Tourism reactivates in El Salvador

By Luis Alberto López

Tourism activity in El Salvador begins its dynamics after almost six months of being inactive due to measures to prevent contagion by coronavirus.

The Lake of Coatepeque, in the department of Santa Ana, has been reopening table service restaurants and boat tours for two weeks.

The owners of restaurants and shops of the place maintain positive expectations in the increase of tourists and that they can achieve economic recovery.

They have been trained to serve the public with biosecurity measures to guarantee the health and confidence of visitors.