Eddie Galdamez is a Salvadoran blogger and web designer who loves writing about his country. His favorite topics include tourism, politics, culture, and overall life in El Salvador. He spent a considerable part of his life outside of El Salvador, mostly in the United States but also Japan. Eddie now lives in San Salvador, where he runs the El Salvador Info blog.
Although Guatemala, Belize, and Honduras are far more famous for their pre-Colombian sites, history lovers shouldn’t rule out El Salvador. Blogger Eddie Galdamez offers a… Read More »My Four Favorite Archeological Sites in El Salvador
Where in Central America should you go this Christmas? In the second installment of our “Reasons to Visit Central America at Christmas” series, Eddie Galdamez… Read More »Five Reasons to Visit El Salvador this Christmas
Local blogger Eddie Galdamez lists four of his favorite outdoors things to do in El Salvador. The difference here is that these four activities are… Read More »My Four Favorite Outdoor Things to Do in El Salvador
An overview of the ISA World Surfing Games starting in El Salvador this weekend. These games are also an Olympic qualifier event, determining which surfers… Read More »The ISA World Surfing Games takes Center Stage in El Salvador from May 29 to June 6
If you’re in El Salvador and looking for a place to get away for the weekend, you could do worse than the colonial town of… Read More »Juayua, El Salvador: The Perfect Weekend Getaway from San Salvador
Looking for ways to restart El Salvador tourism, the government launches destination brand “El Salvador”. In early October, the government of El Salvador launched a… Read More »Kickstarting El Salvador Tourism for a Post-Pandemic World
As El Salvador starts looking towards a post-pandemic future where tourists can travel again, it’s worth checking out some of the activities available in this… Read More »My Four Favorite Volcanoes in El Salvador to Hike Up
In El Salvador, surfing is more than a sport. It’s government policy and a lifeline to boosting tourism and improving the image of the country.… Read More »Surf City: Surfing as Government Policy in El Salvador
In the past year, El Salvador has experienced a steep drop in homicides, unseen since the end of the 1980s civil war. What’s happened? Since… Read More »El Salvador’s Murder Rate is Down 59% from 2019. Good for Tourism and Salvadorans.