michelle.georgilas Check-Ins

Date Place Comment
April 21st, 2017 Near Monument Valley - State road 419

Heading north about 5-10 minutes past the Monument Valley entrance. On left side you'll see a sign for a church and campground, on a paved road. You'll see a fork, go either left or right. Both roads have options for dry camping. Please note we had a travel trailer and went left to the second dirt pullout with no problems. The road gets a bit of traffic but is a good option for those who don't want to pay for an extremely overpriced RV hookup next to Monument Valley Park.

February 1st, 2017 El Jardin

We were charged 80 pesos per person to tent camp here and we had two motorcycles, no charge extra for those. If you like the desert environment this is the place! Do not come here expecting lush, tropical landscape with a neverending field of grass. Not as dusty as previously reviewed. There are plenty of large trees to set up underneath for shade/rain protection. Stores, markets, and bars are approximately 5 minutes walk from the campsite. Clean bathrooms.

January 7th, 2017 Gran american hotel

Stayed in the matrimonial for 80 soles. Private garage parking for motorcycles on site. The hotel is old, room was dingy, bed was OK. Wifi didn't work from our room on the third floor so we had to go downstairs to get any reception. Didn't try the polleria downstaris but it smelled good. Pharmacy and grocery store within walking distance. The rave review from above must be for a different hotel.

December 29th, 2016 Lucero Princess

Don't expect working wifi. Small garage to park a few motorcycles. Bare bones accommodations. 16usd for two people, one bed. Nothing extra included (breakfast, coffee.)

December 28th, 2016 Hostal Kundur Chachagui

Secure parking for motorcycles, paid 35,000 for two people to pitch a tent underneath a small awning. Kitchen is decent, there's a pool, kind of loud, not much privacy, nice folks running the place, a bit hard to find, a good option for an overnight stay.

November 14th, 2016 Orchid Place Inn

Comfortable lodging right off main road. Secure parking for two motorcycles in the hotel parking lot behind a locked gate. Paid 77 Belize dollars for one bed, two people. Walking distance to lots of Chinese restaurants! Clean bathroom, nice room.

November 8th, 2016 Carribean Restaurant Las Palmas

Arrived on motorcycles. Paid 125 pesos per person to set up our tent. Small lot on the beach, white sand, shaded, new, clean bathrooms with toilet paper and a restaurant on site (closes at 6:30pm.) Walking distance to ruins and plenty of options for eating and drinking. Nice, friendly management. Cold showers, no wifi on site but you can walk to the other restaurants to access wifi.

November 5th, 2016 Cascadas Agua Azul

We arrived hoping to tent camp, however it is rainy season and Agua Azul camping was a muddy mess. No privacy, all camp spotswide open to public view. We opted to get a cabana, which are overpriced. After negotiation we paid 225 pesos for a room that smelled horribly of sewage. Also, the waterfalls were more brown due to rainfall so best to plan your trip when it's not rainy season.

November 2nd, 2016 Hotel Palmas

Charged 300mx for two people, one bed. Secure parking lot with restaurant across the street and taco shop next door. Decent room, comfortable bed.

November 1st, 2016 Benito Juarez Lake

Please note, this is wild camping in full view of everyone, and there are no amenities at this location. Beautiful beach. Probably excellent camping if you are in a truck, car, etc., but we arrived on two motorcycles and didn't feel safe setting up a tent here.

October 30th, 2016 Trailer Park Las Americas

Nice open grassy area, charged 150mx for two people for tent camping. Clean bathrooms. Very convenient, walking distance to the San Diego Mall (banks, food, clothing stores).

October 29th, 2016 San Juan del Lago

called number listed and no answer. gate locked.


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