The Tamarindo Touring Company really was born in the small village of Guarjila, Chalatenango
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) March 18, 2008
Tamarindo Touring Company, an adventure travel company doing business solely in the Central American country of El Salvador, announced today it has begun booking adventure and cultural travel vacations to El Salvador. The Tamarindo Touring Company believes in providing a unique, unforgettable and professional travel experience to it's clients while seeking to improve conditions for the local Salvadoran people.
Tamarindo Touring Company offers exciting El Salvador adventures including zip lining, volcanic lake SCUBA diving, kayaking trips, deep sea fishing, surfing, and hiking on volcanoes and in rare cloud forests. For travelers that want to explore the history, culture and arts of El Salvador, Tamarindo Touring Company also offers a variety of cultural and artisan tour options that can be added onto the adventure vacation or combined into a stand-alone cultural tour of El Salvador. The Tamarindo Touring Company's specialty is week long all-inclusive tours, so that travelers are not burdened with the logistics of accommodations, meals, tours, taxes and travel inside El Salvador. Travelers can review the many options available at the Tamarindo Touring Company's website, TamarindoTouringCompany.com
The Tamarindo Touring Company was founded by John Guiliano, who also serves as the company President and head guide. John was born and raised in the Bronx and has spent nearly 25 years living in El Salvador. After the civil war ended in El Salvador, John developed the Tamarindo Community in Guarjila, Chalatenango to facilitate healing and forgiveness. Now the Tamarindo Community encourages kids to get an education, stimulates individual formation and development, and provides regular opportunities for community service as well as a place for recreation and fun. John founded the Tamarindo Touring Company to augment the aims of the Tamarindo Community. "The Tamarindo Touring Company really was born in the small village of Guarjila, Chalatenango," explains John Guiliano, "and our whole intention was that we are going to create a company within this community and that somehow our company would have a positive effect." The Tamarindo Touring Company today employs people from this community and all profits from the company go toward creating more economic opportunities and growth for the people of El Salvador.
Although Tamarindo Touring Company has just recently opened its doors for business, the company's founder and President, John Guiliano, has been successfully running tours in El Salvador for over 15 years. Not only is he an experienced tour leader, but he is warm, enthusiastic, and very entertaining. John's engaging storytelling provides unique insight for travelers exploring the undiscovered land of El Salvador.
"We invite you to come to El Salvador because you're going to see something you've never seen before," says John Guiliano. El Salvador's small size provides for easy access to the country's wide variety of ecosystems and beautiful landscapes. Travelers can spend one day hiking a volcanic landscape or biking a mountainous cloud forest and spend the next day kayaking a serene estuary or deep sea fishing in El Salvador's unspoiled Pacific waters. El Salvador also benefits from the fact that it is still largely undiscovered and has not been overrun by large crowds of tourists. El Salvador's small size and the lack of real estate on the Caribbean Sea have kept it secluded from the crowds that flock to places like Costa Rica and Belize.
While the land of El Salvador is unique, beautiful, varied and undiscovered, it truly is the Salvadoran people that distinguish El Salvador from other travel destinations in Central America. According to John Guiliano, "the most amazing part of El Salvador is the Salvadoran people - that truly is the undiscovered adventure of El Salvador." People traveling to El Salvador consistently rave about the gentle and kind Salvadoran people. Travelers to El Salvador frequently want to return to visit with the Salvadoran friends made during their travels in El Salvador.
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