Traditions of El Salvador: The crazy “Bolas de Fuego” in Nejapa

Most of the traditions of El Salvador are not unique. They do exist all over Latin America. "El Día De Los Muertos" (Day od the Deads), for example. But there's one tradition in El Salvador that is unique indeed: "Las Bolas de Fuego de Nejapa" (The Fireballs of...

Quarantine in El Zonte – A paradise under lockdown

Lo Mullem, 22 years old, is from Belgium and lived for 7 months in El Zonte. She fell in love  with the beauty and rawness of our little beach town.Lo Vanmullem is writing about her experiences and feelings during quarantine in El Zonte, El Salvador: Quarantine in...

Volcano Santa Ana – El Salvador’s beautiful giant

The volcano Santa Ana, actually called "Ilamatepec," is El Salvador's most prominent volcano - and for sure, one of the most beautiful places in this country that you should visit. Spanish School El Zonte would like to give you some impressions about "Santa Ana" and...

Surf in El Salvador: The best surf spots and useful tips

A quick overview: Surf in El Salvador In this article, Spanish School El Zonte would like to give you some useful tips and hints about the surf in El Salvador. But first, let's give you a quick overview of the most essential facts if you want to surf in El Salvador....

12 El Salvador travel safety tips for women

El Salvador has always had kind of a bad reputation concerning travel safety. Especially if you are a woman and traveling alone, you might ask yourself if El Salvador is safe. Social media and the internet is full of bad news and questions about El Salvador travel...

Surfing in El Salvador: 8 frequently asked questions

If you decided to go surfing in El Salvador, you might have some questions. We, as Spanish School El Zonte, would like to answer the most important ones. Anyway, if you have more questions, please don't hesitate to write us a message or a comment down below.   EL...
12 El Salvador travel safety tips for women

12 El Salvador travel safety tips for women

El Salvador has always had kind of a bad reputation concerning travel safety. Especially if you are a woman and traveling alone, you might ask yourself if El Salvador is safe. Social media and the internet is full of bad news and questions about El...

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