Camping Cispata | Established Campground

Colombia

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Verified:
8 months ago
Altitude:
6.1 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Friendly staff, a lot of space, near the water and restaurants. Camping under trees. Electricity, WiFi and a freezer (no fridge) provided. Big rigs will fit easily.

Next village is famous for burro festival (donkey festival) during Easter. COP 20000 for 2 of us and a tent in high season.

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Excellent camping, we stayed three nights! Beth is a sweet person and the team is super friendly, Rafael welcomed us very well. We stayed the first night under the trees near the bathrooms but it's very hot there, there's no wind, then we moved closer to the shed and it was much better. We love the entire structure! Sunscreen and repellent are essential here 😃 I highly recommend it! no signal Movistar, Claro it's ok.

Excelente camping, ficamos três noites! Beth é um amor de pessoa e a equipe é super simpática, seu Rafael nos recebeu muito bem. Ficamos a primeira noite embaixo das árvores perto dos banheiros mas ali faz muito calor, não tem vento, depois mudamos para perto do galpão e foi bem melhor. Adoramos toda a estrutura! Protetor solar e repelente são indispensáveis aqui 😃 super recomendo! Ah Claro funciona bem mas Movistar não tem sinal.

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We had a great day at this camping. Betti is a very kind person, and welcomed us very well. Good internet near the restaurant, so we parked nearby and were able to use Wi-Fi. Clean bathrooms, and cold shower - which in the heat it makes here is no problem. Still 30000 for two people. Super recommend :)
PS: 5 am the roosters and chickens start a shout, which lasts until about 6 am. If you don't want to wake up with the singing, try to stay at the back of the camping, away from the chicken coop.
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Tivemos um ótimo dia nesse camping. A Betti é uma pessoa muito querida, e nos recebeu muito bem. Boa internet próximo ao restaurante, então estacionamos perto e pudemos usar tranquilamente o Wi-Fi. Banheiros limpos, e chuveiro frio - o que no calor que faz aqui, não é nenhum problema. Ainda 30000 para duas pessoas. Super recomendamos :)
Ps: 5 da manhã os galos e galinhas começam uma gritaria, que dura até umas 6 da manhã. se não quiser ser acordado com a gritaria, tente ficar no fundo do camping, longe do galinheiro.

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Betti is a really nice woman and a welcoming host for all guests. A really nice place to stay, but not directly on the beach. You can walk to the Playa Blanca.
It's 30'000COP (2persons, a dog, toyota landcruiser).
Pool isn't filled up actually but you won't need it. The sea is nearby and the vibe of the place is just so nice.
The toilet&shower house is super clean and Betti always looks you are fine. Enjoy!

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30k per night for 2 person and 1 cat. Cold shower and toilet, you can also fill up the water for free, wifi is working next to the restaurant. If you are higher then 2.8 watch out for the hanging cable next to the restaurant. Pet friendly and the owner is very friendly.

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istayed in a room for 50k air tv .quiet nice

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We stayed for three nights with a family of five. Lots of space and shade under coconut trees. The bathrooms are big and clean and the shower great. The beach is a ten minutes walk and very nice. Small local shop nearby Betty and her crew are great. 30 COP starting fee (half day) and than 60 COP per night. .

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+ nice pool
+ big camping area

- not really a beach nearby and not good for swimming

Only camped here to go to the island Mucura by boat the next day. 45min to Tolu. You can park your rig at the main road at the beach and pay someone 5000COP to guard your car if you leave for a day trip to the islands...

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Nice place, friendly staff, clean bathrooms.
Electricity strong enough to run AC on.
No dump available.
Worth the money

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nice campground, very friendly people. Wifi was almost not working. super tiny biting bugs here - incredible that nature created such bugs! paid 30.000 for two per night.

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Simple and clean campsite. We asked to use the washing machine but we're refused. The staff were busy all day doing the laundry from the cabanas and tents on site.
Toilet block was spotless with staff cleaning many times a day.
This is high season and the site was very busy with tents.
Pool was small but a welcome break from the heat.

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I dont agree with our swiss friends above. we dont feel that the place is run down. the toilets and showers are clean und new! there is even toilet paper and soap. you can sit under a roof with chairs, tabels and light. the owner is very friendly. The price now is the usual 30.000 for a van and two people.

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To be honest, we expected a little bit more after reading the reviews. The place is rundown, the toilets/showers are dirty. The swimming pool has no water. We didn't feel comfortable, so we didn't stay.

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can confirm all the comments, really nice place, stayed two nights and they organised for us a trip to the Islas Bernando too. let us camp under the roof of the common area as we were the only guests camping. she even provided us a mattress and cussions. 20000 for the two of us in a tent. she is also a good cook. decent prices in the restaurant; if you ask nicely she'll even let you use her kitchen. beware of the dropping mangos.

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Nice place!! Staff is nice!

Park under the trees for shade (trust me the weather is like hell here).
Showers are “cold” (even the water that comes out the plum is a little hot because of the weather haha).
Safe place, quiet and relaxing. Wifi doesnt work in campground and in the restaurant was very slow, so you can use your time to read a book or play with the dogs :)

110V, restaurant with breakfast and lunch, good for big rigs

25.000 COP for 2 people and a car (rooftop tent)

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Bathrooms:
Clean, toiletpaper, cold showers (not cold enough in this heat)

Camping:
Underneath trees. Flat area.
Place under roof with ventilation very helpful.

