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If you want to do the 4 hour hike to and from the crater, the microbus leaves right at 11am from the cerro verde area. We missed it so we took the 45 minute tour with one of the tour guides. It was really good!!...More
I loved hiking upwards the volcano!!
the weather was great! rainy and foggy!! you get to take awesome pictures of the animals and the trees!!
The guides are knowledgeable and gentle. And the food A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!
Only an hour from Santa Ana the park is really easy/cheap to get to - whether you take a tour shuttle or local transport. The hike is easy for anyone with even a basic level of fitness and the sulphur lake at the summit it...More
I would have liked to spend more time here but the itinerary didn't allow. Instead I made do with a pleasant walk through trails that gave many spectacular views and photo ops. The park is maintained very well. My advice is to give yourself plenty...More
I’ve been to this place two times now. The first time I went I did a guided hike. There are a few different options (distance and difficulty) We took the shorter hike with a guide. He did an excellent job explaining the area, agriculture, history...More
Just lovely and not too arduous a walk to the viewpoints conducted by charming guides who are volunteers but hope to please and help finance their studies. The lake in the centre is a fabulous colour. This volcano was the inspiration for Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's...More
No words can describe the paradise. Let aside trash along the roads and poverty, El Salvador is a bag full of jewels and Cerro Verde is probably one of the biggest. Really worth spending the day walking up and down the volcanos.
Cerro Verde National Park is the meeting place or the visitors place for the much larger Los Volcanes National Park that includes Izalco and Santa Ana volcanoes.
It is famous because in the 50's the local government constructed a hotel in order to watch Izalco's...More
There's a Tourism Police post at the entrance of the Campo Bello property. They do tours to the Izalco and Santa Ana volcanoes. Call the Campo Bello office at +503 2271-0853 they can give you more information. cheers.