When? Who? Comment Place Location

Ferry costs TZS 16'000 pp/way and it takes about 5h. The schedule is according to the tides and varies. When I took the ferry, it was only running a few days a week: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. This may change again. Contact Shabaan (see storage place) for detailed information. You can bring your car if booked in advance but I wouldn't recommend it. You can buy some food and drinks on board but best bringing your own snacks.

Ferry to mafia -7.79432, 39.27686

Local county RV Park that has a dump station and water fill for 10$ for dump and another 10$ for water fill, need to bring your own hose. Open late into the year

Water Tower RV park 43.06555, -83.31831

Nosotros pasamos 1 noche aquí, muy tranquilo, el acantilado nos cubría del viento, solo se escuchan las olas, pareceriera escuchar un mantra, hermoso.
No vimos Toninas, ni delfines.

Playa Minas -49.15667, -67.63352

Our first camp in Namibia couldn’t be better. Great infrastructure, with private showers and toilet. Amazing landscape. Owners very kind! Definitely stop here! 👍🏽

Mount D'Urban Campsite -25.70625, 16.85106

The dump station is to the right of the ramp on the way out of the rest area. It’s in good shape and easy to access.

I95N Rest Area 39.14176, -76.84552

I came here to make an adjustment on my injection pump, the owner is professional, he adjusted the injection pump for free

Good dieseliste 42.04447, 44.67654

Bel endroit avec superbe vue sur le lac et les montagnes au bord de la route qui mène au club nautique

Route du club nautique -31.46382, -68.64572

Cet endroit ou le lac n est plus present ressemble plus a un déchèterie qu un endroit ou camper

Playa Hermosa -31.46146, -68.71145

Nice little alcove/pull off just off the road. Nice for a night!

Alcove off 564 36.62738, -110.50958

A big Walmart lot, signs saying no trailers or big rigs allowed so be aware. Well lit, 73mbps down with ATT

Fort Scott Walmart 37.80709, -94.70677

If you go from Chile to Argentina and would like to head towards Los Antiguos over RP41 try to inquire if the road is passable - it is a high-mountain road along first 40kms close to Monte Zeballos up to Estancia Frontera. Even in late spring it might be blocked by snow and there are no warning signs at all.

Argentinian Immigration and Customs – Paso Roballos -47.15832, -71.85133

tuvimos un desperfecto mecánico a 20km y tuvimos la desgracia de pasar acá 3 días hasta resolver (yendo y viniendo en bus a Juliaca) hace 5 meses estamos en el altiplano (Bolivia y Perú) disfrutando mucho de los lugares y la gente pero puntualmente en este lugar la gente me pareció desagradable.. ni la hora ni nada.. tampoco la policía quería prestarme el wifi para poder buscar repuestos para solucionar.. una mierda, ni duerman acá y sigan de largo por que si su vehiculo es diésel va a costar mucho arrancar ya que hace MUCHISIMO FRIO y por la altura cuesta horrores hacerla arrancar , tampoco hay mecánicos ni absolutamente nada, sigan de largo🫠🙃

Police Station -15.83778, -71.09077

Great flat spot to overnight. Stayed here on our way to Taos and it was great. Awesome little paved river trail that you have access to. Only drawback is there's a constant, albeit diminishing, flow of traffic all night.

Empty Dirt Parking Lot Near Strawberry Fields 38.27597, -104.66356
Petra Blaho

Luis is a very helpful person. The campsite is sufficiently equipped. We felt great here and would definitely come back. The location is amazing. You can enter the park thru the camp ;)

Camping Casa Viva 9.15014, -83.73245

local Bom, tem lanchonete até às 22 e banheiro, posto, 24horas

posto ipiranga -28.44063, -48.82319
Daniel DuPont


The location of the property is on Highway 1, S out of Loreto, heading towards La Paz... Heading South, a left turn off the highway would lead you to the airport... although it is here that you can see in the distance Fili's building on the right side of the road.

During our time in Bahia de Los Angeles, I discovered to my horror.... a clicking sound any time I put my Jeep Wrangler into 4x4. After researching this, I felt pretty confident, that the clicking was a bad CVJoint in my driveshaft... and driving in 2-wheel would be fine, although I did have limited reliability with 4x4 before becoming incapacitated.

Anyhow, I had searched out Jeep Dealerships... as I do not speak the language and honestly... who else could I possibly trust to the work correctly.

So, I had a Jeep Dealership in La Paz identified and it was just about then... that I noticed a Facebook post on Talk Baja, where mechanics were being discussed. It was under multiple suggestions on this post that I researched Fili's on iOverlander.

To my surprise, as I was still a long way from La Paz on my itinerary, that Fili was located within Loreto, our very next stop!!! I ventured over to his property knowing what was wrong with my Jeep, although would allow him to do what he does to identify the problem and see if all information aligns.

Setting my expectations (as per previous reviews) I allowed File all the time he needed to start and complete discussions with multiple people whom arrived before me. He is thorough and therefore believed if I wait long enough... I too with get his thoroughness and therefore a quality repair.

Once I was able to secure his attention, as suspected I had his full attention and he spoke with me (English), lifted and looked at the Jeep and identified what I had... a bad CV Joint.

