Las Flores Surfing
Managed by surfers for surfers, Las Flores Surf Club’s pride is its signature break “Las Flores” — a world-class, 300-meter-long, right-going freight train that forms outside the point and peels across the cove up onto the sand just meters from the front of the hotel. The epic location of the Las Flores Resort directly in front of the wave is without rival. In combination with the beachfront hotel’s modern facilities and amenities, panga fleet for surfing and fishing the area, in-house surf school and the personalized service of our surf guides and staff, the result is practically unprecedented in surf travel.
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Alegría Town Eco Tour Shuttle
Lies at the bottom of the crater of the Volcano Tecapa, the Laguna de Alegria is considered one of the most beautiful places in the country. Because its Emerald sulphur and minerals that are found in the crater of the volcano, the lagoon is a beautiful destination that hosts aromatic flowers. The best time to visit the laguna is in winter periods. Its special feature is the turquoise-colored water. The lagoon has easy access through a cobblestone Street that passes through coffee plantations. Explore the place with guided five-hour hikes around the crater rim.
San Miguel Shopping
This is the country’s third largest and most populated city, San Miguel is a popular destination during its carnival on November. Visit the 19th century Cathedral, Francisco Gavidia Theatre, and then go to Metrocentro San Miguel, which is the nearest mall to Las Flores Resort. Prepare for a city that is warm all year round. The temperature typically varies from 73°F to 94°F and is rarely below 68°F or above 98°F. The San Miguel Carnival takes place every November during the festivities in honor of their patron, Our Lady of Peace. During carnival, the town’s main avenue fills with orchestras, musical groups, as well as national, and international artists, like colombian singer Carlos Vives, perform for the delight of those willing to live a night filled with music and joy. San Miguel is a major center of trade. From the city, take a look to highly active San Miguel Volcano, which offers breathtaking views.
Volcano Hike (Conchagua)
Go up to the Conchagua volcano in La Union, while overlooking the Gulf of Fonseca, part of the Pacific Ocean, bordering El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
Go through a rural balastado road, marked by a diversity of trees. Conchagua volcano elevates 1,225 meters (4,019 ft) above sea level. Go see the petrographies of Yologual, stones with images of monkeys before reaching the protected area and start a walk along the trails. On your way, look at the colorful butterflies, small mammals and sleigh birds, before arriving at the viewpoint from where you can see the mountains and the islands of the three countries that share the Gulf of Fonseca: El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua.
After 12 years of civil war, North Morazan transformed to a place full of peaceful and natural beauty, with crystalline rivers, gorgeous rivers cascade that are ideal for camping and hiking sites.
Its early early inhabitants were Lenca tribes, like most of the people of Morazán. After the Salvadoran civil war, Morazan has developed many tourist options, like visiting Perkin and Arambala. Both towns have cool climate, are surrounded by coffee plantations and lush pine forests; with friendly and helpful people.
During 80s, Morazan was one of the main scenes of great battles. In Perkin is located Museo de la Revolución, where you can find objects, documents, images and testimonials from civil war. You can take a guided tour with ex guerillas, who narrate their past from their personal experience. The museum takes you to learn about life during war on Morazan mountains, conventional guns and bombs, official guerilla Radio Venceremos, and more.
Several national operators offer the route which includes Perkin, Arambala, El Mozote, and perhaps a waterfall or two. Many sites in North Morazan are surrounded by pines, oaks, rose apple, bushes, and more.
Jiquillisco Kayak & Ecological Tour
Experience our legendary signature eco tour at Jiquilisco Bay in Usulutan. Over 80 species of migratory birds visit the Jiquilisco Bay Biosphere Reserve to feed. At more than 150.000 acres, this is Central America’s largest estuary with a wide diversity of birds, sea turtles, fish, and other animals. It’s located on the southeast Pacific coast of El Salvador. Explore and learn all about the serene mangrove, the largest mangrove forest in El Salvador. Spot marine life, coastal ecology, sea turtles, fish and birds in their natural habitat. How about sailing through atmospheric mangroves replete with wildlife?