In this event of El Salvador Unplugged, David’s been here heads into the Lake Coatepeque region, where David and crew check out the landscape, views that are amazing and laid back atmosphere of the holiday spot. Originally there shaped a crater over 40,000 decades ago from a volcanic eruption, Coatepeque has long since turned into the lake area that it is today.
Check out all the residential homes, serpentine shoreline (where the lake gets its name) and large volcanoes that form the horizon and surroundings of this gorgeous area. When visiting, love not only the water along with the views, but also try a few of these remarkable lakeside food at Las Palmeras Restaurant, sure to serve you up a delicious spread. Having a meal beer along with surroundings, Lake Coatepeque is the perfect area to wind down through the nation throughout your tour. For more on visiting this place, check the DBH Guide: El Salvador out.