The smallest country in Central America, El Salvador is bordered to the south by the Pacific Ocean, with neighboring countries Honduras, to the northeast, and Guatemala, to the northwest. Unlike other Central and South American countries, El Salvador does not base its tourism industry on ecotourism. Tourists come to El Salvador for its beaches, nightlife and surfing, thanks to the large waves from the Pacific Ocean. However, this doesn't mean the country doesn't have a lot to offer Canadian tourists.
If you are considering taking a trip to El Salvador to visit the beautiful beaches and do some surfing, or if you’re going to visit family, exploring your travel insurance coverage options with Blue Cross is a great first step in ensuring you can enjoy your trip worry-free. From the time you start your trip until you return home, you are in good hands with us. We have all your travel needs covered.
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Where to visit in El Salvador
In addition to spending time on the beach and enjoying the sunshine, there are many great activities and destinations worth experiencing on your trip. From the Santa Ana Volcano to the Iglesia El Rosario and other churches and cathedrals, Chorros de la Calera waterfalls, and popular destinations in San Salvador, La Libertad, San Miguel and Suchitoto, you will have no trouble finding places to go if you want to venture off the beach. The country also has volcanic crater lakes in the mountains, with Lake Coatepeque and Lake Ilopango being two of the most popular.
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|Population (2012):||6,297,394||34,754,312 (2012)|
|Currency:||United States Dollar|
|Diesel (2012):||1.17||1.23 (2012)|
|Gasoline (2012):||1.26||1.23 (2013)|