El Salvador holds the World Surfing Championship.


The Government of President Nayib Bukele reiterates to Salvadorans and the international community the pride in organizing the ISA 2021 World Surfing Games, from May 29 to June 6 at Beaches of La Bocana (El Tunco) and El Sunzal, in the municipality of Tamanique, department of La Libertad, El Salvador.

Although the event is closed to the public in accordance with international biosecurity protocols to avoid COVID-19 infections, all of the development of the competition can be seen through the digital platforms of the ISA. In addition to this platform, there is the site https://elsalvador.travel

and the international sports network ESPN, which owns the exclusive rights to broadcast the championship.

Tourism Minister Morena Valdez explained that the only part that is closed to the public is the competition development area, but all activity in neighboring restaurants is functioning normally, which will boost the local economy and generate a window of opportunity for the inhabitants of this district of La Libertad.

Support the development of the environment

The public can visit the businesses near the event venues normally with an increase in the number of visitors during competition days, which confirms that Surf City’s policy also supports the development of the environment. In this way, business owners are committed to keeping biosecurity protocols in effect and complying with all anti-COVID-19 measures.

Visitors to these businesses should stick with the mask, keep a social distance, and at each location there will be hand-operated alcohol dispensers, in addition to constant disinfection procedures.

12 places will be available to allow athletes to participate in the Tokyo Olympic Games next June. It is a window to raise the name of El Salvador and generate a new development for the Salvadoran coast.

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