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Spent a really quiet night here with our rooftop tent. Wind was really mild where we stayed and only in the evening, super calm and quiet in the morning. There are gates on both sides, coming from R40 on the way to the cave we turned left (north) and passed through both opened gates. After the second gate you’d need high clearance because part of the road is uneven pebble road. We stopped beneath a little cave some 50m before the actual spot. There are many options inside the canyon. Super nice smell in the morning because of the salt river. We saw a flamingo coming back to the Ruta.

edit: The place is not private property but under the old “No Pasar” sign there is a warning about nails on the road. We didn’t see any nails, maybe sharp rocks? You can park before the sign.

Canyon Rio Pinturas -47.19577, -70.82679

Acampei com barraca de teto. O local é muito bonito, mas o camping achei meio abandonado... construíram um banheiro feminino novo e o masculino é muito velho e precário. Fez frio mesmo em Novembro e o chuveiro não aquece a água gelada... banho frio. valor pago foi de 25 reais, mas sem muita estrutura ou apoio aos campistas. O lugar é lindo e merecia cuidado melhor !

Pousada das Corucacas -29.03802, -50.14530
Jeff & Kathy’s Roam with a View

Do yourself a favour by stopping here! The owners are incredibly inviting and appreciate any business you may offer. The parking is free if you do not require any services, but a visit to the restaurant is greatly appreciated. The restaurant is incredible. The menu is vast and the food portions are huge and prices are more than fair. The parking is huge for any size rig. We are 10m long and 4m high and had no issues at all. We ended up spending a couple nights here to finish up our drive to the end of the road going south. You won’t be disappointed.

Hotel Avicar 8.92127, -78.39855

Lovely place. It was being run by Karina and her family while Rafael was away. They were doing a great job. Bathrooms clean and running water, but no hot water. Very windy and the wind shelters on the palapas have been taken by the latest hurricane. Karina was nice enough to let us use the porch of the vacant cabana to hide from the wind. $500mxn for a palapa on the beach. Slow wifi, no cell signal.

Camp Beluga, San Luis Gonzaga Bay 29.77518, -114.38384

Really nice campsite! Private shelter and nice lagoon in the middle. Right next to the river where you can do hikes and swim! 10usd a person.

Lagos del Rio 10.45653, -84.64519

Amongst our favorite wild camping spots in Chile! Water nearby, clean, flat and beautiful nature. Perfect for an early start to Tatio. We loved it here!

Guatin River Camp -22.76881, -68.07521

It is possible to spend the night with a motorhome here without any problems. It has a bathroom open at night and a list of other places where you can spend the night free of charge.

Parque Nacional Torres del Paine – Laguna Amarga -50.97728, -72.80030

I was able to drop off my visa request at the Côte d’Ivoire embassy in Conakry. It was a smooth process:
Sylvain, the consulate employee, accepted my online payment (58€ on the SNEDAI website) and didn’t ask for any more money, he was very professional. He filled out the form for me.

Docs requested: copy of yellow fever vaccine, 1 ID photo, 1 copy of passport identification page, receipt of online payment (58€). He also asked for the copy of the covid vaccination proof which I hadn’t printed out, I just showed it on my phone and he said it was ok.

As for the laisser passer: he said that they’ve received new guidelines to clarify the LP process. Apparently this document is issued ONLY to Ivorian nationals who have lost their passport and need to travel back to their country. As an exception, they do issue LP for foreigners who travel by land but ONLY IF they have a motorbike or a car. For those like me who travel via public transportation, he didn’t really know what to do… He will call his colleagues at the border of Nzérékoré to know more about it.

Embassy of Ivory Coast 9.50826, -13.71553

A beautiful place. Very quiet and in the middle of the cactus landscape. We did a little hike here without a guide. Jessy was very friendly and looked after us.

Jardin Botanico 'Helia Bravo Hollis' 18.32741, -97.45438

A large asphalt parking lot with boat ramp. Located along the Warrior River. Free site. Two bars on Verizon. No amenities. Some noise at night from a few cars turning around and a few barges going by but not much traffic after midnight.

