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El Salvador Car Hire & Travel Information

Even though this country has the distinction of being the smallest in Central America, it is not short of natural beauty.  More and more tourists are finding out that El Salvador has much to offer, visiting again and again to take in the amazing beaches, the beautiful forests and to see a smoking volcano or two! 

El Salvador is a similar size to Wales and it is a great place if you want to go hiking.  There are a number of national parks and these are still undiscovered by most of the tourists so you will not be falling over a lot of other people.  Choose from parks like Montecristo, Cerro Verde and El Imposible.

Those who want an adventure holiday can try whitewater rafting or go boating on one of the volcanic crater lakes such as Coatepeque.  The waters at El Zonte, Sonsonate and La unnion are popular with surfers.  These are only a short drive away from the capital city so car hire in El Salvador makes sense as you can easily reach all parts of the country within a few hours.

History buffs will enjoy seeing the archaeological sites at Tazumal, formerly part of the Mayan civilisation.  A trip to the Morazan province means that you can take a tour of the trenches that date back to the civil war.  The tours are often led by guides that served as guerrilla soldiers during the conflict. 

If you want to experience the culture of the country why not take in the villages at Ruta de Las Flores?  These are pretty villages that are known for their floral displays and that have many craft markets and events where you can choose a souvenir or two.

This has not always been high on the list of places to visit because the country has had problems in the past but the tourist industry is now picking up.  There are coffee plantations where people can get accommodation and meals and there are beach resorts that are moving more and more upmarket.  There is a growing number of spa hotels and some areas are seeing more and more development.

This means that over the next few years there should be even more to see and do there, so renting a car when you arrive will make a lot of sense.  You will be able to see and do so much during your stay – why miss out?