Karma Beach House

El Salvador: La Libertad

All budgets catered for with this operator who offers various El Salvador accommodation as well as tours with all sorts of package options possible.

Testimonials

2007

My girlfriend and I loved our epic trip to El Sal. The people are amazingly friendly and laid back, plus all the locals are friends with Cebolla. Cebolla is down for whatever and enjoys showing you the little things that make his country great. The waves are epic with lots of rights ranging in size from learnable to rippable. The company house is very comfortable and the hammocks suck you in. The maid makes amazing food out of the local market fish and produce better than any restaurant around. !Que Buena Onda! I recommend Quiver Surf Company to anyone who loves waves, people, and making life-long memories. Plus IT’S CHEAP!

Luke Rossmerz (March, 2007)

 

Cebolla: Thanks again, my Man... We couldn’t have done El Salvador without you. The surf was great. The place was great. But you made the trip. Thanks again for spending your week with us. We couldn’t have wished for anyone better.

 Scott Brooks (April, 2007)

 

Cebolla – Wow. What an awesome trip. You were the best guide we’ve ever had on these trips and will definitely use you again. You put on a great trip and we appreciated your local knowledge and professionalism. We look forward to seeing you again.

Brett McFadden (August, 2007)

 

Very well said - the trip was great and Cebolla made all the difference.

Ray Easler (August, 2007)

 

I can echo the "Cebolla" comments. The trip was a great mix for everyone. The "Mayan Ruins" were great, the "Point Break" was easy to escape for "Old Guys on Boogie Boards", and "Maria Luz" was a great cook.

Mike McFadden (August, 2007)

 

Gracias por la gran visita que teníamos, por su hospitalidad buena a su country hermoso.

Doug Smith (August, 2007)

 

Que onda mi amigo? This is Aaron (there last week). Just wanted to say again that I had a great week. Trip was amazing and I appreciate you showing us such a great time and ridiculous waves. By far the best I have ever surfed.

Aaron Martin (September, 2007)

 

2009

Mar 2, 2009 

Greetings from the US,

I will never forget my visit to El Salvador. It left a lasting impression of how fragile our planet is and how connected we all are. I also referred to my visit in El Salvador in my column, Embracing Life, which I called "Our Earth." I cannot wait to hear what you and Monica think of it. Please be honest. Thank you for all of your help.

Donna Bonnell

 

Jul 23, 2009

Cebolla Hi!

It was wonderful meeting you in El Salvador. I am now back in Miami and have very fond memories of your country! I wanted to thank you for all your help, and all your guidance! We had a fantastic time.

Besos,

Tammie Dunn and Nick

 

December, 2009 - This (True Karma) was a great rental. We had an awesome time in El Salvador. Every day was an adventure and the sunsets were just beautiful. Thanks Cebolla! We can't wait to come back. ~

Kathy Monahan King

 

2010  

Feb 21, 2010

“Still not known for tourism El Salvador”

El Salvador

Norwich, VT

Feb 21, 2010

Having just returned from a visit to El Salvador, I find it surprising that it is still considered off the beaten path. It is an amazingly beautiful country complete with little populated beaches, awe inspiring volcanoes, Mayan sites, and the best sunsets I have ever experienced.As in much of Central America, there are places you should avoid and traveling after dark is not a good idea but I wouldn't let either of those facts deter you from a visit. I should mention that I don't speak Spanish and very few people speak English but thanks to our local guide Cebolla and his tour company Quiver I didn't feel that our experience was marred by this fact.

Cebolla is not only a knowledgeable guide but a true son of his land. HIs love of his country is evidenced in every tour. We shared his enthusiasm and also appreciated his willingness to help us out even when we were not touring with him. ( A journey to Suchitoto that led us through San Salvador, a true maze of a city, required a minimum of four phone calls to get us back on track) Try El Salvador before others find it and check out Quiver.

 

March, 2010 -

Cebolla:

We had such a great time. You are truly a great guide and a great guy! Thank you for being so patient with our children and for being a great ambassador for El Salvador. Your happiness is infectious. All americans can learn a thing or two from you! We'd love to extend the same hospitality and kindness to you that you showed to us.

Kramer Family



PP/Night from US$ 37