Mayan Heritage in El Salvador Archaeological full-day tour , The Ancient Maya Civilization has to be one of the most fascinating societies of Central America, El Salvador holds the southernmost settlements of the Mayan world. The tour begins with a visit of San Andres Ruins and museum The investigations and excavations in San Andrés have been primarily of the political-ceremonial center and have revealed that it was divided into the South Seat (from which they governed) and the North Seat. In the year 600, the South Seat was filled with adobe (leaving a tunnel leading to the original seat) to construct the Acropolis, which contains ceremonial and political structures.
Then We continue to Tazumal Archaeological investigations indicate that Tazumal was inhabited from the Classic period through to the Postclassic and that the site had links as far afield as central Mexico, the northern Yucatán Peninsula and lower Central America. Metal artifacts from the complex date to the 8th century AD and are among the earliest metal artifacts reported from Mesoamerica.
In That same town you will visit Casablanca and learn about the Indigo process The complex here at Casa Blanca consists of several pyramids dating back to the Late pre-classic period (500 BC to 250 AD) and the Classic period (AD 250–900). The ruins here at Casa Blanca are part of the Chalchuapa archaeological zone and they display influences from the Olmecs and from Teotihuacan. Joya de Ceren is closed at the moment and that is why is not included.
Free time to lunch at santa Ana , with a panoramic view of the main plaza.
Hotel pickup and drop-off ( Make sure to write the hotel name at time of booking
Transport by private vehicle
This parks are closed on Mondays year around and : 07 Aug, 15 Sep, 25dec,01 Jan
All fees are included. Drinks / meal are not included
One person $ 160
Two person $ 95
Three or more $ 80
Children $ 60
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