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Great place of Mayan ruins. This was a historic site that held religious importance. The elite lived here. Burials, religious sacrifices, and anything that was considered sacred! Find a tour guide to get more information about the daily lives!
Don’t visit this place as it’s one of the ‘lesser’ Mayan ruins in central America & is frequently closed! We went there today, after first consulting with the tourism office in Santa Ana. We knew it was closed on Monday but were surprised to find...More
To be honest, i was expecting a more impressive place, bigger, but it's not, it's located about 1 hour from the capital, and the area is relatively small, such an impressive structure just to learn that there is nothing inside. On one side there is...More
If you've seen other major Mayan sites in Latin America this might not impress--it's a simple complex of a roughly 4-storey step pyramid and some other ruins. But it's a nice park area, and enjoyable to walk around (and on) the ruins. There are some...More
What a great time! The volunteer guide, was sooo interactive and knowledgeable. He was fun and even offered to give us a tour around the grounds. It was such an amazing experience learning about our ancestors. The scenery is so beautiful! The grass is extremely...More
Another must site while visiting El Salvador. You can walk up a part of it.Really cool to a small Canadian like me! the history behind it is amazing. the museum has artifacts inside worth visiting. we were lucky by going during the week it was...More
El Tazumal is a beautiful place with a special history and is just the main ruin of about 6 similar locate in Chalchuapa. Following the north of this site, ones could see the Casa Blanca site, El Trapiche Site and 3 more in the exact...More
I wouldn't make this ruin a destination place, it is quite small with one main pyramid, ball court, small acropolis, and some areas of excavation. They have a small museum onsite. I went on a Sunday, and there were many street merchants selling souvenirs outside...More
I thought this Mayan pyramid was awesome! There weren’t a ton of people when I went (on a Monday) so I was able to get some neat pictures without a bunch of tourists in them. I think this was my favorite attraction in El Salvador....More