Sud Lipez, Laguna Honda | Wild Camping

Bolivia

Details

Last Visited: over 3 years ago
GPS: -21.62073, -68.06300
Altitude: 4127.0 masl
Place Website: www.landcruisingadventure.com/a-world-of-colored-lakes/

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: Natural Source
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

Another awesome rough camp, between the flamingos.

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All we can say is wow! flamingoes on three sides and mountains around the outside. Con: it's cold!!!

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Really nice spot to stay overnight. Lagoon still freezing at night! Flamencos are so cute.

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Lot of wind in the afternoon, but it calms down at 9 pm. The view is fantastic. The lake was frozen in the morning (-4 degrees celsius). It was a show to watch the flamingos waiting for the sun in the ice.

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Really beautiful camp spot on the peninsula of Laguna Honda. Moderate wind started around 1pm and died down at 10pm.

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Awesome place to spend the night! -6°C but Laguna Honda did not freeze entirely. Wind stopped at 10pm.

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World class camping spot on a peninsula into the center of Laguna Honda surrounded by flamingos. Windy enough that we had to close our roof too tent during the afternoon for fear of damage, but it does down starting at sunset.

Also, you feel a bit "on display" to all the tour groups that come through and stop at a vista above the lake but they mostly come in a few big packs and then you have the whole landscape to yourself the rest of the time.

-Adam and Maggie of the Let's Not Panic podcast

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Sitting on a small 'island' in the middle of the lake. The lake froze for us too and the flamingos sang quietly during the night as they huddled together for warmth. The words 'Spectacular wildcamp' doesn't do it justice.

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Quite a windy spot but hard to beat the spectacular views surrounded by flamingos. The wind was very intense until around 9pm and then stopped completely. It was cold enough that the lake froze overnight. We loved watching flamingos huddled together in the morning waiting for ice to melt.

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Another awesome rough camp, between the flamingos.

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