El Paso Airport
Car Rental at El Paso Airport
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El Paso straddles the border of three states: Texas and New Mexico of the US, and Chihuahua of Mexico.
Ciudad Juarez of the latter, Las Cruces of New Mexico, and El Paso of Texas constitute a region known as The Borderland.
There are few touristic draws within the city itself, and fewer across the border at Ciudad Juarez, as this corridor is busy with illicit traffic: Many federal and military establishments are located in El Paso for this reason.
To get to El Paso’s outlying attractions, like the Guadalupe Mountains and the granite-made cisterns of Hueco Tanks, a hire car at El Paso Airport is highly recommended.
This transport arrangement will also allow comfort and flexibility for travel out of state where a concentration of attractions can be enjoyed.
One of the most ecologically and topographically diverse national parks in the United States is the Chihuahuan Desert in the far west corner of Texas.
Rent a car in El Paso Airport and drive to Big Bend, an 800,000-acre park within the desert, for spectacular scenery and ‘splendid isolation,’ as the National Park Service puts it.
The reserve is ideal for unhindered stargazing as befitting a park named as one of the world’s Dark Sky regions.
Big Bend also attracts a crowd of life and earth scientists who come for its canyons’ geologic and paleontologic resources.
For the regular visitor the park abounds with outdoor features that suit the high-adrenaline adventurer.
Backpacking, camping, hiking, biking, and rock climbing are some of the most popular activities that can be done within park vicinity.
You may also canoe the 118-km portion of Texas’ Rio Grande which serves as the international border between the US and Mexico.
As you may be crossing borders via the river, it’s important to have your passport readily available upon request.
The majority of the Lone Star State’s cosmopolitan cities are clustered in a region known as the Texas Triangle to the east.
Houston makes up the triangle’s easternmost point, Dallas-Fort Worth its north, and Austin and San Antonio, about 8 hours west.
San Antonio is famous for The Alamo and authentic Tex-Mex, while Austin is for the car race enthusiast.
Dallas-Fort Worth is renowned for its stockyards, supersized malls, and the largest airport in Texas.
Houston, a further four hours east of San Antonio, is famous as the site of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
You can leave a one way car rental from El Paso Airport at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, or extend your trip to the beaches of Galveston an hour to the south.
El Paso is on a strategic location to get to various major cities of Arizona and New Mexico on the way to Grand Canyon.
From El Paso, you will have the option to make your way north via Albuquerque, NM, and witness the hundreds of Native American tribes in the Gathering of Nations Powwow every April.
If you miss that, try to catch hundreds of hot air balloons instead during early October when the International Balloon Fiesta hits town.
Alternatively, you may pass through the Sun Corridor cities of Tucson and Phoenix in Arizona if you are keen on seeing deep space.
Tucson has a handful of cutting edge observatories that are open to the public.
The south rim of the Grand Canyon is about 350 miles north from here.
You may even decide to go to Las Vegas for a bit of casino fun after you had your fill of the canyonlands, and leave your one way rental car at McCarran International Airport before flying out.