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.
Restaurant on site
Free drinking water
Fans in rooms
Address: 800 meters before the official park entrance.
Phone: (503) 2405-6505
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.
Posted on May 24, 2012, in El Salvador, Hostels, Travel and tagged Cabinas El Imposible, El Imposible Ecolodge, El Imposible hostels, El Salvador hostels, El Salvador national parks, Parque Imposible. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.