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If you are strapped for time in San Salvador, dont spend your time visiting this lake. It is a large lake and thats about it. To actually view the lake, you have to eat at one of the local restaurants which overlooks the lake as...More
We had a late lunch and a lot of entertainment at Lake Coatepeque. This was the second part of our Tour with EC Tours and our wonderful guide Estafany. She also gave us a very good history lesson and talked about the culture. What a...More
This was inspiring, a body of water in a volcano. Wes pent a number of hours getting here and relaxing here. The roads near and around the lake are difficult to drive on so a short journey takes a while, but it's worth it in...More
It is one of the most beautiful lakes in El Salvador so, it is always nice to visit. The bad thing is that it is surrounded by summer houses. There is only one good hotel and one good restaurant, so as tourist, you don't have...More
Its a lovely lake, gorgeous views. If you want to do a boat trip its $25 for 30minutes and jetskis are $30 for 30 minutes from most restaurants. If you re not into that then you can swim from most of the restaurants 'lanchas'. We...More
Nice place to stop with the view of the lake below after our Volcan Santa Ana hike. Stopped another day but right down below at the lake. Both views were awesome. We ate at La Octavia Maravilla which has a spot on the upper rim...More
If you’ve seen some big lakes on your trip already, don’t make the effort of coming here. Everything is dead (even on weekends), overpriced, and there’s lots of trash lying around. The entire lake front is privately owned so you have to sit at a...More