Nueva Alianza | Informal Campsite

Mexico

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over 1 year ago
Altitude:
108.6 masl
Contributor:
tangletown4.com

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Check the new comments for the latest prices... depend of the season and the price of gas.
Stayed here on low, rainy season (mid October). Camping is in the hotel parking lot. Nice people. They charged us $800 for the tour to Yaxchilan and camping for two adults, two kids. Normally camping is $50pp and $950 for the tour. Clean bathrooms, showers, restaurant, WiFi.

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Eco center with campground . Bathrooms , restaurant. There are Also cabins. Nice quiet place neat the embarcadero to Bonanpak ruina.

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Got flooded from the river a week ago. At the moment no operation. Repairs ongoing.

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Recently re-opened after the pandemic. Negotiated directly with a boatman for 1200 pesos ride to the ruins. Camped in the parking lot of Nueva Allianza for 200 pesos - Escudo Jaguar was totally shutdown - because wife wanted showers, but boatman said we could easily and safely camp in the main square for free.
Also paid 30 pp to enter the town.
Update: Showers were cold! We didn't care because it was hot and humid, but good to note.

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Just a parking lot. Wifi is really spotty. The Restaurant is OK. I think, Jaguar is the better option. But Yaxchilán is a must-see!!!!

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We shopped around town at the river palapa, Escudo Jaguar, and Nueva Alianza and 900 was the lowest offered for 2 people so we ended up selecting Nueva Alianza for the lancha (boat) ride only (will try the free parking lot by the river to park in tonight as we do not require any services). We asked if anyone else was also going to share a boat with and they told us no (although we did see other foreigners walking around....)
Additional fee 70 pesos per person for entrance to the site itself.
Additional fee of 30 pesos per person just to enter the village area.
Better be worth it! 😉

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Stayed 1 night. 1200 pesos for two adults with a pickup camper no electricity but incl. the boat ride to the ruins. Hot showers.

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Ended up in this town as it’s the only place with gasoline between Benemerito and Palenque, and we ran out.. we couldnt have been more lucky! We went to the ruins and they were absolutely amaaazing! See for yourself, and take at least 2,5 hrs to be able to see all.
Paid 850 for 4 people boatride to the ruins, no guide. Bring mosquito repellent!

We paid 150p for camping for 2 plus internet.

I needed some cash and they gave me 200 pesos which i paid for with creditcard. It’s one of the two/three hotels where you can pay with creditcard, but they take an extra 5% commission for using it.. and 20% if you need extra cash. So better bring cash and pay with that!

The setting of the hotel is cool, but the restaurant is bland and toilets have no seat. Hot showers!:)

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We didn't use them for the tour, but came and paid 20pesos and used the internet for an hour - quite good.
I overheard an conversation with a small Mexican group of four, they had them pay 2000 for the boat - and they paid. So they might try it on you. We got it for 900 in Escudo.

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We made the lancha with this company to go to see the ruins.
They first asked for 1200$MXN for 2 people (which is the official price) but we said that their competitor Jaguar offers us the same for 800$MXN.
They they said it was ok for this price + we asked to camp with our camper in the parking.
There are toilets and showers. You need to ask to have hot water but it doesn't seem to work because we had cold water.
The excursion to see the ruins is really nice. You can also see monkeys on the site. Not crowded at all when we went !

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Stay in the parking lot for one night before visiting this magnificent ruins.
We paid 1100$mex after negotiating for 10 peoples, 1 lancha and 2 motorhomes.
Shower, toilets, internet...

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we paid 1000 pesos the tour for 4 adults (3 children more but they dont pay). we can park in the private parking and they want 50 p par p for internet ... we make without nobody at the official embarcadero so we dont know the price.
for jaguar escudo was the same price.
you have to buy your entrance ticket first 70 p for adult only
the first price for the 2 compagnies was 1600 for nueva y 1400 for jaguar for a boat from 1 to 4 adults

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Parked in the lot outside reception lobby. They asked 1200p for two people for a night’s dry camping plus the boat ride to the ruins, but immediately came down to 1000 when we started to haggle. However, when we tried to pay with a credit card, they wanted to add 16% above the cash price, non-negotiable. Clean flush toilets, shower, and the boat ride and the ruins are a treat. WiFi (in lobby only) kept dropping every few minutes. Bring insect repellant: you’ll need it.

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Great place. They started by telling us the tour was 1200 pesos, but after a few minutes went down to 800 pesos. You still have to buy your tickets 70 per person for the ruins. We parked on the parking lot for 100 pesos and used great shower and the bathroom, they have us the WiFi password for free, usable in the lobby. Overall great place! And the ruins are just stunning, the little boat ride makes the day magical!

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Parked next to lobby. Paid 150p with extension cord for power. very quiet. food at restaurant was good. Ended up staying a few days so we could see Yaxchilan and Bomanpak as well as get some stuff done on our rig. Not busy at all but super hot. Wi-Fi in reception both good and bad; not consistent.

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Camping is in the parking lot which is very exposed, no shade. They told us it would be 200 pesos for camping but we were able to negotiate 150, also no discount on the lancha. We didn't check Escudo Jaguar, but wish we had, or maybe even try to free camp at the boat launch parking lot. Yaxchilan first thing in the morning (we departed around 7:30) was phenomenal and our lanchador was great. We got eaten by nasty bugs waiting to buy our ruins tickets at the taquilla in the morning, other than that the bugs weren't bad for us.

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Camping in the parking lot....next to the open lobby....sounds bad..but isn't !!!. great showers...friendly Staff...the real tropic garden with ape's roaring around...real cooool.... roof top over the lobby with hammocks....ok the price raised up: we tried to get a discount...but no chanche...paid 150 peso for camping two people...950 for the lanchatour....

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ecolodge offering camping on hotel parking lot. Good restrooms and showers, wifi. Nice. Trip to ruins+camping 900 pesetas for 2. Nicer than neighboring Escudo Jaguar.

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Stayed here on low, rainy season (mid October). Camping is in the hotel parking lot. Nice people. They charged us $800 for the tour to Yaxchilan and camping for two adults, two kids. Normally camping is $50pp and $950 for the tour. Clean bathrooms, showers, restaurant, WiFi.

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