El Salvador Tours March 2024
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|09 Days||Intrepid||Budget||Escorted||2 - Classic||15+ years old||16||Antigua||Granada||El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua|
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|Real Guatemala to Costa Rica||17 Days||Intrepid||Budget||Escorted||1 - Light||18 - 29 years old||16||Antigua||San Jose||Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua|
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Reviews for El Salvador Tours and Vacations
Best trip EVA!!! Exciting and relaxing at the same time with the best tour guide in Central America Marial.
The Central America tour runs starting any day someone books it, so the chance of more than 1 couple choosing the same day is low. And the tour doesn't run as a conventional tour with fewer than 15 people. 2 of us booked and then my partner got hurt and couldn't go. There was a single supplement not only for the hotel room but because I ended up with private guides in 4 of the countries so the supplement was huge. Having a private guide added flexibility and had advantages, but if that's what I required, I wouldn't have signed up for a group tour. And when I didn't have a private guide. The tour experience was at the other end of the spectrum, a roughing it experience or piecemeal tours. In Costa Rica every day I joined a different one day tour group. I was given a paper at the airport that told me when to be ready each day. The other tourists on those tours paid nothing compared to what I paid per day. Then I was driven to the worst organized border crossing I have seen in over 60 countries and was pointed to the first place to pay fees. No one prepared me for all the steps I had to take and I had no idea if the 3 payments I had to make were bribes or legitimate fees. When I got into Nicaragua, I had no idea who was to pick me up or where to meet a guide amongst all the hustlers and roadside stands there. It was terrifying. The guide wasn't there and for 45 minutes I waited amongst throngs of locals all trying to sell me something or take me somewhere. I had to repel so many people. The company never gave me much info about how I was to be handed off between any of the guides or what to expect I the next country as far as meeting a tour guide. And if I had had a problem (medical, stolen passport etc), there was no tour director help at all. The guide in Nicaragua was terrific. Again leaving to El Salvador I was completely in the dark as to what would happen after the plane landed. The guide picked me up okay and I had a private guide again. He was informative but read emails as he drove constantly. With the Wild West driving in the country, this was super dangerous. And again when he finished the guiding in Honduras, he left me alone to catch a public bus, which was 4 hrs late and no one there spoke English. The tour company gave me no voucher for the bus and didn't explain I would have to change buses or how to get to my hotel at the end of the second ride. The previous guide happened to mention he'd received a copy of a voucher, but I had to ask for a copy. Without it, I would have been totally lost. Then last bus stopped in front of my locked hotel at 2 a.m. For the money I paid, I didn't expect to be left in this position. The sights I saw were great and pretty well planned out. If there had been 15 of us to get a tour director, I think all would have been well. Why the tour company insisted I had to take the early plane from Managua to San Salvador (necessitating getting up at 4 a.m.), I don't know. On arrival there was a 2.5 hour tour, that could easily have started after the arrival of the mid day flight. That would have been a more reasonable itinerary plan. The hotels were okay. None had an elevator and the last one didn't have any air conditioning. Some were located so that one could easily do something with the ample free time, but some hotels were in the middle of no where. If you aren't a group of 15, I wouldn't risk taking this cobbled together tour or risk a SITA tour again.
I thought there is a group but disappointed to find that only 2 of us. Have the feeling that the 2 nights prestay at Antigua being overcharged. US115 vs US50. Arrival early at Antigua hotel in the morning but was allowed checkin only at 1.30pm. Overall, is OK.
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