Why diving in El Salvador
Diving in the Volcanic Crater Lake Coatepeque / Los Cobanos Reef / volcanic crater of Lake Ilopango / wrecks
Diving in the Coatepeque Lake Volcanic Crater. A beautiful mirror of fresh water just 15 minutes from the city of Santa Ana and 40 minutes from the city of San Salvador, surrounded by an abundant history and underwater landscapes of mysterious and enchanting volcanic origin.
The organisms that are observed on the surface of the ship are Carijoa multiflora and sponges, besides species like the lobster (Panulirus gracilis) and fishes; Including the most prominent Epinephelus itajara, “mero” (goliath grouper goliath)
in the volcanic crater of Lake Ilopango. Just 16 kilometers from the city of San Salvador, it is a unique experience with its extraordinary forms and cliffs of volcanic stones with underwater hot water projections and many more sites rich in History and Geology very interesting
The Los Cobanos reef is considered a unique marine area in the region; Since it harbors great biodiversity of plants, marine animals and coral reefs being unique in the Central American Pacific. The most important feature is its isolated volcanic rock formations of approximately 160 km2. Ask for other places in our ocean