ruta de las Flores. Other villages start to fade mid-afternoon, while Ataco’s restaurant and bar scene are just getting started.
Juayua is the most popular village on Ruta de las Flores with their weekly food fair. Los Chorros de Calera is also a fun swimming hole just outside town. Find out what is on the menu inside.
Mexico does in fact have a 390 peso exit fee if you stay over 7 days in the country. Find out if you already paid it, how to pay it if you didn’t, and how to avoid paying it again.
The border crossing from Valle Nuevo, Guatemala to Las Chinamas, El Salvador is extremely painless, except the chicken bus transfer in Guatemala City. Find out how to get from Antigua to Ahuachapan for the Ruta de las Flores.
Eat, drink, sleep & be merry at Los Portones de Ataco, a cafe-hotel located on the Ruta de las Flores – find out why it’s the perfect hub for exploring this beautiful region of El Salvador.
Ahuachapan is a pleasant intro to El Salvador, and home to Los Ausoles geysers. Find out how this Ruta de las Flores endpoint powers the country.