What are the most spectacular roads in El Salvador?

Tucked away in Central America and located at the meeting point of three tectonic plates, El Salvador is the smallest country in the region, covering an area of 21,041 square kilometers. It shares borders with Guatemala and Honduras.

The landscape of the country provides a wide range of different drives for everybody. One of the most defiant drives of the country is the road to Cerro El Pital, at 2.709m (8,887ft) above sea level, located on the border with Honduras. Set high in the Reserva Biologica El Pital, the unpaved road climbs up to the highest point in Salvadoran territory and the third from Honduras. Despite being a small country, it has a diverse geography, with plains, volcanos and coastline. A spectacular road climbs up to the summit of Boqueron Volcano, at 1.893m (6,209ft) above sea level. The road to reach the summit is paved. It narrows much, but the quality is still excellent. 

Cerro El Pital is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.709m (8,887ft) above the sea level, located on the border of El Salvador and Honduras.

Boqueron is a stratovolcano located immediately northwestwest of San Salvador, the capital city of El Salvador, at an elevation of 1.893m (6,209ft) above the sea level.

The challenging Pan-American Highway is one of the biggest adventures in the world. It’s a network of roads covering almost 30,000 kilometres (19,000 mi) from North America to South America. It’s said to be the longest road on Earth.