Restaurant:
Didn't try it but we bought cold drinks there.

Wifi:
Did use my claro 3G, wifi only in reception area

Electricity:
110V

Beach nearby, good restaurant nearby.

Noises:

Chickens(!!!) and dogs start terror at 4 but stop at 5:30h... assholes.

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Endroit charmant pour s'habituer à la chaleur des Caraïbes car très ombragé. Betty la patronne est adorable et très joyeuse, on se sent très vite à l'aise. excellente wifi pour 25000 cop par nuit. La piscine actuellement ne fonctionne pas. Il y a une machine à laver pour faire la lessive. douches et toilettes très propres. karaxama😎

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Excelente, la Sra Betty muy amable. Tiene Wi-Fi,baños,duchas,gran estacionamiento, restaurant, piscina, zona de camping, cabañas, electricidad. muy bueno y por 25.000 cop día.

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Place is as good as described. We paid 25,000 for two persons and our van. Electricity, wifi, freezer and access to the washing machine/dryer were included.
The staff is super friendly.
Nearby is the playa blanca beach which is pretty nice.

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Yeah Betty the owner has that real Colombian friendliness. The place is big for all types of vehicles. Off the top of my head there was no restriction on height. Don't quote me, I'm a biker. Lots of room to site your tent. Bathrooms were very clean, cold showers and toilet paper provided! Five minute walk to the coast where there's a couple of nice restaurants. The rest of the staff there were friendly and want to chat. Pool tables, a restaurant on site which does a good breakfast, a bar with a tv if you're bored. Wi-Fi was ok. Electricity points located around the site to charge your devices. Be careful where you site your tent. The mangos were dropping when I was there, and also, the worst storm I've ever camped in hit and the area flooded. Get up on the raised concrete areas if you can. Good place. 10000 for me and my tent.

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Betty is super friendly. Showers and bathroom are incredibly clean. The mangos are starting to drop so be careful where you park. There is a pool and they offer electricity. We ate at the restaurant and would recommend the arroz con coco.

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Yes everything everyone else has said. Its a very nice place and Betty and staff are really cool.

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Beautiful, very well maintained campground under high, shady trees. COP 20,000 (2 adults, camper). Swimming pool, 110V, large covered area, slow internet at the restaurant. Nice walk to turtle and Cayman breeding center and to the beach with mangrove forest (about 5 km round trip in total). The sand flies were a pain in the neck.

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Perfect! The trees provide all-day shade. There is a white vertical freezer in the restaurant area you can use (no fridge). Lots of friendly animals roaming about (I loved the chicken nesting in the stack of chairs!). Good clean facilities... You know you are onto a good thing when toilet paper is provided... And the toilet has a seat! Lol. 25k per night, for two people and our 4runner.

To get to Playa Blanca (on foot, no vehicle access), walk to the end of the road where the waterside restaurants are, turn right into the resort and about halfway along the line of cabanas there is a small floating raft. Pull yourself across the canal and you land on the beach. Gorgeous! You can also walk over via the marina, if you can find the right lane way (it isn't well marked).

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12.500 per person. Nice place. The place was at that time invested with Sandflies / NoSeeUms !!!!

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Two days before Christmas we almost had the place to ourselves. Super clean toilets and showers. Great camping in the shade of the huge tree.
Ask for directions to the beautiful beach (10 mins on foot), go at sunrise.

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Betty is very friendly. Flat spot under the (not palm) tree. 20k COP pn.

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perfect place, everthing a camper need.

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Got there in late afternoon, price was 20000 p/p. Campingarea was blocked by a large group of 100 people, still were able to shower etc. Restaurant has decent prices, good for some nights.

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very good place to stay
Betty is super nice rigs higher than 3,50 m might have a problem with the power line in the middle of the area and have to stay in the part closer to the bar/Street
20000 per night
wifi was ok

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Like anyone said before: wow, real good 'campground"... totally clean showerhouse....nice palmhouse with hammocks...
friendly people...20.000 Pesos 2 people...
top place to stay...and yes there are mosqitos....and frog concert in the night!

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Good place, clean facilities, 10,000 pesos per person per night. Very quiet property with small restaurant, I was the only person there for the weekend. Tables and benches under roofs so no need to worry about rain. Small bugs that bite but they have mangos, and who doesn't love mangos?

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20.000 COP for two persons and one car. beautiful campsite! nice and clean bathrooms, outside-sink for laundry or dishes. lots of space for camping, under the trees in the shade.. wifi just at the "restaurant", if it's open. friendly owner. short walk to the nice beach. :) many mosquitos when we were there..

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Really nice place, a lot of space, clean bathrooms and showers, friendly staff, swimming pool, restaurant, mango trees full of mangos, tables and benches for using outside, under the roof. One of the best camping we ever stayed at. We stayed there during the Semana Santa and even then it wasn't too busy or more expensive (20 000 Cop for two people and a van). There were some music in the evenings, but only until midnight, so it doesn't bother us too much. The only problem - small bugs, that bite like mosquitos, so be aware.

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Friendly staff, a lot of space, near the water and restaurants. Next village is famous for burro festival (donkey festival) in Easter. 20000 cop for 2 of us and a tent in high season

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