Glamping in the middle of three volcanoes and hike to the crater.


We will comfortable sleep among giants so that the next day we can experience and amazing hike to the edge of Santa Ana Crater along with an experienced guide and naturalist. 

El Salvador is the country with more volcanoes per square kilometers in the world. Volcanoes National Park is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, formed by four volcanoes and a volcanic lake.  We will “glamp” in the middle of three volcanoes at 1,800 meters above sea level.  One of its volcanoes is Izalco, previously known as the “Lighthouse of the Pacific” since in the 1800´s and early 1900´s, ships sailing on the coasts of El Salvador guided themselves with the glowing lava being expelled by its crater.   Early morning, we will hike Santa Ana Volcano, where at its crater we will admire the sulfur lagoon as well as amazing views of the other volcanoes, Coatepeque Lake and the Pacific Ocean.