Suchitoto

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Suchitoto, a town located in the department of Cuscatlan, is a magical place where time seems to stop. This region has been inhabited since pre-Columbian times and was also the site where the town of San Salvador was developed at the beginning of Spanish colonization, which was founded in 1528 and subsequently abandoned.

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Metapán

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Metapán is a municipality located in the western department of Santa Ana, known as the White City by the production of lime in the area. Metapán is the second largest city of Santa Ana and is part of the Mayan World.

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Morazán

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North of Morazán, is known as Peace Road, consisting of seven municipalities: Perquin, Arambala, San Fernando, Jocoaltique, El Rosario, Joateca and Meanguera, which converges the culture, customs and traditions built on historical memory. Morazán is located at an altitude between 500 and 1,000 meters above sea level and has a relatively rugged topography.

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Chalatenango High Zone

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Chalatenango High Zone consists of the municipalities of La Palma and San Ignacio, very known for the beauty and pleasant climate. The destination offers something for outdoor fun with family and friends. In addition to overnight sites, hotels and hostels, or outdoor space surrounded by pine trees.

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Chalatenango Low Zone

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Chalatenango Low Zone has eleven municipalities which are known as "Festive Villages" thanks to their holidays and traditions carried out throughout the year, as their patron saint day, corn festivals, parades and more. Some of these municipalities are located on the banks of wetland Cerron Grande, which makes them attractive for tourism activities such as bird watching, sailing and fishing tours.

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