We will start with the most impressive archeological remains of the ancient Maya civilization, JOYA DE CEREN featuring a pre-Columbian Maya farming village preserved remarkably intact under layers of volcanic ash. It is often referred to as the "Pompeii of the Americas" in comparison to the famous Ancient Roman ruins.

A small farming community inhabited as early as 900 BC, Cerén was on the southeast edge of the Maya cultural area. Cerén was evacuated in AD 250 due to the eruption of the Ilopango volcano but was repopulated no earlier than the year 400 and was, at the time of its final evacuation, a tributary to nearby San Andrés.

We will visit the historical city of Santa Ana, the Plaza Mayor Theater and Cathedral (1904 gothic architecture) , ending at Coatepeque for an exquisite lunch at one of the local restaurants.

Tour Includes:
  • Professional bilingual Tour Guide.
  • Luxurious transportation with A/C
  • And an unforgettable experience
1 PAX 2 - 3 PAXS 4 - 8 PAXS
$95.00 $85.00 $70.00
Mayan Ruins