Holiday Magazine El Salvador

Located in Central America, El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated country in the region. Something overlooked in the tourist route, many people are lost in the vast expanses of natural beauty, forests, beaches and even the opportunity to see some archaeological sites. El Salvador is the perfect place to experience the outdoors without crowds while touring Central America. I recommend a visit here. All are super friendly and generally happy to have visitors.

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Backpacking in "El Salvador"

For some reason El Salvador is often ignored by backpackers who travel throughout Central America. However, backpackers who decide to visit the country can not stop talking about its charms and beauty. El Salvador is not only the home of exceptionally friendly people, but also possesses some of the most dazzling and wonderful landscapes of Central America, which mostly remains intact due to the lack of tourists who arrive here. This small, out-of-the-ordinary country is the perfect place for travelers looking to get out of the gringo trail and explore ancient Mayan ruins, climb active volcanoes, relax on deserted beaches or walk through the lush rainforest, without the crowds of people , take pictures and even selfies.

El Salvado and its Fascinating Coffee

El Salvador has and shows us a beautiful nature. Here you have the perfect opportunity to explore volcanoes, waterfalls and banana plantations. You will find charming little towns and you will experience the friendly Salvadorans. If you are an active person, this is definitely the country in which you should try to surf. If you already know how to surf, you should take advantage of the many good places to surf. Follow the floral route to enjoy the most picturesque route. On the way, you will visit some of the colonial cities while driving through the beautiful mountains. You will experience forests, volcanoes and many coffee plantations. Coffee has been one of El Salvador's most important exports for a long time. During your visit to El Salvador it is definitely worth visiting one of the many coffee plantations, to see and learn about the process of making good coffee.

The Team at Dr. Robert Edinger with son David and grandaughters Nataly, Shela, and Shirley in Cochabamba, Bolivia

El Salvador

El Salvador...a family destination

Salvador People

The Salvadorans (Spanish: Salvadoreños) are people who identify with El Salvador. The majority of Salvadorans live in El Salvador, although there is also an important Salvadorean diaspora, particularly in the United States, with smaller communities in other countries of the world.
The population of El Salvador was 6,218,000 in 2010, compared to 2,200,000 in 1950. In 2010, the percentage of the population under 15 years old was 32.1%, 61% was between 15 and 65 years old, while 6.9% were 65 years old or older.

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