Tour to San Andres Mayan Ruins and Tazumal"Joya de Ceren ruins is a UNESCO Heritage site comparable to Pompeii in Italy it features and incredible intact farming community that was preserved for centuries under thick layers of volcanic ash.Tazumal and San Andres are archaeological sites locates 20 miles from Santa Ana city those complex are made of a series of ancient buildings which were regarded as the best preserved Mayan Ruins of El Salvador.We will spend approximately 2 hours in each town. At the lunch time you will have free time to buy some local food. We wi"""There are several Mayan ruins in El Salvador and I would recommend you to visit this two wonderful places: San Andres Tazumal and Joya de Ceren."
Joya de Cerén and San Andrés Ruins"Combo Day Tour Volcanoes Lake and Mayan Ruins"During this full day combo tour you will visit the main highlights of El Salvador: The Volcanoes Lake and Mayan Sites of the country. First visit the volcanoes and lakes of El Salvador. Cataloged as the “2nd 8th Wonder of the World for 2013″: the “Lake and Volcano Complex” in El Salvador is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country as its bring together one of the most beau
San Salvador Layover Tour: Mayan Route Including Joya de Cerén
"Your private tour begins when your plane touches down in El Salvador. A driver (and a guide if you select that option) will pick you up at the airport when your plane arrives. Take an exciting archaeological journey to the Mayan site Joya de Cerén known as the Pompeii of the Americas. Learn about what life was like in this pre-Columbian farming village which historians believe was inhabited as early as 1200 BC. Around the year AD 590 Loma Caldera a nearby volcano violently erupted burying the village under 14 layers of ash and subsequently preserving it for hundreds of years. Walk through this historic archeological site and explore how its inhabitants lived thousands of years ago. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site’s houses
After paying the entrance fee ($2), at the left side is located the museum. A small but interesting place to understand a little of how was the place before and after the eruption. Also some ceramics...