Cavelands in the Jungle | Established Campground

Mexico

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
37.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Flip Flop Cowboy

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Cabanas, a teepee and a few places to park your rig. Really cool, nicely kept campground in the jungle. More hostel-y vibe than the pervasive spring break resort climate of most places around.

$600 mex (now 300 pppn) Clean bathrooms with an outdoor kitchen and warm showers.

Cool caves and a cenote right on the property.

The owner's name is Don Renzo, a Dutch expat.

Short walk to the village, about 20 minute walk to the beach. Great place to stay and relax. We stayed because it is the only option with dog in this area. Nice quiet place.

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He wanted 600 pesos for two people. We stayed because it is the only option with dog in this area. Nice quiet place.

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He wanted 600 pesos for two people. We stayed because it is the only option with dog in this area. Nice quiet place.

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We stayed 2 nights in this Campground on our CamperVan, was nice and Nicole the howner was really friendly. Gate wa closed but we just hat to wait 5min that they open it. Price is 400pesos for the space with the van, and 200pesos if a person is in a tent,prices went up, with the excuse of "hight season", we were alone.. Nice provate cenote (we didn't swim in it) nice are for yoga or sport practice, bathroom are very clean, shower very good with hot water! It is a bit expensive, but the place is nice, you sleep in the middle of jungle with iguanas!

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They are open, we did not stay as that had a large group here and did not have an open spot. I did not so firm prices

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Very nice place in the jungle! And Rens ' Don Renzo' is a very friendly guy and he has two friendly dogs. There is wifi but you've to sit in the jungle at the entrance. The shower is really hot. There is a small cenote. It is a little bit hard to reach the campspot with our big truck. Rens helps with a lot if you need something. For our dog it was a paradise! Highly recommended!!!

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Nice camping place with hot shower, kitchen, fire place, area to hang out. The cenote is really small but otherwise the place is great to relax or just spend the night.

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Very nice quiet place but had to stay in our Rv because of the many Moskito! Horrible!

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Really nice place. Friendly guy. Nice bathrooms. Plenty of space for a big rig. They're working on building a mossie-free social area (under nets) which is nearly done. Will be great for people without their own inside area - mossies are indeed fierce there in the jungle!! Price 150pesos pppn is reasonable for this part of Mexico.

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Great spot for the night! The property is really interesting, with the small cenote and the cave we stumbled upon right next to our spot. Nice bathrooms, outdoor kitchen. Very pretty property! The mosquitos were awful at dusk and dawn though, and also, we saw a HUGE scorpion walking around our site so beware!

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Just stopped for one night so we can visit Tulum first thing in the morning. Nice spot in the Jungle. 100PP + 25 pesos for electricity. Nice and quiet, great owner. Clean bathroom, cold shower. Centre and caves. A really cool spot, worth the visit. Our 23’ rig 10’9” clearance was fine, some low branches, but no problem.

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Don Renzo was a really great host. We enjoyed the cenote, did our laundry and hung out in the communal space around the caves. Bring mozzie repellent, then you will have loads of fun 🙃

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like the other description. A private cenote (not the best but fun near to the bivouac and some turtle inside). Collective pit fire and outside kitchen. Very nice owner.

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Great spot! All kinds of caverns around the place which they light up at night! Clean bathrooms, electricity available. The dogs are friendly. Just remove the chain. Definitely a breeze from the Tulum area.

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Adding photos. BTW- mosquitoes are present here!

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100pesos per person with water, electric. Clean bathroom/shower. Private cenote. Well lit caves to check out. Palapa, BBQ, fire pit. We fit in (11 ft tall- 8ft wide) with branches touching. But not much space to turn at end, and two rigs filled it up. Dogs okay. No wifi. Good cell signal.

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As described. When we arrived the chains were on the gate like they were closed with several barking dogs at the gate. My husband bravely entered the gates by lifting the chains and went to the reception area. We were able to stay the night 100 peso/person. Nothing extra for electricity. We drove all the way down the dirt roads towards the teepee and cenote as we were told one of the dogs was territorial (we have 2 dogs). We had no issues. Quiet. Bathrooms OK. COld shower. Cenote not swimmable - covered in algae. Place was creepishly empty and quiet. Due to lack of other places to stay in the area with the dogs, we opted to stay.

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Amazing place. Owner is so friendly and has two really nice dogs. The cenote is clean and beautiful. Small and nice cabanas for rent or room to park your rig. $100MXpp/night and $25Mx for electric.

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Such a great spot! We loved it, beautiful, tranquil and relaxed. Owner is awesome. Spot to use gas stove in kitchen area and place to wash dishes. Nice bathrooms and showers. Super cute town nearby, 15 min walk with grocery and a few good restaurants. La palapa was great for us and pizza place was good too. Would def go back!

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This is a great place. Cenote, small caves. Very Dog friendly. only a few spots to park small RVS or vans but also have cabanas, tents and a teepee. nice bathrooms and GREAT birding. owner is great. very laid back place. we really liked it

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Nice camping area amongst landscaped jungle, near caves and a cenote. Also cabanas and tipi available. Clean showers, friendly host, and 100 pesos per person. Nice beach and cenotes close by, we enjoyed our stay here and think it's a great stop between Playa Del Carmen and Tulum.

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Beautifull, quiet campground on busy coast. Camped with our "private" cenote, nice swimming. Limited spots available for smaller (<25ft) rigs. Friendly owner with two friendly dogs. Intent to stay only one night, left after 3 nights. Clean showers and restrooms.

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Cabanas, a teepee and a few places to park your rig. Really cool, nicely kept campground in the jungle. More hostel-y vibe than the pervasive spring break resort climate of most places around.

$100 mex pp/noche. Clean bathrooms with an outdoor kitchen and warm showers.

Cool caves and a cenote right on the property.

The owner's name is Don Renzo, a Dutch expat.

Not tons of spaces for rigs, probably best for smaller (truck camper and under) size outfits.

Short walk to the village, about 20 minute walk to the beach. Great place to stay and relax.

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