Its the journey that matters Check-Ins

Date Place Comment
April 20th, 2015 "La Tortuga" Playa Grande

Free to stay in parking. access to restrooms and showers also electrical. Good restaurant and steps from the beach.

April 18th, 2015 Restaurante Puesta del Sol

Free. We parked in the street outside this restaurant for free. Quiet area, no problems for us. The staff told us that otter overlanders have parked here with no issues either. There is security at restaurant but inside. We had access to bathrooms all night but that might have been an oversight since we were told that they closed at 8:30.

March 12th, 2015 Turista Police Car Park

Ok

February 21st, 2015 Turicentro Auto Mariscos Balenario

Q80/person, Large area with electrical, flush toilets, cold showers and small quick food restaurant. It is a water park so lots of families and kids show up for day to play. Maybe hour to Volcan Pacaya.

February 17th, 2015 Parque Nacional Victoria

Q90/night for two people plus vehicle. Flush toilets. Close to bus lines.

February 17th, 2015 Parqueo Los Tres / Hotel El Portal

Q50/ night Parking lot across from hotel. Large fairly flat area with 24 hour guard on-site. Next to a few restaurants.

February 15th, 2015 Finca El Paraiso

Q50/person beautiful site next to restaurant by river. 10 minute walk to hot springs and waterfall. Along highway with semi's making lots of engine braking noise.

February 14th, 2015 Ixpanpajul Nature Park

q$40/person secure nice bathrooms.

February 7th, 2015 Mana Kai

B$10/person nice bathrooms with flush toilets but cold showers. Very close to town and across street from farmer's market.

January 26th, 2015 Driftwood / Armadillo

Free to park in lane. Free access to bathrooms at Driftwood if you eat at restaurant. Denise is owner and very sweet. Access to cold showers for B$2. Pizza is awesome and pretty good internet from driftwood can be accessed from lane.

January 26th, 2015 Public parking lot

Free but no services. Lots of restaurants nearby and by beach.

January 23rd, 2015 Jungle Huts

Camp in parking spaces next to restaurant and "huts". Fees include use of restaurant's bathrooms wish flush toilets. Along river with grocery/ produce stands within 1/2 mile.

January 12th, 2015 Bird's Eye View

BZ$20/person. The Green Yellow campgrounds were closed because of too much rain. Verna, one of the family owners at bird's Eye, provided us with a parking spot and access to the hotel's bathrooms.Flush toilets, very clean. We did not ask about a shower. The food at the restaurant was very good. You need to tell them ahead of time if you would like to eat there. We enjoyed the bird watching boat tour with their guides

January 11th, 2015 Victors Inn

B$20 per night. You can park on the property and have electricity via an extension cord into one of the rooms. We had access to a bathroom and shower which is shared with one of the workers. Sonya is the owner and is a friendly no-nonsense woman. She arranged our Lamanai boat tour. The tour operators picked us up and dropped us off. Their gorgeous rooster crows at midnight then again at 3 am and again almost hourly. :-)

January 8th, 2015 Caribbean Village

Belize $20 for camping plus another $10 to dump. Place has nice lawn area for RV's and just across from the sea. There are flush toilets and showers. I'm not sure if there is hot water since we didn't use them.

January 4th, 2015 Yax Ha Resort

M$250 per night based on rig size. Nice bathrooms with flush toilets and showers. Electrical at site and wifi reaches all sites although signal can be a little weak. Best wifi near/at restaurant which is in center on campgrounds. Nice pool on site. Stunning view right on water's edge.

January 4th, 2015 Cocalitos Bacalar

M$70/person to camp. Flush toilets but very rustic set-up. We did not use showers so can't comment on them. The setting is beautiful right on lake. Walking distance to town at just over 1 mile.

January 2nd, 2015 Xpu-Ha Campground Mundo Chalio

M$295 with flush toilets and cold shower. Nearby restaurants and beautiful beach. Many regulars make this part of their annual winter pilgrimage from their frigid northern homes to Mexico.

December 18th, 2014 Piramide Inn

M$150 for mo electricity and flush toilets available with cold showers. Wifi in hotel reception only. Camping is in the parking spaces in front of hotel. There were only a few customers so tons of parking available. We were here low season so unsure of availability during high season. Pretty run-down hotel though.

December 17th, 2014 Rainbow RV Park

M$250 per night. No manager or security from what we saw on site. The bath and showers should have water but it was not working during our stay. No idea if there is wifi since nobody here. The manager sent our bill over with the maintenance staff. The place has electricity and flush toilets. Place is large and lotskfat spaces with plenty of room for large rigs.

December 15th, 2014 Uxmal Parking Lot

M$131 per night. Includes 24 hour access to the bathrooms with flush toilets but no showers. There is a restaurant directly across from lot that serves a good buffet for M$160. There is security around all night.

December 14th, 2014 New Samula Trailer Park

M$100 per night. The location is actually in their front yard. Bathrooms have flush toilets but showers only had cold water. The owners are sweet. It is loud here at night. Their dogs bark at the neighborhood dogs throughout the night. The neighbors play LOUD music all night on weekend. They are very close to bus stop and for M$7 you can get to the Center which is about 3-4 miles away.

December 10th, 2014 Club Nautica

An expensive M$350 per night with hook-up. Clean bathrooms but no hot water although they said there would be. Right on water but camping spots have tony peak of water through trees.

December 8th, 2014 Maya Bell Campground

Prices are M$220 for full hook-up or M$180 without There is a full service restaurant on site and the food is very nice. There are clean flush toilets and hot showers. The Palenque museum is just a few yards down the road. It's a beautiful location. The howler monkeys woke us up during the night but we loved listening to them and falling asleep to their howls.

November 29th, 2014 Rancho San Nicolas

M$90/person Although there are hot showers there is a very limited supply if hot water. We managed only 2 slightly warm showers over our 6 nights here. The internet is spotty. Staff is friendly and bathrooms are clean. The grounds are nice. There are lots of dogs on the property and they bark late into the night and early mornings.


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