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I wasn't expecting much as I went there on a field trip with my students and I had been told it was run-down a few years ago. It was gorgeous! I wasn't expecting such a peaceful and beautiful place in San Salvador. They have been...More
This place is a nice attraction and a great scenario for a family photo shoot as well. Place is very nice and location is good. It will cost you just a few dollars to get in. Very clean and you can see the fauna and...More
The garden has a pretty big area, a lot of plants and trees, couople of ponds with fish and turtles. A huge advantage of the place is the children's playarea. It is big and has a lot of entertainment, including a very big slide.
First of all, I'm going to start by giving brief instructions for getting to the Botanical Gardens, as this would have been really helpful if we had known. It's not well-signposted!
Take Bus 44 from the centre of San Salvador. I am not sure where...More
Can you imagine to find a botanical garden in the middle of a volcano crater? That's what you will find in Jardin Botanico La Laguna. A german inmigrant, Walter Thilo Deininger converted his house garden into a botanical field for research that can also be...More
Incredible beauty! The giant bamboo is really something special, all the different plants and trees transport you the rainforest. Make sure you bring your camera. When you first arrive, buy some food for the turtles. Super cool experience.
We always go with kids - there is a great climbing area for kids, turtles and fish to feed and tons of cool plants to look at. There is a little snack shop also. You can easily spend a few hours here and also visit...More