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Why us ?

Because of our visionary, transformative and ethical approach, changing the game in the Mayan lands, and maximizing your experience during your most valued asset, your leisure time! 

Feel good because you are not only traveling, in fact you are also supporting many noble causes, and always keep in mind that part of your investment in your journey  benefits you, the residents you meet, and mother nature.

- high quality, hygiene, safety & comfort - 24/7 customer service - sustainable & regenerative philosophy - social responsibility - exclusive & unique activities - amazing destinations - a team of local living legends - exquisite local food - handpicked accommodations - on-time transportation - and much more.

When you have to choose between two roads, ask yourself which of them has a heart? Whoever chooses the path of the Heart never makes a mistake.

Popol Vuh (the sacred book of the Mayans).


Feel free to contact us. We are a team of expert travel designers more than happy to help you.

How can we customize it for you? If it leaves you dreaming about it, and makes you smile. Just let us know, and we can begin the process of tailoring it.

(+43) 6765191970



Tour Details

An active and rewarding expedition through El Salvador´s hot spots and specially curated for sophisticated, adventurous, and conscious travelers that are in love with the Latin American culture, beaches, mayan sacred sites and wild nature. 

El Salvador is one of the smallest countries in Latin America, which is why it is known as “the thumb of America,” but in fact, it is a big and beautiful country that has as a major highlight the hospitality of its friendly people.

Get ready to experience the cosmopolitan San Salvador, the colorful Ruta de las Flores and its pueblos mágicos, los Tercios waterfall, the cultural town of Suchitoto, the one and only “Mayan Pompeii” or Joyas del Ceren (World Heritage Site), the Coatepeque Lake and its crystal clear waters, the Tamanique Waterfalls, the world-famous pacific coast of La Libertad, with El Tunco Beach (the surf Capital in Latin America) and El Boqueron National Park (a natural haven).



Travel dates

Available all-year-round.


El Salvador.


SAL (arrival & departure).


07 days – 06 nights.




Nature, adventure, culture and community.


Boutique hotels.


Van / Microbus & boat.

Destinations & activities

Day 01: San Salvador.

Welcome (SAL airport) – drive to San Salvador – free & easy time – Boutique Hotel San Salvador.

Day 02: La ruta de las flores (the flowers route). 

Drive to La ruta de las flores – Juayúa, Concepcion de Ataco and Nahuizalco visit – drive to San Salvador – Boutique Hotel San Salvador.

Day 03: Suchitoto:

Drive to Suchitoto – Los Tercios waterfall visit – Suchitoto visit – free & easy time – Boutique Hotel Suchitoto.

Day 04: Joya del Ceren (World Heritage Site) El Salvador.  

Drive to Joyas de Ceren – Joyas de Ceren sacred site visit – Lake Coatepeque visit and boat ride – drive to San Salvador – Boutique Hotel San Salvador.

Day 05: La Libertad and El Tunco beach. 

Drive to Tamanique – Tamanique waterfalls visit – drive to La Libertad – El Tunco Beach visit – night walk – Boutique Hotel El Tunco Beach.

Day 06: San Salvador.

Drive to El Boqueron – El Boqueron National Park visit – San Salvador city visit – Boutique Hotel in San Salvador.

Day 07: San Salvador. 

Goodbye – drive to SAL airport – Buen Camino

Your Itinerary

DAY 01The vibrant San Salvador city, and your welcoming dinner

Welcome by your team at the International Airport (SAL) and your drive to the cosmopolitan and vibrant capital city of San Salvador (Holy Savior).

Free and easy time to explore (try to arrive before midday to enjoy the sunset in San Salvador with tea, coffee, or drinks), rest, prepare yourself for your upcoming adventure and enjoy a typical welcoming dinner. 

Meals: Welcome dinner. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel in San Salvador.

Activities: Wellcome transfer, sightseeing, and free & easy time at San Salvador.

DAY 02"La Ruta de las Flores" with its indigenous culture alive, living among mountain ranges, local traditions, and its excellent coffee culture.

