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San Salvador, EL SALVADOR – For the first time online, El Salvador is “speaking the language” of international travel companies with a new centralized booking system for eco and adventure travel: www.ecoexperienciaselsalvador.com. This website provides detailed information on multitudes of new itineraries in Central America’s least explored country, El Salvador.
Surfing the world’s best waves at dawn, mountain biking along the narrow trails of the coffee highlands at midday and kayaking the serene channels of the mangrove forests that line the Pacific Ocean are the types of day trips that make El Salvador a prime destination for thrill-seekers and outdoor lovers alike. EcoExperiencias also recently launched a new line of seaside tours including endangered sea turtle nesting and release tours, whale watching and artisan fishing with local guides!
EcoExperiencias El Salvador has developed exciting itineraries with international tour operators such as GAP Adventures and ResponsibleTravel.com. The expert staff at EcoExperiencias seeks to work with adventure and ecotourism firms across the U.S. and Europe to create unique itineraries with its growing list of well-trained inbound operators.
The innovative EcoExperiencias El Salvador business model was designed to support small-scale tour providers with the expert guidance of sustainable tourism consulting firm, EplerWood International, in cooperation with an extensive local team that has combed the countryside for the best national parks, deserted beaches, colonial villages and back-country adventures available.
EcoExperiencias upholds the international sustainable tourism standards, the Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria (GSTC), developed as part of an initiative led by Rainforest Alliance, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Foundation, and the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).