Tour to Islands in Gulf of Fonseca (Golfo De Fonseca) is a shallow body of water that fronts the Central America countries of El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. Discovered in 1522 by Gil Gonzalez de Avila, it stretches inward from the Pacific Ocean for just over 41 miles and covers an estimated area of 700 sq. miles.
The fringes of this fertile volcanic landscape are indented by a seemingly endless series of winding lagoons - all covered by mangrove swamp. Important regional ports in the gulf include La Union (El Salvador), Amapala and San Lorenzo (Honduras), and Puerto Morazán (Nicaragua), not shown, as it's 22 miles inland along the Estero Real River.
Our Island Tour includes boating in a cultural tour full of History and information. After boating the coastline of El Salvador we go for a lunch to Isla Zacatillo, restaurant has the perfect set up to relax or swimming in the crystal clean waters of this area of Gulf of Fonseca.
This tour offers a unique experience exploring one of the hidden jewels that El Salvador has.
|Participants||Price per person|
|4 or more||$65.00|
Tours include: Transfer from Las Flores to La Union port and boat trip with tour guide. Lunch in Island not included. For transfer from San Salvador or La Libertad add $150.