According to data from the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur), the Puerto de La Libertad Tourist Complex, of which Sunset Park is a part, receives 1.4 million visitors per year, and with the launch of the amusement park, visits are projected to be around 2.5 million between national and international tourists.
Visitors will also find a diverse gastronomic offering, entertainment, and opportunities to buy and sell handicrafts and fashion items in the area.all in front of the beach.
“If something has characterized President Nayib Bukele, it is that the parks are modern and have a first-rate and quality infrastructure line. This is how we have been working with a super modern park in front of the beach that nobody was betting on, and it is the first in the Central American region, which is Sunset Park,” said Eny Aguiñada, president of ISTU.
In the top 5 of the 14 most visited ISTU parks in November, Sunset Park, with 44,984 registrations, is in second place only behind Balboa Park, which received 62,078 visitors, Amapulapa, with 21,952, Cerro Verde, with 21,089, and Apulo, with 16,723 tourists.
Eny Aguiada confirmed that the ISTU has ten water parks, four of which are natural and one of which has mechanical games, Sunset Park.”We have 14 enabled parks and La Puerta del Diablo, which is under remodeling,” she explained.
In addition, the official added that at the end of November, 2.6 million visitors to the recreational parks managed by the ISTU had been recorded. In addition, she indicated that, only in this month of December, she projects the arrival of 280,000 tourists to the national parks, a figure that represents a growth of 45% compared to the same period in 2021.
The ISTU head concluded that between December 23 and January 1, the institution expects to receive more than 200,000 tourists in the 14 national parks it manages.