Activities & Tours
La Cocotera is an eco lodge in Central America, an area teeming with animals, biodiversity and amazing activities. The region is filled with breathtaking beaches, spectacular landscapes and volcanic mountains - all prime locations for adventure. Explore the rich natural and cultural histories of the area and visit some of the most spectacular national parks and colonial cities. The area can form an itinerary that excites even the most experienced traveler. Some of the local activities include:
- Kayaking in Mangroves/Ocean
- Fishing (deep sea and local)
- Water Skiing, Surfing
- Nature Tours, Birdwatching
- Hiking in El Imposible National Park
- Volcano/Coffee Plantation Tour
- Archaeological site visits
La Cocotera's tropical region offers a number of parks and terrains, ranging from the rare deciduous Pacific Slope dry forest to the picturesque coastal mangroves. The sub tropical dry forest is at 1460m elevation with more than 260 varieties of bird species and 2260 different plant species. You can also catch a cultural tour to El Salvador’s archaeological sites, such as Joya de Ceren, which was named a UN World Heritage Site in 1993 and is often called the Pompeii of America. There are also hiking excursions to local volcanoes, lakes and natural reserves.
A stay at our eco lodge in Central America will allow you to experience the dense jungle forests in Parque Nacional Montecristo-El Trifinio, or the tranquil landscape on top of Volcán San Miguel. You can also learn to surf on the best waves in Central America, one of the fastest growing surf tourism hot-spots. The country’s Balsam Coast is known as a surfers’ heaven, but those seeking solitude should check out the surrounding area of the resort, the Barra de Santiago natural reserve.