The central American nation of El Salvador is typically not viewed as a tourist hotspot however is undergoing rapid industrialization. Bordering the Pacific ocean to the west, Guatemala to the north, Honduras to the east, and Nicaragua to the south, El Salvador is the smallest and most densely populated inland nation in the western hemisphere. More than 90% of the land is deforrested. There are some popular destinations including the numerous black sand beaches of the Pacific, a volcano and a national park in the Santa Ana and Auchapan regions.
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