Camp Titicaca | Established Campground

Peru

Details

Verified:
over 2 years ago
Altitude:
3831.5 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
anoukjonker

Amenities

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

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Description

Simple camping right at the edge of the lake. Big rigs can enter from the beach side since the front entrance has two tight gates. There are toilets but didn't see showers. There also seem to be rooms available but we arrived late and left early so didn't really explore. Camping for 2 ppl 1 car is 20sol.

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Nice and friendly people. Amazing view. You can start a tour from here (we didn’t do it due to bad weather). Basic toilet. Paid 25 S for two in a camper.

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Nice family running this place. We paid 20 soles for the night to sleep in our camper. No Wi-Fi. Nice beach and nice view. Trucha frita with arroz and potatoes. Cold shower. We spend a quiet and safe night.

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You can camp around for free. Toilets and shower are available, but in a misserablem condition. The beach is very nice, the local mountain too. The boats to the island leave directly here. I gave a tip.

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Nice campspot and beach. Friendly owners. 20 Soles per car. No height limit. Perfect roads, almost everything paved. Good hiking to the island. Great views.

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Hello
Really great place to put your motorhome in front of the beach.
You can park your vehicle here for 5 sols and they have a look on it and visit the isle Amantani (very nice).
No problem for big rig acces on this place (road and camping).
We have visit the isle and sleep here for 10 sols for our motorhome.
If you want to visit the isle you can get the boat before 08.30 AM and you come back around 02.00 PM from the isle.
The price of the boat was between 50 and 70 sols for a family of 5.
You have the time to see the hills pachamama and pachatata and eat to the restaurant if you like walking.
In the morning we was alone only with nice local people on the boat and the isle.
The camping place is clean and you have water to refill your thank, toilets and cold shower(not realy clean), but the beach is dirty like everywhere on this lake....!
We stay 2 days ans enjoy this place.

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20/s a night. We were trying for the restaurant just over, or the wild camp but both were blocked off (1 by a breakdown and 1 by construction).

The location itself is beautiful, but facilities poor. Toilet was dirty, didn't appear to have working showers. But there was a lovely black dog who kept us company. Pretty loud at night with barking though.

Warning!!! While walking along the beach we were attacked by 2 angry dogs. They were inches away from biting us, and were snarling and snapping at us and followed us for ages. They only left us alone after we screamed for help when they kept getting closer and a local came to our rescue.

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Simple camping right at the edge of the lake. Big rigs can enter from the beach side since the front entrance has two tight gates. There are toilets but didn't see showers. There also seem to be rooms available but we arrived late and left early so didn't really explore. Camping for 2 ppl 1 car is 20sol.

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