Accommodation in Acajutla
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Head southwest 20 miles (32 kilometers) from the dynamic city of Santa Ana and you'll reach Acajutla.
You don't have to head too far to enjoy the Port of Acajutla and Acajutla Botanical Park.
If you're eager for some adventure, San Julian and Los Cobanos are there for you to explore. Being only 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the northeast and 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the south respectively, they make excellent day trips.
About 45 miles (72 kilometers) east of Acajutla is San Salvador, an area that boasts the National Theater, the Natural History Museum and Palacio Nacional. The Multiplaza and Metrocentro are some extra options.
Put on your swimsuit, take to the water and have a memorable day in El Salvador. You could begin with swimming and surfing.
Regional cuisine can be an essential part of any society, and a fun way to develop a feel for a region.
Chicken and beef are regional ingredients you'll likely learn about when enjoying the local dishes.
Trying the local cuisine can be an enriching experience. The most sought-after options here are tipico salvadoreno (eggs, cheese, tortillas) and casamiento (rice and black beans).
A generous taste of pastelitos (small stuffed pastries), a local dessert, should be enjoyed by every visitor.
If you're not interested in an alcoholic refreshment, you may want to sample kolachampan (sugar-cane soft drink), a regional favorite.
Taste vinagre de piña (fermented pineapples and water) and you will understand why this spirit is so popular.
In most cases, the distinction between being a true traveler and a mere tourist is a little knowledge of the local dialect. So, take the time to learn some practical Spanish. One convenient expression is "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" ("Would you like to dance with me?"), which can be used from time to time. Also, understanding "Este caballero pagará por todo", which translates to "This gentleman will pay for everything", is going to be another good tool to have up your sleeve.
Muster up some national pride! Witnessing Independence Day on the 15th of September is a great way to understand the spirit of the nation.
When it's time to say, "Adiós," you'll surely leave with great memories and perhaps some gifts to take home.
If you will be traveling to Acajutla by plane, be aware that this destination's nearest major airport is El Salvador International Airport, 50 miles (80 kilometers) away.
Packages in Acajutla
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