Encounter the colonial architecture, natural beauty, and artistic life of Suchitoto on this day-long guided tour in San Salvador. Then explore a bit of rural El Salvador. Take the time to experience the country's diversity first-hand.
What to Expect
Suchitoto preserves the essence of El Salvador's colonial architecture. It is one of the few areas in the country where cobblestone streets are still in use.
Santa Lucia Church, built in 1853, remains a major attraction for its architecture and historical significance. But the many art galleries, Ruins’ Theater, and House of Crafts also are among the wide variety of places to visit and see. You can learn the traditional method of dying cloth items with indigo.
Afterward visit Lake Suchitlán, the huge artificial lake formed by the Lempa River and Cerrón Grande dam. It is the largest body of water in the country, and Suchitoto commands an excellent view of it.
Lastly, return to San Salvador to learn more about the colonial houses, rich in tradition, and enjoy a more panoramic view of Lake Suchitlán. In El Salvador’s rural areas, you will find natural and historical treasures, and numerous opportunities for exploration.
- Personalized attention
- Private air-conditioned transportation
- Professional English-speaking tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Refreshing drinks
- Local taxes
Know Before You Go
It is recommended that you wear light clothing and walking shoes, and bring sunblock, extra water, a hat and a camera.
With the purchase of this tour a donation will be made to the "Parents of Children with Cancer of Bloom Hospital" association.
Pick-up at the airport is available for a charge of USD 29 that is payable directly to the supplier on the day of your tour.