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Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park, El Salvador

El Salvador

The Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park managed during the pandemic to get ahead again.

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

The pandemic that began in our country in March 2020, left many large and small companies bankrupt, even some had to reinvent themselves and change their field drastically, which benefited them.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

But many private tourist places in El Salvador closed their doors as did public ones under orders of the authorities due to the national health emergency.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

In Juayua, located in the department of Sonsonate, there is a very magical place that was kept closed during the pandemic and that today reopened its doors to the public.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

We are talking about Portezuelo,  a park that was at the brink of closing down completely due to the lack of tourists, but managed to use the time of closure to launch a maintenance and beautification process of many areas of the park.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo worked to expand their services and make improvements to have many options available to tourists when they reopened. Today, Portezuelo has reopened its doors and is welcoming the public, but visitors must  comply with biosecurity measures to enjoy the park while preventing the spread of Covid-19.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Jonathan Velasco, Administrative Manager of Portezuelo, informed us that this adventure park was born three years ago designed for families who wanted to get away and stay overnight.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

It is located just 15 minutes from the city of Juayua, in its highest part where the temperature is 12 degrees. In Portezuelo you can camp and stay in various themed-inspired spaces, like those inspired by traditional native American homes.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Visitors can participate in many adventure, such as horseback riding, renting a 1970s jeep, or participate in a two to three hours hike, among many activities.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

It is a magical field surrounded by pines, many trees of various species, and a variety of restaurants, including fast food and snack convenience store.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Its climate is very pleasant.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo has a western themed city including a bank, a jail and shops from the wild west and which are used as rooms to enjoy a night among the stars.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo Adventure Theme Park. Photo, Courtesy, Mauricio Caceres.

 

Portezuelo also offers bicycle rentals and many games always promoting enjoyment while keeping social distance.

 

To find out more, visit:
+503 2265 1111

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Mauricio Alexander Cáceres García is a Correspondent for Latina Republic focused on El Salvador and Latin America. He is a renowned and awarded Photojournalist and Documentarian from El Salvador. He has extensive experience reporting on migration, community, travel, tourism and patrimony. His work showcases the power of human stories. Among his specializations, Cáceres has reported on “The migrant route” of the Guatemalan border, Mexico and the United States. Cáceres has a degree in Migration from the Universidad de Centro América, UCA. Cáceres has served as an Editor of the newspaper Más, EDH and elsalvador.com. He has extensive experience in national and international news coverage, studied journalism has won several photography awards throughout Latin America, including second place on a photographic contest centered on the migrant woman, and earning the Santa Clara de Asís prize for his report on the migrant route.