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Hostal El Imposible Ecolodge in Parque Imposible, El Salvador

Hostal El Imposible Ecolodge offers rustic, solar-powered accommodation within walking distance of Parque Nacional El Imposible, El Salvador.  Set on a beautiful hillside, the hostel features several cabins, each with a bathroom, fan, and a porch area with a hammock.

The facilities are simple but clean, with hot water and netting over the windows to keep the nighttime bugs at bay.  There is a large solar array which charges batteries that keep the power flowing all night, and the shower water flows from a solar-heated tank on the roof of each cabin.


The Ecolodge also features Restaurante Ixcanal, serving a large menu of mostly local dishes.  They also sell juice, beer, water, and sodas, along with a small selection of locally -produced honey and coffee.  The staff can get you started on your hikes inside the park,  along with helping you figure out how to catch a ride back to civilization.

Parque Imposible is a lush and tropical area full of wildlife and great hiking.  It also doesn’t see a lot of tourists, so catch it now before the big rush to El Salvador.

Services:
Gift shop
Restaurant on site
Free drinking water
Tourist information
Parking
Fans in rooms

Email: hostalelimposible@gmail.com

Facebook:  facebook.com/adecosan

Address:  800 meters before the official park entrance.

Phone: (503) 2405-6505

Cabaña Prices:

1 person – $25

2 people – $39.55

3 people – $50.85

4 people – $56.50

5 people – $62.15

6 people – $67.80

This post was sponsored by Hostal El Imposible Eco-lodge.

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About Zach

Zach seeks to live a simpler life without the extravagance of American culture. Buy fewer things, need less money, work less, play more.

Posted on May 24, 2012, in El Salvador, Hostels, Travel and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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