American Countries With No Atlantic Coastline

There are five countries in the Americas that do NOT have any coastline on the Atlantic Ocean. Can you name them in 60 seconds?
The Caribbean Sea is part of the Atlantic
Quiz by joez
Last updated: October 31, 2019
First submittedOctober 30, 2019
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El Salvador
Level 70
Oct 30, 2019
Level 82
Oct 31, 2019
Yes, indeed.
Level 75
Nov 3, 2019
Yes so much!
Level 42
Mar 10, 2020
Level 74
Apr 13, 2020
Level 56
Apr 15, 2020
Pretty much
Level 73
Oct 31, 2019
Bolivia, despite not having any coastline with the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, still has a navy to keep national hope alive of one day regaining what was lost to Chile in the late 1800s.
Level 65
Nov 1, 2019
They also patrol Lake Titicaca and rivers.
Level 75
Nov 1, 2019
Ugh, guess I'm still asleep - must remember that landlocked countries don't border the Atlantic...
Level 81
Nov 1, 2019
Yeah, took me like 30 seconds to realize that countries with no coastline at all probably also don't have any Atlantic coastline . . .
Level 64
Jan 11, 2020
Could there be an easier quiz?
Level 66
Jan 12, 2020
Level 33
Jan 11, 2020
Chile does not have an Atlantic coast line yet its not on the answers, so its six countries, not five.
Level 47
Jan 11, 2020
I think the very bottom of Chile touches the Atlantic due to where the border is
Level 72
Jan 11, 2020
If you look closely at a map, the part where Chile comes closest to the Atlantic is cut off by a very thin strip of Argentina. But it does have islands that are technically Atlantic. You can also debate on whether the Strait of Magellan belongs to the Pacific or Atlantic.
Level 55
Aug 22, 2020
You don't have to debate anything. You take a good look on the map closely again. Just south of the Argentinian town of Rio Gallegos, there is a part of Chile that clearly goes all the way to the Atlantic coast. Or do you mean that part on the very tip of that peninsula? It would be just riddiculous to not count the bay as a part of the Atlantic. I would even say that Punta Arenas lie on the Atlantic, but even if you wanted to move the divide as east as possible, surely it would go to the spot where road 257-CH crosses the water and not further.
Level 44
Jan 11, 2020
Chile is not officially an Atlantic country but it has at least three islands (Picton, Lennox and Nueva) that touches the Atlantic Sea but the "line" touchjing the Atlantic Ocean belongs to Argentina (since the treatise signed buy those countries in 1984, I guess)
Level 43
Jan 19, 2020
Free points yoinkers