Lock 7 PUblic Use Area 32.78584, -87.83684

we followed the dirty road that goes to the lake, there are places to camp, with beautiful view.
we asked a local if we could stay for the night, he said it was ok but not on the place next to the houses, because people pass there to go to the field/lake.
some people passed in the morning, no problem.
we had a good night :)

lake titikaka (sanca jahuira) -16.21771, -68.67372

Easy to find with the written directions. A bit of a steep hill down from the road to the river bed, but many of the basic local cars were doing it fine. May be hard to get to the beach if it’s been raining a lot. Beautiful location though with tons of space. We drove from the main area to the left (facing the lake), and there there was space for many vehicles, some sheltered from trees. Very flat as well. No direct access to the lake since there’s a stream running between the lake and the parking area. Lovely place to spend the night

Lakeside -39.30085, -72.06872

Carolina is a super nice host with a beautiful campsite. Hot shower and a new toilet building. 600 pesos per person. 10 minute walk to town. They have 6 lovely dogs and a funny donkey. Wifi reaches the beginning of the campsite. So nice to feel grass under your feet! During the day they have sometimes birthday celebrations. But only till 5 or 6 pm. And always quiet.

La Carolina -23.20163, -65.34059

We stayed here in our 32 ft skoolie and follow-car in the back with the trucks and RVs. A lot more semis here than RVs so it got pretty loud at night. Besides the “no camping” sign there were no “over night parking prohibited” signs! We felt safe and it was a convenient pull of from I-25 South!

Cuerno Verde-Colorado City Rest Area 37.96410, -104.79652

Easy access. Large site. Quiet. Did hear shooting range in the distance. Area designated site hunting camp. Did not check out other 13 sites. This one was perfect for overnight.

Tuskegee Campsite #6 32.48353, -85.59750

Quiet place to sleep but cold cold cold. We started the hike at 5.30 in the morning, so nice to be there without tourist

Carpark Three Rainbow Mountains (Palccoyo) -14.04494, -71.25744

Rest Area with restrooms.
No sign : " no overnight parking".
OK on the way from DEATH VALLEY via WILDROSE to LA.

Trona Rest Area 35.75741, -117.37780

Wild card free entry. Muddy this time of year. Burger average, you are better of with toasted sandwiches at halfprice. Milkshake ok. Wifi need to pay. Camping 130 pp

Not sure if the ranger was lazy or what but the routes he told us we could do added up to less than 10 km…

Ndlovu Camp (Royal Hlane National Park) -26.26061, 31.87665

Decent beef curry for 60 rands. Plenty of safe parking right in front with no height limit

Cozy coffee house -26.49388, 31.38385

Two benches and a flat open grassy area. It doesn’t seem to belong to any of the parks. At the turnoff there was no sign whatsoever. Can be found on Google maps with same name

Rangers / anti poachers also came by and waved, didn’t say we couldn’t camp. All friendly.

Good for big rigs also

Could hear hyenas at night. Passed rhinos and wildebeest on the way in

2 bar MTN LTE

Simunye picnic site camp -26.27555, 31.92128

Ive filled 9kg for 2300pesos.
I came there at 13.00 and i could get it back at 16.00.

propane charge -24.79306, -65.42241

Ive asked the guy how much he charges. He said 350pesos per Kilo

Balcarce 1485 -24.77125, -65.41061

New Ownership: Lazydays RV as of July 2022 but dump still FREE! Enter at second driveway and dump is on the left.

Lazydays RV Dump Station 36.25842, -95.65836

went here twice on 2 different days, both closed

Cocina de Rosita 14.55984, -90.73632

tour is now Q475 including park entrance

CA Travelers 14.55912, -90.73588

budget hotel, Q100 per room per night (2 persons) free filtered water.
okay room the first 2 nights, clean towels, sheets and soap. We got an upgrade the 3th night to a room with private bathroom

Bali Hotel 14.55926, -90.73648

Didn’t get through, we didn’t want to pay the outrageous price of 1000 pesos for entrance and guide. The roads through the village around the rope didn’t look very promising, maybe because it rained. We didn’t try them. Boat rides for two people go for the same price and if you are with more prices go down. Might be a better option.

Entrance to Tamul - upper waterfall 21.85037, -99.17720

This is a well used lot, several other RVs were there. Quiet and not too bright, but felt safe and isolated from road noise. The visitor center doesn't have long hours, as stated, so washroom access is limited.

Old Salem Visitors Center 36.08471, -80.24400

An okay place to spend a night (better then on the border with Bolivia). Lots of locals at night, might be loud music. Free shower at men's toilet, clean. Can pay by card.

Under the trees (Gasur gas station) -21.35086, -61.52283
La Famille POOS

Nice place. Almost very quite. 300 pesos the night.

El Rancho RV Park 17.05218, -96.63934

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