We camped in their camping area but they also have two small houses to rent or hostel beds. There is a communal kitchen and lounge area. They provide any produce from the gardens which during our stay was lemons, limes, onions, and garlic. This was fantastic for tent camping as the property was extremely beautiful and lush. RVs would not fit but small trucks would. It can be a little difficult to find place without GPS but is about 2 km from the main plaza. Hot shower is wood driven (see pictures) and takes about 30-45min to warm up. No wifi. Telcel (2G) coverage available. ~180 per person camping or 210 pesos per person in hostel/hotel room.
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Fit just fine in my land cruiser. 200 mxp including warmish solar shower and use of the kitchen. Enjoyed the grapefruit and passion fruit. Quiet and relaxingReport Check-In
This place is an enigma to me. They have a beautiful garden filled with grapefruit, passion fruit, and lime trees. And they grow their own vegetables, which they give away for free to their guests. It was grapefruit season in November and we picked all the grapefruits we could eat in 3 days.
However, they only have three vehicle parking spots and only one spot for a high roof vehicle. Even that one spot, you will hit a lot of small branches and will need to swerve carefully around to fit in. I wouldn’t try if you were more than 3.3m tall. We are just at 3m.
The other two spots are for sedans or SUVs only. Too many low hanging branches.
Showers are cold and pretty basic. No WiFi. And did not have access to communal kitchen and dining area. But we seemed to be here before peak season in December.
No sockets at sites and lots of trees, so not much chance to get solar power.
Initially wanted 200 pesos/person, but for what you get, it’s quite high. We bargained down to 150p/person. Still high, but the owner of the campsite across the street said his place was closed (possibly due to Covid), so we had no other choice.Report Check-In
No-one around so didnt stay. Looked shut for seadon maybe. Man across the road, Louis, has a small area for small trucks and tents. See separate entry.Report Check-In
Lovely place but only for walk ins or small car. Our truck and camper no way. Darn! Height is limited and there is no level parking. We had to camp down on the river. ZUMBA class started which was perfect after that stressful drive! Note: wood fired showers at this place. Bummer for the environment - air & land.😖Report Check-In
Nice little place. Space for 2 trucks/cars or regular tents. Beautiful garden!Report Check-In
Very expensive, 200 pesos per person!
Vegetable garden and fruits are nice but you can’t eat that many vegetables to get your money back 😁
Warm showers, and kitchen but there was a power outage in the village when we were there.
Hiking options are a bit limited (all along roads), expensive if you want a guide for an overnight hike (2000pesos).
No ATM in town, so be prepared. There is a (super)market to buy stuff but they also had no power for two days, thus I wouldn’t necessarily buy frozen goods there...
As described, beautiful property with all sorts of fruits and veggies to be had. Care takers are great and the owner was oddly quick to respond via email to some questions we had on road conditions. Very helpful. Camping is over priced for what you get but a very popular stop for backpackers. Town and surrounding villages and canyon are amazing. Would have stayed longer if it wasn't $200P per person to camp.Report Check-In
Wow! Ok, 180 pesos is expensive for the night, but this place is an oasis. There is fresh fruit on the vine all around, and upon arrival Thomas (A worker here) gave me some delicious passion fruit. As far as the amenities go, it is kind of rudimentary, but they do have a library... The best part is a walk down to the river right next to camp and seeing the canyon around.Report Check-In
lovely garden and grounds. Maruka is the grounds keeper and host. she will help you with anything you need.
we paid 180.00 pesos per person to camp. a bit expensive, buy you get access to a kitchen, shower and a safe place to stay.
Very nice, quiet and green place to stay in. Ended up staying more than one night and enjoyed the beautiful surroundings. Fresh fruit and vegetables where a great bonus while there. Space is tight but truck and camper or van should have no problems. 140 pesos per person camping, 210 pesos per person in hostel/hotel.Report Check-In
We camped in their camping area but they also have two small houses to rent or hostel beds. There is a communal kitchen and lounge area. They provide any produce from the gardens which during our stay was lemons, limes, onions, and garlic. There is no hot water but if you shower in the afternoon there is some warm water that has been heated by the sun. There wasn’t any wifi when we were there but there is supposed to be internet in town (we never figured it out) but we were able to get a connection for some internet on our phone with TelCel. This was fantastic for tent camping as the property was extremely beautiful and lush. RVs would not fit but small trucks would. It can be a little difficult to find but is about 2 km from the main plaza.Report Check-In