The new Bitopia; El Salvador is the sleeping giant of Central America. In El Salvador, the beauty of the ancient world meets the power of tech innovation.
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El Salvador is a constitutional Republic bordered by Honduras and Guatemala. While the country is still recovering from the impacts of their civil war in the late 20th century, the current president, Nayib Bukele, has instituted sweeping reforms in the country’s healthcare and financial sectors, as well as reducing crime in the country’s biggest cities.
The combination of forward-thinking policy, incredible geography, and an incredible culture ensure that El Salvador’s future is incredibly bright.
Why choose El Salvador?
Sovereign individuals enjoy the freedom to live, work and invest anywhere they desire
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BTC is an official currency
Strong passport, ranked 37th worldwide
Low cost of healthcare and accomodation
No property tax
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Explore El Salvador
San Salvador is the capital and largest city in El Salvador. This city is the heart of the country’s economic, cultural, and political activity. The national museum, university, and key political buildings are located here.
El Tunco is the quintessential beach town. A hotspot for Salvadorans and tourists alike, this two street village is famous for its waves and relaxed energy.
Santa Ana is the second largest city in El Salvador and a cultural hub. The city still retains some of its colonial architecture and is the center of production for many of El Salvador’s most important exports.
Lake Coatepeque is a volcanic lake 18km south of Santa Ana. The shore is dotted with villas and villages that are perfect to take in the lake’s iconic sunrises. Coatepeque is near to Cerro Verde National Park which makes it the perfect base for a volcano tour.
The healthcare system in El Salvador is divided into public and private sectors. El Salvador’s citizens have access to the public healthcare system at no cost, while foreigners must pay for services at public facilities or purchase health insurance to be used in private hospitals. Most private clinics and hospitals are concentrated in El Salvador’s major cities and provide excellent care. However due to the cost, they serve a very small percentage of the population. In recent years, the public healthcare system has struggled to cope with demand and provide adequate care, so President Bukele has made healthcare reform a major part of his platform.
Education in El Salvador is composed of preschool, primary school, secondary school, and higher education levels, offered by public and private institutions, and is regulated by the Ministry of Education (MINED). Compulsory education begins at age 7 and end at age 15, students are then able to study for two more years to receive the bachillerato general, the degree required to enter the country’s universities. The school cycle is from the end of January to the end of October/early November, except in the case of private bilingual schools that use the U.S. cycle from August until early June. A university bachelor’s degree takes five years to complete under the semester model. There are 41 higher education institutions in the country,.