Breakfast and transfer to the west of the country for your visit to the magical Route of the Flowers, one of the most famous and visited destinations in the country, on a journey over the Apaneca – Ilamatepeq mountain range with a cool climate and communities steeped in traditions and history. So experience a group of small picturesque and charming towns, where it is possible to appreciate the Salvadoreans’ local, artisan, agricultural and peaceful life.

Your first visit is Juayúa (which in the Nahuatl language means “river of purple orchids”), a pre-Columbian town characterized by its nurseries of ornamental plants, its coffee crops, and gastronomy. Tour of the village and its artisan shops with free time for lunch at its gastronomic fair (located in the center of the city), and then continue with Concepción de Ataco (the “place of high springs”) and a town characterized by its great tradition of artisan work on lever looms and wood carving handicrafts.

And finally, your visit to the indigenous Mayan Pipil town of Nahuizalco, characterized by its exceptional central square, its markets, including its night market (exclusive to that municipality), and its wide variety of artisan shops, highlighting the production of leather goods.

Meals: Breakfast. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel in San Salvador.  

Activities: Ruta de las Flores with its pueblos magicos (magical towns).

DAY 03Los Tercios waterfall and Suchitoto (El Salvador cultural capital).

Typical breakfast and your transfer to the unusual geodesic basalt rock formation of Los Tercios Waterfall, whose uniqueness and beauty lie in the vertical wall behind the water with massive hexagonal columns of rock.

This rare rock formation results from nearby volcanic activity, although numerous folkloric legends also claim to explain the origins of rock´s shape.

Lunch in the cultural city of Suchitoto (which in the Nahuatl language means “bird flower place”) and located between the Guazapa volcano and the Lempa river, with impressive panoramic views of Lake Suchitlán (the largest lake in the country). So prepare yourself for a Salvadorean cultural afternoon, visiting its cobblestone streets and colonial-style houses, art galleries, parks, markets, and shops.

Meals: All. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel in Suchitoto.  

Activities: Los Tercios waterfall visit, Suchitoto tour and free & easy time at Suchitoto.

DAY 04Joya de Ceren (also known as the Americas Pompeii) and Lake Coatepeque.

Breakfast followed by your drive and the exploration of the one- of-a-kind Joya de Cerén (a World Heritage Site), with an outstanding universal value, and a crucial Mayan sacred site because its vestiges revealed important information for the better comprehension of the everyday life of the ancient Mayans.

Admire a pre-classic Maya farming village preserved remarkably intact under layers of volcanic ash  (because a volcano eruption buried the village).  

It really is a unique place in all the Mayan lands and one of the most important sacred sites because it shows the remains of the best preserved pre-Hispanic village in Mesoamerica. Allowing you to observe the daily life of the indigenous settlements before the Spanish invasion by showing the remains of a small farm that includes some elements such as a bed, the food storage area, the sauna (or temazcal) and the shaman’s house (or timekeeper – religious leader), who could have been a woman.

Continue your way for lunch at the volcanic Coatepque Lake (the Hill of Snakes).

This marvelous lake is around 50,000 years old and experienced a fierce period of mega-telluric activity that ended up with a massive explosion and leaving a huge gap of more than 20 kilometers radius and about two kilometers deep, which began a long process capturing rainy and underground waters to become a special lake.

Boat ride on its crystal clear waters and your drive to San Salvador city.

Meals: Breakfast and dinner. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel San Salvador. 

Activities: Joyas de Ceren tour, boat ride in Coatepeque Lake and San Salvador (free and easy).

DAY 05Tamanique Waterfalls and the world-famous pacific coast of La Libertad, with El Tunco Beach (the surf Capital in Latin America).

Local breakfast and your transportation to Tamanique town, to visit the gorgeous landscape of the national park and its crystal clear waterfalls. Hyke through its rainforest area and be able to appreciate different types of wild flora and fauna. Be prepared for refreshing swimming and some adrenaline jumping from them.

Then continue with your trip to El Tunco Beach, one of the favorite destinations for those looking for fun, sun, sea, nightlife, and some of the best waves to surf in all of America. A unique rock and the mouth of a river make up the setting for some of the best beaches in the Pacific. 

Lunch on the beach, free time in the afternoon to try the waves, and a bohemian night visiting the different bars and restaurants with live music.

Meals: Breakfast and lunch. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel in El Tunco beach. 

