For Adventure Couples

Honeymoon in El Salvador

Discover the perfect honeymoon destination that blends romance and adventure – El Salvador. Be enchanted by the magic of exploring the Ruta de Las Flores, refreshed by dipping in the waterfalls, and amazed by the wonder of Cerro Verde National Park and Santa Ana Volcano’s mesmerizing crater.

El Salvador, a hidden gem, awaits those seeking a perfect romantic getaway. It has a rich history, friendly locals, and towns that showcase its culture through beautiful crafts and arts. The Pacific Ocean provides the perfect backdrop for a romantic setting, while bird watching allows you to appreciate nature at its finest. Enjoy a romantic dinner in a cozy boutique hotel, surrounded by the breathtaking scenery that El Salvador has to offer.

San Salvador City

Nestled in a beautiful setting, surrounded by green volcanoes

Volcano Santa Ana

Notable for its striking turquoise lagoon in its crater

Lake Coatepeque

Crystal-clear blue waters and excellent ecotourism

Costa del Sol

Beaches, culinary delights, and a serene atmosphere


Discover the breathtaking beauty of El Salvador with its active volcanoes, rugged hills, clear lakes, black sand beaches, and rich biodiversity. Stroll through the quaint streets of its towns, watch the sunset on a coral beach, or take a boat ride on a volcanic lake.


Upon your arrival at El Salvador International Airport (SAL), a driver will be waiting to take you to your hotel in San Salvador. Stop for your first taste of the famous Salvadoran pupusas, cheese (and other ingredient-filled tortillas) in Olocuilta on your way into the city. 
Two nights in San Salvador: Hotel Barcelo or similar. 

San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador, boasts a unique architecture in its historical center, which is unmatched in Latin America. The city is home to an important museum, the Museo de Arte de El Salvador, with an impressive international collection. Visitors can engage in souvenir shopping at Ex-Cuartel, a large arts and crafts bazaar located in downtown San Salvador. Additionally, San Salvador offers a wide range of dining options, providing visitors with the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many restaurants available. San Salvador boasts numerous historic monuments, museums, and a lively nightlife scene.

You will go on a full-day tour of San Salvador and immerse yourself in its rich culture and history. Discover the beauty of the city center by visiting the National Palace, the main Cathedral, and Rosario Church. Experience the vibrant local shopping scene by quickly walking through the Central Market. Unleash your inner shopaholic at the International Handicraft Market and bring home a piece of Salvadoran art. Marvel at the breathtaking view atop the San Salvador Volcano, and take a moment to savor your lunch before exploring El Boqueron National Park and going for a short hike up to the rim of this impressive crater. 

Discover the beauty of the Ruta de Las Flores (Flowers Route) in just one day. This scenic route in the west of the country is home to stunning volcanoes, charming colonial towns, delicious local food, and friendly people. A professional guide will take you to some of the colorful provincial towns, such as Juayua, Ataco, Apaneca, Nahuizalco, and Salcoatitan, where you can see their historic churches, bustling markets, picturesque coffee plantations, and enchanting waterfalls. The choice of cities and activities will depend on the preferences and desires of each guest.

The possibilities for lunch are varied and exciting, with options depending on your preferences. For an unforgettable culinary experience, Jardin de Celeste is a must-visit destination. You can also partake in various exhilarating activities such as birdwatching, coffee tours, waterfall hikes in Juayua and Ataco, a visit to the Laguna Verde by Apaneca, or a zip line, but reduce time to explore the colorful towns. We offer every option, but you must decide with your guide the stops along the route you prefer to visit in one day. Later, we will drive to your hotel in Suchitoto. 
Two nights in Suchitoto: Boutique Hotel Los Almendros de San Lorenzo or similar.  

You will spend a whole day in Suchitoto. You will combine a lake tour and a city tour. You will have an early start for an excellent birding and boat tour on Lake Suchitlan, then time for breakfast before the walking tour. If you come during the rainy season, a tour of Los Tercios Waterfall.   

Lake Suchitlan serves as a crucial sanctuary for various species of fish and birds. During the early mornings or late afternoons, when the weather is mild, one can witness the beauty of more than 70 species of birds that call this place their home every year.

Suchitoto, a small colonial town located next to the lake, is considered one of the most romantic destinations in El Salvador. The charming atmosphere of the town, combined with the stunning views of the lake, can make anyone fall in love with it. As soon as you enter this town, you can feel all your stress and worries slip away, making you feel calm and at peace. The colorful houses, beautiful flowers, and friendly locals add to the town’s charm, making it a perfect destination to unwind and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Go on a journey to uncover the wonders of the Mayan civilization, starting with a visit to the Joya de Ceren Archaeological Site. As the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in El Salvador, this ancient Mayan town is a testament to the rich history that lies within its ruins. Be transported thousands of years back in time and witness what life was like in this captivating site. The on-site museum is a treasure trove of knowledge waiting to be explored by curious visitors.

