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There aren't too many guide books on El Salvador It just doesn't have the information we were looking for. If you want to get off the beaten path, and stay in places other than generic hostels and hotels that the Lonely Planet book describes, then the Explorer's Guide to El Salvador is the best purchase you will make before your trip. We used it the entire time we were in El Salvador, and it had so much valuable information in it.
Better descriptions of landmarks, monuments, parks, restaurants, etc. There's no hype in the descriptions in fact, at times there is a humorous snarkiness to the descriptions. Buy the book, and be sure to bring it with you. You'll be sure to have a wonderful time in the country. One thing I would suggest is to double check the operating times of museums, restaurants, etc.
Another note - don't buy into the hype about the danger in visiting this beautiful country. The book states the same, and points out the obvious Salvadorans are exceptionally kind and helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. There is very few guidebooks about El Salvador.
This is probably the best of them. However I found this guidebook disorganized and difficult to plan traveling around El Salvador. The guidebook describes El Salvador from from San Salvador and out towards the borders of El Salvador, nothing wrong with that but I was coming from Honduras and had difficulties to plan traveling from the border and into San Salvador. I needed far more information about border towns and buses going from the border. I did not have enough information to dare to stop in the countryside.
I had no idea which way the bus was going into San Salvador so I could jump off at a nice spot. I did see from the bus window fantastic landscape and a very nice hotel but I was unprepared to jump off from the bus. One need a lot of help to plan traveling in El Salvador since there is only chicken buses available. The best one so far is Explorer Guide: Lonely Planet doesn't even visit ES anymore and a lot of their listings have been out of business for years, and their info is wrong in many instances. Moon Travel Guides is updating their info now and will probably be the best guide book in the next year or so, but for the time being the book above is the authority.
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