Incredible views, great El Salvadorean food at the stalls, great for meeting and watching the locals.
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This is an amazing place to visit in El Salvador! Eat some pupusas before going up to the Devil's door to get some energy for the hike! If you wanted to you could also do two zipwires across from one rock to another or Rappelling...More
We took the bus from the historic centre and within 30 mins and at a cost of 35 cents we were at the site. There are quite a few little walks to get you to the viewing sites, where you can see the Pacific Ocean...More
cean take a hike feel the fresh air,see the pacific ocean.from thev top of The Devils Door.eat some Pupusas or other local delicatesens
Very near the city of San Salvador is the famous Puerta del Diablo where you'll go to experience a great view when you climb it up to the highest point. Legend has it that in times of settlers , the daughter of landowners Plans Renderos...More
We made this hike at dusk. There were beautiful views from the top. When we finished there was a market at the bottom. The most amazing papusas for less than a dollar and fresh coconuts to drink!
a mere 45 minute bus from town is this little wonder of a attraction. the bus from the historic centre seemed to leave every 10-15 minutes.. and drops you off right where you need to be. A mixture of about 5 little different climbs.. only...More
Excellent views and worth the climb. Wear good hiking shoes though as the rocks are rugged and uneven. Not many handrails so one should be in fairly good physical health to make the climb all the way to the top. Too bad the area isn't...More