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Private Tour: El Imposible National Park Day Trip from San Salvador
"Your private tour of El Salvador’s famed El Imposible National Park begins with hotel pickup by your personal guide. Relax as you leave San Salvador behind and enter the green and enchanting jungle. El Imposible is the largest protected land in El Salvad and it won’t take long to see why it’s so treasured.After a 2-hour drive arrive at the tropical forest of El Imposible named for its dangerous gorge. Get acquainted with this spectacular park at the interpretive museum which will teach you about the history of the area. Explore the verdant rolling hills and steep ravines of this national treasure filled with a diverse array of wildlife
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"Maya Ruins Tazumal
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."
From $70.00
 
Private Archaeological Tour: El Salvador Mayan Ruins Including Joya de Cerén
"Upon hotel pickup in San Salvador meet your friendly guide who accompanies you on either a morning or afternoon half-day tour or a full-day tour (depending on option selected upon booking). Traveling in the comfort of a private vehicle discuss with your guide how to personalize your itinerary. This is your customized trip and the amount of time you spend at each location is left up to you. Read on to choose the option that fits your schedule.""""Enjoy a personalized
From $35.00

More Transportation in Juayùa

From Juayúa to Santa Ana

In Juayúa the buses for Santa Ana leaves in the corner of Calle Mercedes Pte and 5a Av Sur, just one block down from Hotel Anáhuac. I took the 9 o’clock bus, the next one doesn’t leave until 12...
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MalenaN
Sep 25, 2009

To Juayúa from Tacuba

The buses between Tacuba and Ahuachapán leave quite frequently. They leave from the main street, a few blocks up from the main plaza. When I was leaving a bus was standing there and I didn’t have to...
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MalenaN
Sep 21, 2009

Bus Service

To get to/from Juayua, the alternative to private car and taxis is the bus. Bus line to Juayua is the one which serves the Ruta de las Flores and that goes from/to Ahuachapan to/from Sonsonate...
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gdilieto
Mar 02, 2008

Guideline for Taxi Fares

Tourists will likely get to Juayua by bus, taxi or private car. Taxi is a reasonable choice if you have made your base in San Salvador and plan to visit Ruta de las Flores (and Juayua) in day trip and...
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gdilieto
Mar 01, 2008

Getting Around

Juayua is a small village with a compact center and you are not going to need any other means to get around but the soles of your shoes. For visiting nearby sights, you will find moto-taxis (and also...
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gdilieto
Feb 29, 2008
 
 
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Chorros de la Calera - Waterfalls

"No, no, take some more!," Jamie says, leaning against the rocks of the falls, smiling and posing alluringly. As awkward as all of this is, there are surely worse things in life than having a 20-year...
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Templo del Senor Juayua

On the western side of Parque Central stands Templo del Señor Juayúa, the main church of Juayúa. The church dates back more than 500 years, but it has been rebuilt three times and the last is a...
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El Mercado - The Market

The streets just north and west of Templo del Señor Juayúa are covered and here is the market where you can buy fruits and vegetables, and of course a lot of other things. During the food festival...
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"Food festival in Juayúa"
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"Juayua"
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"Travel Notes from Juayua"
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"Restaurants"
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