He had his girls research obtaining the part and within minutes, had me a price and timeline.

I set my appointment for a few days from now, arrived and it was then that they offered me a ride... to wherever I needed to go... if I did not want to wait. Well, thank you very much, I accepted.

A few hours later, I got the call, was picked up and brought back to his property.

I paid American dollars for the part... pretty much exactly what I found online myself... although the hourly fee for his mechanic to fix was penny's on the American dollar. Almost to the point where even typing this out, I feel guilty... to have paid so little.

I did question Fili's girls, although they reassured me this was the correct amount.

I would ABSOLUTELY go back to Fili if I needed some work performed for me to continue my journey. I would at this point, go out of my way, traveling back to Loreto just for the privilege of feeling safe and secure in regards to the quality of the work and more importantly what appeared to be an honest working atmosphere.

We would return

Fili's 25.98385, -111.36778

Safe place to spend the night in Lima. Security all the time + under cameras.

Playa Redondoo -12.13374, -77.03034

been there yesterday. looks completely different than on the photos. forgot to take some. looks better now. road is good and place on top also. great sand quiet spot for one night. hiking to waterfall recommended

Beside cemetery 44.57171, -63.72450

just don't go there. this place is narrow, directly at the road and it's full of locals staying there all night also during the week. also it's impossible to level there

Nice view on sea 44.57706, -63.55055

when we arrived there, there were homeless people camping in the woods and about 30 garbage bags with plastic bottles laying around while someone was sorting them. just bad vibes. drove on

Point Pleasant Park 44.62606, -63.57424

sleeping here tonight after eating lobster at the restaurant. would recommend. Asked at the restaurant also, they said it's no problem. not sure about high season though. (its windy!!)

Peggy's Cove 44.49195, -63.91644

Great place!! We’ve been there for 2 nights. Eco friendly.Hot showers, everything is clean and well maintened. 3 friendly dogs welcomes you, they are strolling around the whole day, doing funny things… ;-) A club house is also available. There are some hens, but no! Rooster, so the nights are very quiet… :-) Its possible, to rent kayaks.
WA/mobile +56932546455

QUELTHUES ECO-CAMPIMG -36.07771, -72.78985

It is very nice place. A lot of very clean restrooms. Great place to refill water bottle , vendor machine available. We slept very good there as it is shadow next to the pets area.

NC welcome center SB I-95 36.43215, -77.63109

Free for the season and lots of space in the trees or in the open on the dry river bed. Close to the freeway but not very noisy. Can stay up to 14 days for free! We stayed one night while traveling i5

Shoreline 40.88636, -122.36882

Parqueamos aqui el día antes de dejar nuestra van en el contenedor para cruzar a Panamá. Estuvo bien por una noche. Alex es muy amable.
Aquí puedes lavar tu auto, cuentan con agua potable duchas y baño. Nos cobró 20 k el día completo.
Lavan ropa por 8 k el kg (no recomendamos si es de un dia para el otro porque no se seca bien)
No recomendamos ir alli si tienes perros, ahi tienen pitbulls para cuidar la propiedad.

We parked here the day before leaving our van in the container to cross to Panama. It was fine for one night. Alex is very kind. Here you can wash your car, they have drinking water, showers and bathrooms. He charged us 20k for the full day. They wash clothes for 8 k per kg (we do not recommend if it is from one day to the next because it does not dry well) We do not recommend going there if you have dogs, they have pitbulls there to guard the property.

Parqueadero Berlinas 10.44052, -75.51913

Slept here for a night, seems like the local spot to hangout for couples or younger people. Lot of people chillin in their cars looking at the cruise ships. Definitely quiets down after 8pm and emptys out at night until the morning. Skated up the the 7/11 on the main road for my morning coffee, overall a chill spot and would stay here again.

Ensenada 31.85625, -116.61995

O lugar é super tranquilo, tem energia na árvore, muita sombra e tem uma torneira ao lado da peixaria. Venta bastante também, então é super fresco de ficar. Sempre para bastante motorhome então é seguro.

Qualquer coisa pode nos chamar @outrohorizonte

The place is very calm, there is electricity in the tree, a lot of shadow and there is a tap near the fishery. It’s very windy so it doesn’t get hot. There are many motorhomes here with us so we felt safe.

Any doubts you can talk to me @outrohorizonte

Praia de Pirapueira -9.46354, -35.54207

We spent 1 night here while passing through Guatemala City. Even though the restaurant was closed for a few weeks, the guard gave us a friendly welcome and we were allowed to stay here for free!
All we had to do was register at the reception of the hotel, where we even got the WiFi password.
Very safe and super quiet for its proximity to Guatemala City!

IG: compasschronicle

Cabana Suiza 14.61612, -90.61823

Carlos and his wife was very friendly and welcoming. We stayed one night, the place is perfect. We could use water and electricity to charge our phones. We recommmend this place !

Llaimadomo -38.83257, -71.68929

Many place to park a campervan or bigger. Nice view. Really quiet. Windy.....but that's Patagonia :)

Punta Loyolas -51.63118, -68.96633

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