No access anymore due to the work done to pave hwy 123
|Riverside. Hwy 123
Not far from the main road but enough to sleep without noise. Small place in the middle of the trees to park for a night. A guy came the next morning and just said “bem-vindos”.
|No name wild camping
Bridge is fixed. Saw a at least 10 ton truck fully loaded pass.
Route 66 west of here officially closed to through traffic due to washaways. Still passable for two wheelers though.
I saw other 4x4 vehicles on the road but one bridge and its graded bypass have been completely destroyed.
|ROUTE 66 CLOSED WEST OF HERE
Beautiful beach with lots of campsites and garbage cans. soft sand near the point and in most of the sites. Quiet at night and a little windy.
no nos gustó para nada el camping tenemos un motorhome somos viajeros, nos cobraron 10000 $ por nada, los baños sucios llenos de agua y con los cables pelados, baños viejos y descuidados, nos prendieron un termo para poder bañarnos, o sea que durante el día no hay agua caliente, nos enchufamos a la luz eléctrica y cuando nos dimos cuenta la había cortado, te cobran el paisaje, que obvio no es de ellos, no lo recomendamos para nada
|Camping El Biguá
As so many before us, we came for 2-3 nights and stayed a whole week. Laya and Walter are very hospitable and great hosts. Their place is beautiful with all the trees,
It was hot, when we arrived and therefore the beautiful indoor swimming pool with a temperature of 25-27 degrees was exactly what we needed. The shower (cold/warm) and a toilet are in the pool area as well.
You can connect to electricity with s long cable. Laya and Walter have a few (long) cables to lend or extend yours.
Laya did some washing for me as well. I paid 25 BOB per load.
Since you‘ll be staying on private property and the sites are limited make sure to contact Laya upfront for availability and agree on arrival time.
Nous avons passé 2 nuits dans ce petit camping au cœur de la ville.
|Trailer Park Teotihuacan
Good spot next to the river. We stayed here for one night and nobody bothered us. The only thing was that at 1am people came to get the cows out of the area (weird but they didn't bother us). 3G Entel connection.
|By the river
Quiet and safe place, we spent 3 days here. The locals are super friendly. It is possible to find a bathroom and shower in nearby restaurants. There is a refreshing breeze all the time.
Local tranquilo e seguro, passamos 3 dias aqui. Os moradores locais são super cordiais. É possível conseguir banheiro e ducha nos restaurantes próximo. Bate uma refrescante briza o tempo todo.
|Beach side kite surf spot
This place had the tires we needed for our van in stock (called ahead to check) and fit them right away for us with balancing and alignment. Good fast work, and good prices, recommended!
|(Motorbike) Tires San Jorge
|Co-op Gas station
i paid 50.000 cop by myself for a big room with two big beds and private bathroom.
|Hostal Calle del Rosario
Stayed the night with another camper and truck. Super quiet night and very leveled.
|Hollywood Casino Charles Town
A work in progress campo as it was mostly for tenters to start but the ~10 RV spots for dry camping are available now (will only fit class B or smaller, not big rigs) and so is the dump station!
The communal kitchen and shared table area is great for getting to know other campers, chatting with Sergio about all the plants on the property and their health benefits, getting some work done or just hanging with the 5-6 campo dogs. Sergio generously gave us fresh hibiscus flowers, damia (?) leaves and santa leaves from his trees to brew jamaica and other teas.
2 shower stalls when we went, but the second set of shower stalls by the RV spots was almost completed. We took cold showers because it was hot, but if you ask Sergio to turn on the hot water you can get hot shower.
100 pesos just for dumping
|Rancho El Clandestino
50.000 guaranís per person for overnight. Not sure about the price for just parking during the day. There are toilets and showers (cold), they are not very clean but still good.
|Cerro Tres Kandu Trailhead & Camping
Hot springs weren't accessible when I visited; the road was gated and I was turned back by a local who said it was too cold this time of year and that it was ideal to visit in August.
Very clean hotel, extremely friendly people. They also have a restaurant and organise tours to the ATM caves. Close to downtown. Paid 109 belize dollars for a night. Breakfast available. Small parking for two motorcycles.
The first 50km or so of the CU-1889 west from Santo Tomas is in poor condition at the time of writing. On my small dual sport motorcycle I averaged around 20km/h, and there were sections that felt sketchy to ride alone given the remoteness. Competent motorcyclists and good 4wd rigs should be fine, but I think 2wd is pretty questionable here.
Good spot for one night, well hidden from the street and no one around. We had no giraffes or elephants visiting us but 3 hippos came to eat next to our car at 9pm.
The sandy riverbed was completely dry the end of november. Easy crossing with 4x4.
Dry sandy riverbed at the end of november, very easy to cross.
Nice and big camping place in zaragoza. Powerful showers! About 30€ for one person, a car and two nights
|Camping Ciudad de Zaragoza
Very nice place to relax at the Gambian riverside.
|Assan and Renata's Private Paradise
Quiet spot to sleep overnight. We arrived around 9pm and left at 8am. Saw another van parked. They do have area for RV parking but they had a bunch of pontoons parked there. So we parked furthest away from front door and close to street across from roller coaster amusement park.
|Cabelas, Fort Mill
From mid December on they won’t accept any more motorhomes, they only will do tents. Warm showers and clean bathrooms. Shade. $35pp and if you have motorhome that uses electric for AC they charge $20 more.
Lovely place to relax. Very nice infinity pool and restaurant serves good food on reasonable prices. Campsite is still a bit “work in progress”, but ablutions are very nice and clean. Camping was still 10.000mkw//pppn. Friendly staff. Would go back.
|Zua Safari Lodge
Nice spot, you’re right. The beer was great.
|Little mud Salar
We went to have a look. Campsite was more like a construction area besides the pool and restaurant, “ablutions” would have been the toilet and shower in the restaurant, and the price was 28.000mkw (!)/pppn. We didn’t stay. Went back to Zua Safari Lodge instead. Do the same!
very easy process for express Visa. the man is friendly and even filled out the forms for us. one of the easiest visas in West/Central Africa at the moment
opening times: 9am -2.30pm