The archeological discovery of greatest importance in the last 50 years throughout Latin America: a Mayan village that shows us how the Mayas lived, as Joya de Cerén was preserved by nature upon being buried under the ashes of the volcano’s Loma Caldera eruption 1.400 years ago. Joya de Cerén is considered a site of first order of what is known as the Mayan Route or the Meso American Route. It has been recognized by UNESCO as Patrimony of Humanity. After this visit we will be transferred to San Andres, a ceremonial center where semi-discovered structures (pyramids), some mounds, and its historical museum can be appreciated.
Afterwards, we will be transported to Chalchuapa where we will find archeological site, El Tazumal and Casa Blanca, places that we will visit and admire their pyramids, as well as listening to the historical briefings on its inhabitants. Included is the opportunity to see archeological remains in the museums. In El Tazumal we can tour the pyramids and near here,
we will find replicas of Mayan ceramic of great quality as jewels elaborated by local artisans. Casa Blanca is also known for its processing of indigo dyeing. Visitors can participate in the dyeing process.