Every August 31 the Township population Resume meets in Moran Park, on Main Street to celebrate the traditional Rememberence. Balls of Fire is the main game , as older locals began to play the September 15, 1922, commemorating the independence date of the country, then moved to August 31, where there was always gunpowder, musket firing into the air and homemade mortars, made from dried bamboo reeds, the music that accompanied the activity was of strings and then came the marching band. There are two versions of its origin: A nun, which claims that the Devil threw fireballs at Doctor Jerome, the patron of the Municipality, while he prayed. The second is of the eruption of the volcano of San Salvador in 1917. This tradition has gradually become increasingly common nationally and even internationally, Casco Urban Resume is little assistance to the countless people from other places who come to enjoy the game, who at the same time can be a enjoying in memory of the visit.
Suchitoto,is a city which is the historical and cultural cradle of El Salvador, where time seems to have stopped. It is there where we can find an old colonial town with cobblestone streets very clean facades and large houses, enjoying panoramic views of the quiet, safe city, hotels and restaurants to satisfy the eye and the palate of the visitor, customs and traditions, museum, art galleries, and nightlife. Outside the village, there are a variety of natural visits you can do including Lake Suchitlán, Volcano Guazapa, flora and fauna, waterfalls, rivers clean, historic sites of the country, protected forest reserves and tourist centers.
The White House is a nice place where you will see the remains of some temples from the pre-Colombian Mayan culture. It is a small place, though very well preserved, and there is lots of nature that is perfect for a picnic and enjoy with the family, there are also workshops to learn indigo-dyed that is 100% pure and you can take your shirt in black and dye it. The best part is admission is cheap as well as the workshop where you get to dye your shirt. The only bad thing is that there are no places in which to buy food.
The people of El Salvador, Santa Ana, are very humnble as houses are still very separated by large crops of corn, beans and many other things. The families subsist on making reproductions of prehispanic items and selling them at local markets. For more than 500 years, the process of elaborating these piece has hardly changed. Their materials and decoration have not changed their nature.
The Centre for Culture and the Arts Dr. Alfredo Espino is a tourist attraction where all people can learn a little more about the Arts of their culture and traditions among other things. It was created for this purpose , so people can know all the talent that the lovely municipal of Ahuachapan can show. This place offers beautiful architecture and something to admire.
Isla Tasajera is located on the coast of Latin America's smallest country: El Salvador. Turtle liberation season runs from August to December, so if you're traveling to El Salvador during that time, witnessing the spectacle is a must. Really, it's unforgettable. First, you take a boat to the island, which is bordered on one side by the sea and by a bird-and-mangrove-filled river on the other. Then, you spend the night on the island wandering the seashore in search of nesting sea turtles or, if you get tuckered out, just relaxing in the sand by the waves waiting for the dawn. In the morning, you can go and search for newly-born sea turtles and witness their incredible scramble for the sea. There they are...all together...ready to embark on the journey of their lives! One tip: if you're going to spend the night there, don't forget the bug spray! Also, remember that sea turtles are endangered species so this kind of tourism contributes much-needed funds to local conservation efforts.
This is the only place where young people and adults can develop their artistic skills and sports. Here, among many other activities, you can learn drawing, painting, sculpture, graphic design and craft, music, Adventure Tourism, Extreme Sports, Kickboxing, among others. It is a completely different place away from it all and you can arrive any time of the day and be taught to do crafts, so you can go away with a nice souvenir of Chalatenango that you've made yourself. If you manage to get to Chalatenango city, this is a place you can not afford to miss.
House Youth Link is a space created for young people so that they can launch their projects and be able to order to create a culture of peace in the young community of the area. This project was born thanks to the management of licensed Moran Rafael Orellana and GIZ and it is a space where young people can have fun and have new experiences.