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Layover tour San Salvador city and a charming colonial town, Panchimalco

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San Salvador, El Salvador

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icon5 to 7 hours  (Approx.)
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When you leave the plane you have to look for the Gate # 6, in front of the waiting area, you will find the kiosk of the ministry of tourism where our collaborators will be waiting for you, to take you and guide you, in all the migratory and customs process in an express way.
Once completed they will take you to the main exit of the airport, where they will introduce you to your assigned guide.


  • Comalapa Intl Airport, San Salvador El Salvador

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants
  • Complete itinerary of arrival and departure is necessary to process departure tax exemption
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Eco Tours Petate

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, Feb 2020
Osmaru, my guide, is very knowledgeable about Salvadoran history, which was great because I like history too. He took me to Iglesia Rosario, where there was a massacre by the army ( bullet holes still visible in the door) back in the 1970s, and the crypt where Oscar Romero is buried, now a shrine. Also up El Boquron where there is a good view of seemingly half the country. Unfortunately my plane arrived late in the day which meant our time was limited. Also the archaeological site at Joya de Ceren, which I had hoped to see, is closed to tourists just now.
Great Overview of El Salvador with a Knowledgeable Guide
, Dec 2019
Our tour started at 7AM after an overnight flight. We met the collaborator at the Tourist information desk in the airport, and she helped us through customs, making the whole process pretty easy. We met our guide, Osmar, who was very knowledgeable on the history of El Salvador, the economy, and the culture. He was a joy to talk with and was very flexible with plans. Panchimalco was very quaint and interesting to visit, and San Salvador was bursting with life! We didn't get to enter the Cathedral as mass was currently going on, but the Rosario Church was an impressive surprise! We didn't have time to go on top of the Devil's Door or try pupusas (but we did get to have a tipical breakfast!). Missing the Devil's Door is the only reason I stepped down to 4 stars, but I highly recommend taking this tour and getting to see El Salvador beyond the news headlines!
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