Coatepeque Lake is located in El Salvador. It is regarded as one of the most bewitching and enthralling lakes in the world. The visitors will have to take CA-1W road and reach the Department of Ana to see the lake. The lake looks like a crater. It is actually resides on the collapsed mouth of the volcano; so, it can also be referred as a volcanic crater.
The tourists can enjoy swimming, fishing, and scads of aquatic sports. There are copious restaurants and eating joints around the lake where the tourists can nibble mouth-watering and succulent food to fill the belly. The lake covers an area of 25 sq km and shows its superciliousness for having Los Anteojos peninsula in its possession. The travellers who influx the Teopán Island in the place also visit the temple constructed by the Mayans and the stupendous structure of goddess Ixqueye in the site.
The lake derives its name from the words "Coai" and "Tepec". These words mean snake and hill respectively. After understanding the significance of the meaning of its name many tourists who come here also call it ‘Hill of the Snake’. It flows at an elevated position of 740 meters above the seal level. The warm adam’s ale, the water makes it perfect for all sort of fun frolicking water activities.
Tourists looking for a rejuvenating hill station holiday flock from all parts of the world to hills surrounding the lake and before leaving they do not forget to visit the lake to loosen themselves and spend some casual relaxing hours.
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