Laguna Burlan | Wild Camping

Peru

Details

Verified:
9 months ago
Altitude:
560.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
chikititarey13

Amenities

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

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Description

We paid 1 sol for the entrance to the lagoon, and then we asked for permission to camp. They are very nice. The site has a lot of mud that sticks on shoes and tires.

pagamos 1 sol por el ingreso a la laguna, y luego pedimos permiso para acampar. Son muy amables.
El sitio tiene mucho barro que se pega en los zapatos y las llantas.

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I took a little detour and came up to the lake. 2 soles to get in, about 10-15 minutes off the main road. Dirt road but no issue at all for any car. You can swim in the lake. It’s not the absolute nicest place ever but I think it’s pretty nice and could be a nice place to stay the night.

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Lovely to cool off with a swim in the lake before camping. 2 soles pp to enter the area, one bar playing music and selling beer and another empty and quiet with a nice spot of flat grass to pitch on. Some mozzies about, bring repellant. Pitching our tent inner only for the first time in South America!

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After entering lake entrance gate we took the first dirt entrance to the right. Drove through a second blue gate. Very tall. Asked the man if we could camp here and he said yes for free. There are toilets here but do not flush at this time. Not sure why. We parked next to a little playground and small pool that has no water in it. Looks like a bar operates here sometimes as tables and chairs are set up. Nobody here except us and the care taker living in a building across the parking lot from us. Not sure if camping on weekends would be loud. Might be more options next door and even farther down the road for camping too.

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Nice calm place! They didn't want any money. There were some friendly vigilants before the entrance that guarded the street and the gate closes at night (open from 07 AM-6 PM). All very friendly and we wanted to give something to the vigilantes but they were gone the next morning.

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Nice place for overnight. 2 soles pp. Good views and friendly people

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2 soles ppn to access the lagoon. There is a gate and bathrooms inside that were closed at night. Small shop and boats for rent. Very quiet. Not electricity at all. Easy bumpy dirt road to get there.

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Il a beaucoup plut ces derniers jours, donc vraiment très boueux ! Super calme. Personne a l’entrée, nous n’avons donc rien payé.

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Many mosquitoes in the evening. 2 soles / adults. Do not go there in case of rain or risk getting bogged down. It's clay. Otherwise beautiful spot and quiet.

Beaucoup de moustiques le soir. 2 soles/adultes . Ne pas y aller en cas de pluies au risque de rester enlisé. C est de la glaise. Sinon beau spot et tranquille.

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2 soles / adults .
free for childs ...
There is too
one guy for money in the enter for « seguridad » ;)
At this moment it's closed by the municipality. Ask the guy at the beginning of the rought road.

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un lugar muy tranquillo y hermoso.
los dueños son muy amables.
lugar gratis

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pagamos 1 sol por el ingreso a la laguna, y luego pedimos permiso para acampar. Son muy amables.
El sitio tiene mucho barro que se pega en los zapatos y las llantas.

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