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How safe is El Salvador for Tourists? Do you need to travel to El Salvador or Want to visit El Salvador? don´t worry... El Salvador is not a dangerous country for Tourists or Foreigners. Photo Credits: Camaro 27 https://www.flickr.com/people/camaro27 Alejandro Coreas https://www.flickr.com/people/alejandrocoreas Contact them to purchase professional photos of El Salvador.
Holidays in the Danger Zone's Ben Anderson is in El Salvador to see the violence and gang attitudes that populate the streets. Take a closer look at the town that can arrest men with tattoos on site and hear first hand accounts of life in an El Salvadorian gang here. Fascinating video from Holidays in Danger Zone series, 'America Was Here'.
Spanish/Nat Hundreds of representatives of indigenous groups from around the world met in El Salvador this week. Their aim was to increase communication between the different indigenous groups to preserve their dying cultures. In the town of Nahuizalco, Canadian Inuits rubbed shoulders with the Moluca people from Indonesia - most of the Central American Indian groups were also represented. The choice of Nahuizalco for the gathering of indigenous groups was a significant one. The town, 80 kilometres east of the capital San Salvador, is known for its strong indigenous heritage. Its inhabitants welcomed hundreds of indigenous representatives from all over Central America who were attending the conference. The summit was meant to open the lines of communication between th...
El Salvador (Spanish: República de El Salvador, literally 'Republic of The Savior') is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. The country's capital city and largest city is San Salvador; Santa Ana and San Miguel are also important cultural and commercial centers in the country as well as Central America. El Salvador borders the Pacific Ocean on the west, and the countries of Guatemala to the north and Honduras to the east. Its easternmost region lies on the coast of the Gulf of Fonseca, opposite Nicaragua. As of 2009, El Salvador had a population of approximately 5,744,113 people, composed predominantly of Mestizos. The colón was the official currency of El Salvador from 1892 to 2001, when it adopted the U.S. Dollar. In 2010 El Salvador ranked in the top ...
What to do in El Salvador? The beaches of the East of the country offer unique opportunities for fun and relaxation. They are ideal to go SURFING or KAYAKING, but also to taste their delicious food. They are your best choice when you come to El Salvador. We share with you several ideal locations for your next holiday, located within the East Coast Circuit. We show you: -Playa Las Flores -El Esterón de Intipucá -Playa Las Tunas -Muelle La Unión -Golfo de Fonseca -Parque de La Familia en La Unión Learn more about this and other tourist destinations, at: http://elsalvador.travel/en/
Tejutepeque es un municipio del departamento de Cabañas en El Salvador que cada año hace un derroche de emoción al celebrar sus fiestas patronales. Te invitamos a conocer cómo se desarrollan junto a Estampas Salvadoreñas
Welcome to our El Salvador Bodyboard Camp, we’re going to take you on a little tour to check it out. The reason we love this place so much is that it’s just under 45 minutes from San Salvador airport, you get picked up and swiftly transferred to this oasis of calm, safety and tranquillity, it’s beautiful, right on the coast. Not many people around, you’ll see a couple of other bodyboarders, that’s about it. Come down this path and check out what we’ve got to offer. The camp was built in a grove of palm trees so it’s incredibly eco minded, environmentally friendly and really loads of thought has gone into the design. It’s one of the better camps that we stay in on any of our international trips, it’s really safe and clean and the bedrooms are really nice, a lot of them have en-suites, th...
El municipio de Candelaria pertenece al departamento de Cuscatlán en El Salvador y cada año se viste de gala para celebrar a lo grande sus fiestas patronales. Esta es parte de las celebraciones que los pueblos vivos de El Salvador realizan como atractivo túrístico.
El Salvador vs. Belize: Which is Safer? Crime and safety info about Belize and El Salvador. Overall it seems Belize tends to be more safe, but please feel free to comment your perspective/experiences. Answering the questions: how safe is El Salvador? and How safe is Belize?
Spanish/Nat El Salvador conjures up images of civil war and political conflict, but surprisingly it is fast becoming one the most popular holiday destinations in Latin America. The tourist is more likely to be killed by kindness these days than in a crossfire. And that is a good thing for the burgeoning tourist industry which is helping to revitalise the country's economy. In the 1980s El Salvador was synonymous with civil war, now it is a tourist paradise. At least that's just what the El Salvadorean tourist board wants. And certainly they're getting there if this hotel at Jaltepeque, 60 kilometres from the capital San Salvador, is anything to go by. You can while your days by the pool and there's a plethora of water sports for the more active. For one hotel manage...
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Leaders of the Mara Salvatruchas gang and the Mara 18 gang, who between them represent more than 100,000 members, have announced a truce by the church. The head of the army and police chaplain Monsignor Fabio Colindres, who acted as an intermediary, have confirmed the peace agreement. Church leaders have said they acted without government involvement, but some are questioning that explanation. One gang leader told Al Jazeera that any truce agreement would be highly unlikely without the government taking part. One investigative newspaper, El Far, also accused the government with involvement in the deal, claiming it had handed out concessions, including the transfer of 30 gang leaders to lower security prisons. Al Jazeera's Rachel L...
BBC show called Holidays in the Danger Zone, starring Ben Andersen. Holidays in the Danger Zones Ben Anderson is in El Salvador to see the violence and gang attitudes that populate the streets. Take a closer look at the town that . Ben Anderson journeys to Panama to talk to some of the victims of the 1989 invasion. Interesting video from BBC travel documentary, Holidays in the Danger . Holidays in the Danger Zone team visit Nicaragua to meet a group of coffee pickers living on the poverty line. Disturbing stories from BBC travel documentary .
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Part two - 'Wandering El Salvador' has a playful and care free theme and gives you a peak into one of the countries that I adore. I had the best time creating it and I hope it makes you just want to go surf. It was made possible by Suzuki Caribbean. Film Director, Filmer & Editor : Paulo Henrique (Costa Blanca Videos) Creative Director : Thomas Edgar