In an effort to promote recreation and healthy entertainment for students in the public school system, the government of El Salvador, through the Salvadoran Tourism Institute (ISTU), has opened the doors to various recreational destinations.
Today, over 400 students embarked on an adventure-filled journey of fun, embracing nature and mechanical thrills on the “From Adventure to Fun” route. These enthusiastic students had the opportunity to visit the Adventure Park in Surf City Walter Thilo Deninger and enjoy the attractions at Sunset Park.
The initiative aims to provide students with memorable experiences that combine outdoor activities with educational opportunities. Through these outings, students can learn about the natural world, history, and the importance of leisure activities for their well-being.
Participation in this program is open to all schools, and the application process is simple. Schools interested in taking part in these exciting excursions can submit their requests to Solicitudesparques@istu.gob.sv.
By encouraging students to explore their country’s recreational treasures, El Salvador is not only fostering a sense of adventure and wonder but also promoting a healthier and more active lifestyle. These outings serve as a reminder of the importance of balance between academic responsibilities and leisure activities in a student’s life.
The government’s commitment to the development and well-being of its youth is evident through initiatives like “From Adventure to Fun.” As these students return from their thrilling outings with smiles on their faces and new knowledge in their minds, it’s clear that El Salvador is on the right path to creating well-rounded individuals who appreciate the beauty and excitement their country has to offer.