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Devil's Door (Puerta del Diablo)

South Of Balboa Park 1 km | Los Planes de Renderos, San Salvador, El Salvador
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South Of Balboa Park 1 km | Los Planes de Renderos, San Salvador, El Salvador
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

Its a great place to get some impressive views and picture of San Salvador. We headed there shortly after lunch and it wasn't busy at all. We walked up the path which pretty steep and takes some time. Upon arriving on the landing...just sit back...More

Thank LuvTravel14_1
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Perfect view of the south of San Salvador. A lot of chalets of local snacks can be found. In order to access to the lookout point it is recommended to use sport shoes and to have some minimal physical condition. No formal parking lot will...More

Thank Luis A
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

This place is never busy but the views are amazing. Plan to sit down and have an ear of corn or a .60 coke. The rock roof restaurant is cool too. No entry fees and close to town.

1  Thank Jerry T
Reviewed 15 February 2017

One of my favorite natural places to go. Very close to the city center, awesome views, good street food. I just enjoy it! Also, you can climb any of the 3 mountains (?) and have a better view of the valley. If it's a busy...More

Thank Umeko11
Reviewed 12 February 2017

30minute-ish walk to a beautiful view. Definitely worth a trip to the Puerta del Diablo. Tips: - Plan to also visit a pupuseria in Los Planes De Renderos as they have some of the best in the country. - Also, 15 minutes down the road...More

2  Thank R0dTravels
Reviewed 9 January 2017 via mobile

My family made the trek up Puerta Del Diablo. My kids age 5 and 8 made it up no problem. The stairs were easy for them to navigate. I got a little tired but I'm also not the most physically active person. The views were...More

2  Thank lawlesa2
Reviewed 27 December 2016

Incredible views, great El Salvadorean food at the stalls, great for meeting and watching the locals.

Thank Jenna C
Reviewed 29 November 2016

This is an amazing place to visit in El Salvador! Eat some pupusas before going up to the Devil's door to get some energy for the hike! If you wanted to you could also do two zipwires across from one rock to another or Rappelling...More

Thank Yesly C
Reviewed 7 November 2016

We took the bus from the historic centre and within 30 mins and at a cost of 35 cents we were at the site. There are quite a few little walks to get you to the viewing sites, where you can see the Pacific Ocean...More

Thank Emma A
Reviewed 19 October 2016

cean take a hike feel the fresh air,see the pacific ocean.from thev top of The Devils Door.eat some Pupusas or other local delicatesens

Thank pijuyo
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