Cuzcatlan is the ideal getaway for those who wish to relax poolside or overlooking the Ocean. After a couple of days hanging out, it may be time to explore. The El Salvadoran countryside has lots to offer...and the people are so accomodating. We've listed a few things below that we have enjoyed in our travels around El Salvador.

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Adventure Tours - Click to view Excellent Adventure Tour company. They speak English, and are great people.

Mangrove Tours - Get picked up right on the beach in front of the resort and tour the beautiful Mangroves that lies behind the town of El Espino. Ask the groundskeeper, Maury.
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Mayan Ruins - El Salvadorans are proud of their Mayan culture. Several ruin sites are worth visiting. Most are close to San Salvador, the capital city.
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Hire a Traditional El Salvadoran Band - We asked Maury if there was a band for hire in town. He made the arrangements for us and we had a fantastic time.
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Restaurants - There are 5 or 6 restaurants and hotel restaurants in El Espino. Most feature seafood. There is a KFC-style chicken restaurant in the centre of town called Pollo Campestre. Better than KFC.
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Volcano Tours - There are 27 volcanos in El Salvador. You can arrange walking tours locally. We went to a Volcano outside of San Salvador; one which we could drive up the the top and look inside.
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Visit the Picturesque Town of Allegria - This once coffee-growing town turned itself into a garden and artisan centre. Perched on a moutainside, the views are spectacular.
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