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You can camp along this dirtroad (easy drive) in the middle of the countryside. There are several places where you can park along the road. Almost no one passing, very quiet, beautiful.
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Was really good (quiet & nice view) until two policemen came around 7pm (it was already night) to ask us to move from our spot (somewhere near the gravel road on the hill) and camp across the paved road. Supposedly, neighbors were « sensitive to bad people coming around » and « it was better for our safety ». It doesn’t change much, but we spent the night closer to the road.Report Check-In
Still a very good overnight spot. Very quiet, only few cars passed in the evening.Report Check-In
Very nice quiet spot anf not visible from the road! The best one between Potosí and Sucre! Sadly we had to leave because of a bad thunderstorm - may the next ones enjoy it! :-)Report Check-In
Great spot on our way to Sucre from Tupiza, very calm, perfect with our roof tent. No worries to drive through without 4x4.Report Check-In
Good overnight spot- nothing special. We felt quite exposed with our rooftop tent here, but no cars came past in the night.Report Check-In
Good places for a night. We parked closer to the asphalt road, at the beginning of the dirt road leading to this entry. Almost no traffic during the night.Report Check-In