Explore El Salvador

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Are you or someone you know excited to live in El Salvador, but overwhelmed by all the unknowns? With Livin' Like a Local's Explore El Salvador tours, you can explore the opportunities El Salvador holds for you with a trusted local by your side. We'll help you be sure about El Salvador, then help you plan your next moves forward, and connect you with a network of trusted, dependable professionals who can help you achieve your dreams.

If you are concerned about diversifying your investment portfolio in an uncertain economy, or are looking for a home where you can trust in your country's principles, we hear you. We can show you the future you can create in El Salvador. Who do you know who needs to be more sure about El Salvador?

Packages We Offer

Investigative Group Tours

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1 on 1 Individualized 5 to 10-Day Tour

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Private Group

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Upcoming Events

Explore El Salvador: Investigative Group Tour for Families and Investors

JUNE 22ND - JUNE 28TH, 2024

7-Day/6-Night, All-Inclusive*

Rates Starting as Low as $1,800! (Click 'Register' and scroll to the bottom of the form to see our group rates.)

Would you like to live in El Salvador, but need a community that supports families and provides your children the best place to grow? Or are you looking for developing areas perfect for starting your business in El Salvador? Then this investigative group tour is for you!

Explore El Salvador: Investigative Group Tour for Digital Nomads and Couples

JULY 20TH - JULY 26TH , 2024

7-Day/6-Night, All-Inclusive*

Rates**: $1,800/Person or $3,000/Couple

Do you love El Salvador, but have a partner who is less sure this country is for them? Are you considering moving to El Salvador, but don't know where you'll thrive most? Do you need dependable people you can trust to guide you through your transition to El Salvador? Then this investigative group tour is for you!

*Includes Meals, Lodging, Transportation, Activities, Tour Guide

**Prices do not include airfare. Individuals are expected to arrange their own transportation to and from El Salvador.

Payment Methods:
Cash, Bank deposit, Bitcoin with out any fee. For international transfers and PayPal add the transfer fee.


Maegan - USA

Thank you so much Livin' Like a Local, you helped so much, took less than two months become a temporary resident. Thanks for all the support and the experience was great with you guys!

Devon - USA

As a worldtraveler and cryptoboss, I loved being hosted by Livin' like a Local. In El Salvador, I surfed, hiked, and enjoyed the nightlife. They took care of my visa extension for me, so I able to work instead. They also took me to the ruins. You should check them out!

Jenn - USA

I am so grateful to have found Livin’ Like a Local. It has been wonderful collaborating and working with their lawyers, tour guides, and assistants. Thank you for helping me find my home in El Salvador, to show the truth of ‘lo mejor’ de El Salvador, and make the social and business connections I needed.

Patrick & Silvana - CAN

We are happy to have our resident card, You helped us a lot. The process has been great and we are happy with our choice. And thank you for all the contacts and other help provided upon our arrival in El Salvador.


1) Is El Salvador Safe?  

Yes, it is quickly becoming the safest country in the Americas. It's currently the safest country in Latin America. Any foreigner can feel safe and will love the freedom that the country offers.

2) Do I need a visa to go to El Salvador?  

Only if your country is listed as a G-1, 2 level country. You can ask us which list your country is on.

3) What languages are spoken in El Salvador?

Primarily Spanish, but English is on the rise. We have a Spanish teacher at your disposal to make it easier for you to communicate with the locals.

4) What’s their currency?

US dollar and Bitcoin. We know that banks are a headache, but we can suggest which ATM is more appropriate, many government institutions accept bitcoin and the circulation of bitcoin is being sought in other places in El Salvador.

5) Can I use public transportation?

Yes, bus schedules and routes can be found online. The cost of the bus within the city can cost from $0.20 to $0.50, if you need to travel to another department of the country, the buses will not be more than $6.00 (longest distance) There is also a taxi service available, the Uber platform and another one called InDrive.

6) What is the cost of living?

Depending on the lifestyle, budget costs range from $1000 to $4000 per month. The cost of living also varies depending on your personal tastes. If you want the same amenities that you had in your country of origin, know that they will have an extra cost here. If you decide to live more relaxed without material stress, you will discover that you will connect better with society and with your neighbors. WE DO NOT RECOMMEND BRINGING YOUR HOUSEHOLDS ITEMS (high import taxes). Most things can be found in the country, unless they are especially made for you.

7) How is the food in El Salvador?

Delicious and particularly friendly for gluten or dairy-free diets. Pupusas are everywhere and you can find them with many ingredients. In supermarkets you can find many exported products. "Mercados" in downtown areas are often far cheaper than big supermarkets, with produce grown locally and picked when ripe.

8) What is El Salvador’s weather like?

Depending on location, El Salvador's weather is typically between 68 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, or 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. The beach has a tropical climate with warm waters all year round. Its valleys have a tropical climate, and its mountainous area also has a very pleasant climate.

9) What words do I need to know before arriving in El Salvador?

Basic Spanish is helpful to ask for a baño (bathroom) or comida (food). We can give you the option of learning with an excellent online Spanish teacher. El Salvador is improving with teaching English in schools and including English signs, but the national language is Spanish.

10) Can I buy properties being a foreigner?

Yes, request a call with us and we will tell you how. And above all, we can advise you and ensure everything is in order for you.

11) What can I do in El Salvador?

Almost anything that doesn’t involve snow. You can have breakfast in front of a great volcano before taking a good walk, then go down to the city and have lunch in a top restaurant. In the afternoon you can go surfing on the beaches, and end at night watching the sun go down on the Pacific Ocean.