Prepare for our next stop as we go to the breathtaking Lake Coatepeque, widely recognized as the most exquisite body of water in the country. Our itinerary includes a delectable lunch and a refreshing swim in the invigorating waters of the lake. 

Later, you’ll discover the beauty of Cerro Verde National Park with a visit to the extinct crater, where you can take a leisurely walk or a moderate hike. As you explore the park, be amazed by the breathtaking views of the two neighboring volcanoes, and keep an eye out for the many different types of birds and armadillos that call the park their home.
Two nights in Cerro Verde National Park: Hotel Casa 1800 El Salvador or similar. 

Today, you will hike to Santa Ana Volcano, also known as Volcano Ilamatepec. It is the primary attraction of Cerro Verde National Park and is the most imposing, with a height of 2391 meters. The trail is approximately two hours long and begins at the stunning San Blas Plateau, offering breathtaking views of the nearby Coatepeque caldera and Izalco Volcano. The path to the crater provides a challenging yet rewarding journey. As you make your way, take a moment to pause at the wooden lookouts and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the natural landscape that envelops the Lakes and Volcanoes Complex.

The terrain at the summit of the volcano is equally awe-inspiring. Visitors can walk around the crater’s edge, gazing at the four concentric calderas and an emerald-green crater lake.

After your hike, you can visit the Santa Teresa Hot Springs. This hidden gem of El Salvador provides a unique opportunity to relax and enjoy the largest fumarole, or hot water geyser, in Central America, along with several other attractions such as the magic pool, the lagoon trail, the romantic pool, and the blue lagoon. Experience ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation in natural hot springs. After that, you’ll return to your hotel in Cerro Verde National Park. 

On the seventh day of your journey, you can experience the beauty of El Salvador by spending three days on one of the country’s beaches. Due to the small size of the nation, all the beaches are easily accessible. The warm waters, with an average temperature of over 80 degrees, offer a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Additionally, the beaches in El Salvador provide breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. You can choose from the following beaches:

Playa Costa del Sol: 
Costa del Sol beach is a breathtaking natural wonder located in the department of La Paz, in the central region of El Salvador. Its stunning beauty is enhanced by the surrounding valley, which sets it apart from the rocky formations and cliffs that define the other beaches in the country. With its pristine white sand beaches and tranquil atmosphere, Costa del Sol Beach is a world-class destination that inspires awe and wonder. If you’re looking for a place to bask in the sun from sunrise to sunset on a never-ending white sand beach, this is your perfect choice.

El Tunco Beach: 
El Tunco Beach, the most iconic surf destination in El Salvador, is a must-visit for surfers and those seeking to immerse themselves in the bohemian surf culture. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere and welcoming locals who embody the spirit of service, El Tunco is like a microcosm of the best that El Salvador has to offer. The food at this beach is a feast for the senses, with aromas and flavors from Salvadoran street food to homemade dishes, international cuisine, and delicious seafood. 

El Tunco beckons to adventurous souls seeking the thrill of riding the consistent waves that pound against the black-sand shoreline. Home to world-class surf breaks, this coastal gem has played host to international competitions, attracting adrenaline seekers from all over. Surf groups gather here for meet-ups and getaways, drawn by the magnetic pull of the ocean and the vibrant energy of the town.

El Zonte Beach:
El Zonte, a charming and famous beach town in El Salvador, still retains its rustic beauty, making it a unique and attractive destination for tourists. With its stunning landscape of cliffs, rocky outcrops that extend into the sea, and two beautiful beaches with volcanic black sand separated by a small estuary, El Zonte is truly a hidden gem waiting. Moreover, it is renowned as one of the best surf spots in the country, making it an ideal place to catch some waves and enjoy the beauty of the ocean. 
Three nights on the beach of your choice. 

On the last day of your honeymoon in El Salvador, a driver will take you to El Salvador International Airport (SAL) for your flight back home. The airport is only a 30-minute drive from the beach.

map, expenses & price

Honeymoon for Adventure Couples

Expenses included:
-All private transportation.
-Nine nights of hotel accommodations.
-Tours and excursions as listed.
-Professional certified guides.
-All park entrance fees.
-Romantic dinner and couple massage.
-Daily breakfast.

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