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Grassy spot at seafront behind a palappa, no neighbours. Stayed there one night. Tents could be set up, but maybe get wet from the sea if it is windy.
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iOverlander is amazing: how else would we have found a deserted palapa at the end of a dead-end unpaved track, right at the ocean in under 5 minutes?
After a rainy winter's day, the track(s) to the palapa are inundated and muddy. We opted to camp nearer to the 'road' (and be visible), where we spent the night without a single disturbance.Report Check-In
Came here after finding the Caribbean Village campground was closed. Pitched our tent under the palapa. Had no visitors on a Monday night. We were on bicycles and had to ride down a side road to the shore, past two houses with angry (but fenced in) dogs. No problems. Lots of mosquitoes though.Report Check-In
Nice quiet spot. Police came at 5pm to ask us if everything was alright. We asked if we could sleep there , they answered yes at our own risk, but they said it was safe normally. Someone put some poles on the entrance way, we slept in front of them, 60m from the palapa.Report Check-In
it's a great spot. it was raining the day so it was a little muddy. but we made it with 2wd. there's some gras to pitch tents.
we were not in the water because it's not clear.
nobody came and bothered us.
the palapa Is pretty big.
convenient and quiet spot near the ocean, just after the border. water is very mucky, we didn't swim, even if we saw fishermen and kids in the water.
an abandonated palapa is here.Report Check-In
Très calme,sur le chemin en cas de pluie, c’est une impasse ,ok pour tout véhiculeReport Check-In
Gets muddy in the rainy season, but still decent spot to sleep. There are some fancy houses around, but we didn't meet anybody. Lots of mosquitoes from the mangroves, parrots flying over in the morning, quiet. No amenities, just the palapa.Report Check-In
Grrreat spot! Level, right by the sea, breezy, little salt spray, quiet, no shade, palapa has been fixed, no one bothered, felt safe. Stayed two nights. Highly recommended. Free.Report Check-In