Activities: Tamanique waterfall national park, leisure time at El Tunco beach (free & easy) and night walking tour.

DAY 06El Boqueron National Park (a natural haven), San Salvador historic city center night tour, and your special goodbye dinner.

Just because today is the last day of your journey, it doesn’t mean you’re slowing down. 

Morning breakfast and your transport to visit El Boqueron National Park, a natural area located in the massive stratovolcano known as the San Salvador volcano, being its main attraction the astonishing large crater (about five km in diameter and 1/2 km. profound). And extraordinary as it sounds, there is a small volcano crater inside the principal volcano crater called El Boqueroncito.

So experience a glimpse of the unique ancient volcano craters, walk the trails surrounded by pine trees, a refreshing climate and appreciate the beauty of the local flora and fauna.

Lunch and the beginning of your city tour, visiting this vibrating and cosmopolitan central American capital, with all of its must-stops and hot spots, like its handicraft market, Municipal market of El Antiguo Cuscatlán, it’s downtown, and because it is your last night, we are going to have a perfect time celebrating life, taking you out for a special goodbye dinner.

Meals: Breakfast and diner. 

Lodging: Boutique Hotel in San Salvador. 

Activities: El Boqueron National Park, San Salvador city tour, and your special goodbye dinner. 

*Note: During this day you need to take an antigen or PCR test to fly back home on the next day, and your team is going to help you to coordinate that one.

DAY 07Final exit transfer to El Salvador City airport (SAL) and the end of your services

Morning breakfast and your final transfer to the Airport.

Goodbye from your team and until the next time! Buen Camino.

Meals: breakfast. 

Lodging: none.

Activities: Exit transfer and sightseeing.

Other Details


-24/7 guest support.

-High profile tour leader in English and experienced local guides.

-All breakfast.

-Days 03 & 05 lunches.

-Days 01, 03, 04 & 06 dinners.  

-All activities.

-Boat ride in Lake Coatepeque. 

-All transfers between hotels and activities.

– And way more thrills and surprises along the way.


-06 Nights accommodation:

– 4 nights in San Salvador at: 

Hotel Nico Urban or Árbol de Fuego Eco Hotel (in a double or twin shared room).

– 1night in Suchitoto at:

Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo (in a double or twin shared room).

– 1 nights in El Tunco Beach at:

Atami Escape Resort or Kayu Resort (in a double or twin shared room).



– International flights and airport taxes. 

– Days 01, 02, 04, 06 & 07 lunches.

– Days 02, 05 & 07 dinners.

– All the drinks at restaurants.

– Personal expenses of any kind.

– Gratitudes. 

– Antigen or PCR test for Covid-19 (to take your flight back home).

-The not described services in your sample itinerary.

Expanding hearts, minds & souls by
mindful journeys of transformation with
social outreach in Central America (Est 2,005)

Your requirements and recommendations that facilitate entering fully into the experience

Travel with your heart and mind open and be receptive to all the lessons that these sacred lands have for you.

– No matter where you are, always travel with health & travel insurance.

-Tell all your friends, family, and community about it. We recommend having this experience with a group of your closest friends because it’s going to connect all of you on a more profound and higher level.

Follow the instructions of your expert Tour leader / spiritual guide and local guides. They really know what they are doing. Ask them, question them, and also connect with them. They are going to surprise you.

Be prepared for the tropics and pack multiple changes of clothes: 

Clothing for warm and hot weather during the day: two pairs of pants, two pairs of shorts, three changes of shirts, a rain poncho, a swimsuit, and a sweater or jacket to wear at night. Walking shoes, hiking boots, sneakers, and sandals are all acceptable. 

Quick-dry clothing (especially a pair of convertible pants that zip at the knee to convert into shorts) is recommended for your visit to the tropical areas. 

Always bring a towel, and please don’t forget sunblock, bug spray, a flashlight, a sun hat, a lightweight raincoat or poncho, anti-diarrheal medicine, and wet wipes.

*Important reminder: Be conscious of what you pack, and always keep sustainability in mind.

How can we customize it for you?

If it catches your attention, leaves you dreaming about it, and makes you smile, just let us know, and we can begin the process of tailoring it

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