Good location to visit Las Pozas and Xilitla from. 50 pesos pp per night. Bathroom facilities leave something to be desired. If you come from the North (MEX85 and then briefly MEX120) the last kilometer is rough road, but it is doable in a 2WD motorhome (ours is 21ft).

The first night the driveway was full, so the guard let us park in a spot a bit further on the premises, over a hill, next to the road. A weird spot and a bit rough to maneuvre into, but we were glad we did not have to search further (was after dark). We transfered to the driveway (not level, bring leveling blocks!) for the next two nights. A big plus was the grassy area where our dog could play, but check how your dog is with their 4 dogs. One of them was very hostile, so we only let our dog out when they were out of view.

Off note: we met a group of four people tentcamping here: they had the big palapa in the centre to themselves and camped inside it. Seemed practical (no mud, electricity, table, chairs) and very cozy.

Blog: lisa.thyrion

Place: Finca Santa Monica

Visited: January 5th, 2019

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