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Recent El Salvador reviews

  • Paradise Found

    "My husband and I (age 40ish) stayed 8 nights at this romantic casita. It is spectacular in every way and really does exceed every expectation. The house comes complete with all basic cooking utensils and basic kitchenware. I would recommend bringing paper products such as paper towels, plastic wrap, and perhaps refrigerator containers to store left over food (fresh cut up fruit) in the fridge. The house offers 2 bathrooms, one in the casita, one outside for pool access. Bring hand soap for each bathroom. The daily maid service and pool cleaning every other day is a true luxury. There are a few beach front restaurants within walking distance. Roxanna the property manager is very helpful in recommending all sorts of sights to see as well as dining options. She speaks excellent English. You will not be disappointed staying at this property. DÁrcy the property owner is very quick to answer any booking inquiries and is very professional arranging money transfers for payment and refund of damage deposit."
    Guest: Diane Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 10, 2014
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  • Beautiful Views

    "Our family definitely enjoyed our time at this beach vacation rental. It’s spacious, has a great balcony and I loved the outdoor seating area and pool, where we spent most of our time relaxing. It’s very isolated and the views are simply amazing. The caretakers are very helpful, and if you are looking for a place away from it all, peaceful and private, this is it. In order to get to this house, you must take a dirt road for a good 20 minutes, so like other reviewers have recommended, stop by and get all your supplies first. If you get lost, just ask how to get to la playa La Flor. I wouldn’t recommend this place for people looking to go in and out because it can be a hassle but rather for those who really plan on staying and enjoying the house and location. There is plenty of space to lounge and relax. The house has a beach entrance but the beach isn’t really for swimming as there are many rocks. You will see beautiful sunsets every night! For those that depend on TV, please note that only the main bedroom has TV. I wasn’t there to watch TV, so I didn’t mind, but I know others in my family had a problem with it but hey we are on vacation! So if you have kids, perhaps take some DVDs, etc. I would definitely stay here again in my next visit to El Salvador. The only concern I had was, that communication with the owner as noted by other reviews is not great. When we arrived at the house, the caretakers were not aware that we were arriving, so therefore they hadn’t given a final sweep of the house which is a must in this weather because of the bugs, etc. They were however very accommodating and let us right in while they contacted the owner. When you’re paying for a house at this price, having everything ready is expected. Thank you to the caretakers for assisting us with our many requests and for sharing such a beautiful property!"
    Guest: Pris Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 28, 2014
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  • Vicki & Gary

    "We have been to this lovely beach retreat twice now. Both times were equally as good. We really enjoy the clean beach, the truly warm local people, and the comfy private property. Great swimming pool, beautiful hammock area to read and relax. Very secure! This place is a nice change of pace from the tourist areas that we are used to. Nobody pressuring you, bothering you, just a tranquil little fishing village. We'd love to go back!"
    Guest: Vicki and Gary Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: April 17, 2014
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  • Beautiful House in GREAT location! Highly Recommended!

    "The house is beautiful, spacious, and very comfortable (fresh air, cool, etc.)! It is located in a safe and convenient location close to malls like MultiPlaza, La Gran Via, and Galerias. Super Selectos and la Despensa are each less than 5 minutes away which makes it super convenient for grocery shopping. The property manager is always available in case you need any assistance and the house is cleaned regularly. I cannot recommend this location enough. I will definitely look at staying here the next time I visit this beautiful country."
    Guest: Roberto Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 14, 2014
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El Salvador Travel Tips

Finding Your Way to El Salvador Vacation Rentals

El Salvador's main airport is the Comalapa International Airport which is located approximately 30 miles southeast of the capital city of San Salvado. The airport is commonly referred to as simply El Salvador International Airport. The airport hosts regular daily flights from international destinations, such as Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, San Jose and Guatemala. The flight time from Los Angeles is approximately four to five hours. If your vacation home offers an airport transfer service, it is advisable to make use of this. It may be slightly more expensive than a taxi fare but at least you can be assured that you will have a speedy and hassle-free transfer. There is public transport available in El Salvador but it is not advisable for visitors to use the buses. The taxis in the cities are usually reliable enough.

Travelers to El Salvador Villas

El Salvador is the smallest of the countries in Central America. It is tucked away on the Pacific coast between Guatemala and Honduras. It is one of the lesser-known travel destinations in Central America and the ideal place for those looking for tranquility and privacy. Enjoy miles of pristine beaches easily accessible from your vacation home. The luxurious villas make you feel like royalty enjoying a slice of your own private paradise. If you enjoy long leisurely walks along the beach, surfing or swimming, this is the ideal vacation destination for you. The villas are large enough to accommodate groups of 10 people or more, so invite your friends and enjoy some tropical luxury at a relatively affordable rate. Most visitors to El Salvador are from North, Central and South America with a much smaller percentage from Europe.

Things To Do at El Salvador Beach Houses

El Salvador is becoming known as a prime surfing destination. The miles and miles of beautiful coastline and the consistent swell provide ideal surfing conditions. You can wake up each morning and walk straight onto the beach from your vacation villa. Near the main resort towns, there are designated beaches for surfing and swimming. Flags also indicate the water conditions and if there are rip currents that you need to be aware of. La Libertad is one of the most popular surfing areas.

El Salvador is a leisurely vacation destination. Most people enjoy lazing poolside or on the beach and enjoying the tropical sunshine. If you are looking for some entertainment, you can visit some of the nightspots and enjoy some of the local Latin vibe. In you are interested in the country's history, you can visit some of the war museums which detail the country's turbulent past and provide insight into the culture of Salvadorians.

Best Time of Year to Visit El Salvador

Located in Central America, El Salvador enjoys a warm tropical climate. The coastal areas are hot and humid for most of the year, and the interior highlands are moderately more temperate. Like most other Central American destinations, the rainy season is from May to October. Tropical storms do occasionally blow in from the Pacific Ocean. Travelers should be cautious about traveling during late summer as this is when the storms occur most frequently. From November through April, the trade winds dissipate their humidity over Honduras and arrive in El Salvador as hot dry winds. This often leads to a hazy atmosphere which gives the landscape a mystical feel about it. For most people, this is the preferred time of year to visit and has become the peak tourist season.

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