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Growing up I had always heard of going to the lago, but never got the chance! On our visit back to the country, we made sure to stop by! My! I now know what everyone was talking about! It is a beautiful place. It is...More
We want wish dome Friends from France and we took a little boat to go to swim from the restaurant, but we has a great time, the only bad thing is that every restaurants around you can't go to swimming because the boats, the jet...More
The lake is surprisingly large for a lake in a sunken volcano. There are many houses for rent on the lake and taking a boat ride or kayaking around it is amazing. Very clear waters and it is quite calm. Most of the houses on...More
Follow the trail for a walk inside the crater with stunning views of the lake. The forest trail provides a great opportunity to view the bird life and animals that live in the forest. Do not forget your binoculars!
We visited this lake and took a boat ride around the lake the last week of January 2019. It is a beautiful lake, the weather was near perfect!
There is a pool area close to the lake that our children spent time swimming. If you...More
Located very close to San Salvador, Coatepeque Lake is a must visit meanwhile in El Salvador. We spent the day at Mikiterio, a family owned bed and breakfast located just in front of the lake. The grounds are perfectly manicured and you have 180 degrees...More
As part of my private tour for a day, we drove to the rim of this awesome lake for the views and a bite of lunch. Our outside table over-looked the lake and it was indeed a beautifully peaceful sight. The little restaurant also had...More
I wasn't as adventurous as KS&HC. I hired Nahuat Tours to take me on an all-day tour of the Volcano Complex at Cerro Verde National Park + an excursion to Lake Coatapeque. Just Google them or look them up on... More
I wasn't as adventurous as KS&HC. I hired Nahuat Tours to take me on an all-day tour of the Volcano Complex at Cerro Verde National Park + an excursion to Lake Coatapeque. Just Google them or look them up on TripAdvisor.
The whole thing lasted about eight hours and I highly recommend this company. I had Mario Jr. for a guide and he is great. It's not cheap, I don't recall the exact price but it was well over $100, but that included the entrance fee to the National Park and the boat ride on the lake. Also, when I went there was only I and one other fellow on the tour, so it was basically a personal tour, not a big group of tourists.
Anyways, whichever way you choose I'm sure you will love it. Let me know if you have any other questions.
I'd recommend renting a house online. Most of the properties are private houses. There are 2 Turicentros "tourist centers" but the only hotel is Torremolinos, and its not very well maintained, check out the reviews here on... More
I'd recommend renting a house online. Most of the properties are private houses. There are 2 Turicentros "tourist centers" but the only hotel is Torremolinos, and its not very well maintained, check out the reviews here on Tripadvisor. There is one hostel but I don't know anything about it. Hope that helps.