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All reviews el boqueron easy hike short hike clear view climb down beautiful park national park volcanic crater nice pictures road leading san salvador volcano great hike santa tecla active volcano small museum fresh fruit an amazing view
This place is very famous in San Salvador therefore it is a must to visit. There is parking lot but it is often occupied. There are lots of stairs to climb to the top but you can do it as slowly as you want. Along...More
We visited El Boqueron today my husband paid $3 per person and $9 for parking and we too the short hike up to see the crater. With us a teen ager nephew and my brother in law whom took a mini race going up with...More
If you are in San Salvador... you have a great opportunity to drive up to San Salvador's volcano and visit parque "El Boquerón", which the national park that offers great views of the volcano's crater and also guided tours to descend right to the crater...More
Very close and accesible site from the city, a 20-30min drive, not sure about public transportation but getting there is not hard!
Road to the site has plenty of restaurants and cafes to program yourself on visiting one after leaving the park.
Once there you...More
National park, only 30 minutes away from the Capital city San Salvador.
Good car access, tend to be crowded on Sundays. Rent a taxi at the hotel for 3 or 4 hours (lunch time included) 30 to 40 USD it is a good deal for...More
I visited this place 3 days ago and still keep thinking about it. So nice and calming. We didn’t expect all the stairs, we thought it was going to be a simple hike like most of the local volcanos but it still wasn’t bad at...More
You can park pretty high up the Santa Ana volcano and then take an easy hike up to the top to see the crater (unless it is raining, which oddly happened to us even though it was dry season). Apparently you can hike down the...More