Playa Roja Reserva National de Paracas | Established Campground

Peru

Details

Verified:
29 days ago
Altitude:
26.3 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
norbertontour.com

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
No
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Entrance 10 Soles per person. Parking lot nearby the rangers house, close to the coastline. Toilet available, but no shower and water.

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Upon arrival at the NP gate, there was nobody in sight. We waited a few minutes and were passed by several cars and trucks which entered without stopping. So we followed and drove to Playa Roja. Nobody there either, Ranger station and facilities closed. We spent a quiet night and left the next day without any problems. Seems in winter everything is deserted and free.

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Not possible to camp inside the park any more

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stayed one night in a car. all quiet and good. Just in the morning many tours will stop by

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It was called Lagunillas. The place was OK because next to the rangers’ office, so very secure. We parked behind the building because it was sooooo windy. However, the place is not interesting, it does not worse it!

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We were here and was quiet and safe. No facilities.

*We were going to spend the night in Mirador Suplay until the ranger came to tell us that it was not a safe area. Then we came here

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Nice place, we were there with another Combi. Can be windy but wasn't a problem for us.
The toilets are closed but the rangers let us use theirs.
We asked at the entrance and they said it was the safest place to camp.

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Great spot right on the beach. Wind wasn't too bad. No extra costs after entering the park (10 soles). Toilets are still closed but ranger let me use their toilet.

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Great but windy location at viewpoint over the water. This place was indicated by the park entry staff as campsite. Major reconstructions in the entire park were going on at the time of our visit. By consequence no toilets were available. This is expected to change shortly. No fee in addition to the park entry fee.

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The whole park currently is a construction site. They are building a completely new road, many visitor facilities, and overlooks. There is construction and associated activities (trucks, machinery, etc) every where. Access to some sites is closed or restricted. Until this construction is completed, this is not a good time to visit. Take a look around first before you pay for camping.

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Dusty and majorly windy. We didn't stay after lunch by beach went to lagoon next to bamboo lodge where there are more birds incl Flamingos and not as windy..

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We tucked in beside the ranger station as it was quite windy. Pit toilet available nearby. We just paid the entrance fee, no charge for camping.

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we stayed here 3 nights, close to the ranger station. During the day we drove to many other beaches and big dunehills,but for security reasons we came always back to this place.

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Campsite next to rangers house (not as windy as the other two beach spots). Pit toilets. Ranger offered to use his private shower.

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No amenities but a great view of the water and the dunes and the whole lovely scene. We only stayed here but heard great things about other places in the park. One port-a-potty available.

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Parking lot nearby the rangers house, close to the coastline. Toilet available, but no shower and water.

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Nice and quiet place at beautiful beach. Toilets available at the ranger's house. 10 PEN for park entrance plus 10 PEN for camping for three nights.

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10 soles per person. Bathroom. Nice beach.

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Entrance 10 Soles each. Very, very, very nice to stay there, but windy. Toilets available in the park rangers house.

Price:free

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Camping in Lagunillas right next to the Playa Roja. Quiet at night, but very windy. Toilet in the Visitor Center or - better - in the museum near the entrance.

Boat trip from Paracas to the Islas Ballestas. Great trip to the seals, penguins, seabirds and the desert painting "Candelabra"! Duration: two hours. Since all tours are made with the same type of boat you can take the best offer (35 Soles / person + 5 Soles park admission + 1 Sol administration fee. Caution: The street vendors take up to 70 Soles for the identical tour. Best to visit one of the many tour agencies in the city.) Best to sit on the left side in the boat.

(Admission is 10 soles / person and allows camping for three consecutive days. We stayed two days in the park.)

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