Interesting facts about El Salvador for travelers

Interesting facts about El Salvador for travelers

El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America and by far the most densely populated. With 25 volcanoes, 14 lakes, popular surfing beaches and Mayan ruins, it offers many things to do for travelers. The traditional culture of countries further north is gone;...
Boat crossing from La Union, El Salvador to Potosi, Nicaragua

Boat crossing from La Union, El Salvador to Potosi, Nicaragua

Boat crossing from El Salvador to Nicaragua is one of the most enjoyable ways we’ve ever crossed the borders. We enjoyed the beautiful day on the ocean and were warmly welcomed in La Union, El Salvador and Potosi, Nicaragua which don’t see many visitors. If you would...
Guns and danger – the truth about traveling in El Salvador

Guns and danger – the truth about traveling in El Salvador

To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect from El Salvador. It has recently stolen Honduras its infamous title of being the world’s most deadly country. Not that we choose countries based on what media tell the world (most recent example being Venezuela), but we...
Month 3 recap of our RTW trip

Month 3 recap of our RTW trip

In case you missed it, read our recap of Month 1 & 2 We’ve visited our most favourite countries of Central America during the 3rd month of our trip around the world – El Salvador and Nicaragua (and Panama in November). And we would definitely like to return there...
Month 1 & 2 recap of our RTW trip

Month 1 & 2 recap of our RTW trip

We left for a trip around the world in the middle of August 2016. From Canada, where we lived, we flew to Mexico to start the trip. In these monthly recaps, we will write about all the highlights and low points, best places we’ve visited and places that made us say...