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December 7th, 2018 info Iconpopout

We saw a lot of antilopes and ostriches.

waterhole/fountain -27.482691, 17.881768
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Very good and friendly, good organisation and well equiped. Enjoyed to have Roxana as guide, she takes care of all of us and answers to all questions you may ask..isla pinguino 3000$ very good excursion. should go for.....

Darwin Expediciones -47.750894, -65.919462
December 7th, 2018 ruth.hooiveld Iconpopout

Still 6000 for a tour. Given by a girl that rushed through it and didn't really give us the time to enjoy the paintings and surroundings. Was not worth the money for us!

Convento Monasterio Desierto de la Candelaria 5.519469, -73.604846
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Few places to park around this little lake where animals come to drink. Some water trucks come also to pump the water but didn't bothered us. We just had lunch but I guess it's very quiet at night.

Desert lake 26.836986, 70.723777
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December 7th, 2018 Nicole Guanziroli Iconpopout

Today, 250 for mothorome and 170pesos por person. we didn't stay but for 60 pesos you can use wc, water (potable) and douchas.

Camarones Municipal Campsite -44.800156, -65.708522
December 7th, 2018 Nicole Guanziroli Iconpopout

no water but electricity. perfect for sleep car today was 250 pesos for motorhome and 170 per person at the camping just near the parking. we sleep in the parking and we go to the camping for a shower, wc and potable water. perfect :)

parking lot on waterfront - Camarones -44.800869, -65.706621
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December 7th, 2018 arjan_nz Iconpopout

nice hostel, very new and clean but very small rooms and cheaply built so relatively noisy if other guests are staying, very friendly hosts and got a free breakfast included for 10,000 pesos

Hostel Don Claudio -44.324321, -72.557071
December 7th, 2018 carolinapia Iconpopout

Hay un muchacho (Pablo) que le dicen "Canillita" que cuenta la historia de Arica, muy interesante!!! A voluntad.

Arica, Museo Historico y Armas -18.479459, -70.323640
December 7th, 2018 carolinapia Iconpopout

La mejor pizza de Chile! Truck en la via publica. Local en Caupolican 978

Ape Pizza Capodimonte -18.478293, -70.320613
December 7th, 2018 Sylvain Iconpopout

price changed . 50 USD for double room with breakfast

Hostel Aonikenk -54.803516, -68.309884
December 7th, 2018 gtherreault Iconpopout

After driving for a few hours from Guerrero Negro to Santa Rosalia, we wanted to find a nice place to relax by the beach and found this place. Fairly large RV park with many snowbirds from USA and Canada all very friendly. Spoke to a resident and he said just pick a spot and someone will pass by to collect.

Beachfront $13, 2nd and 3rd rows $10

We chose beachfront with a great view, lots of birds in the area and a nice breeze as it was hot.

There is a restaurant nearby which we did not go to. Bathrooms and showers (Hot) are nice. Water and dump station are available to campers.

Overall great place to spend sometime.

RV Park San Lucas Cove 27.219166, -112.213280
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December 7th, 2018 BigRick Iconpopout

Nice big campground, with lots of amenities, friendly staff and fast WiFi at the lodge.
Beautiful waterfront sites and sites in the woods. Very nice place.

Thousand Trails La Conner 48.405973, -122.553663
December 7th, 2018 gtherreault Iconpopout

As an update to my review yesterday, I filled up the fresh water tank (for showers, dishes and toilet as we never drink this water) but I shouldn’t have. There is green junk coming out of the hose which I did not see except when I filled a water bottle. So be warned, don’t fill up your RV tank.

And make sure you turn to enter when you see the big yellow sign for the RV park as we missed it and our GPS was off

RV Park San Lucas Cove 27.219150, -112.213403
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Awesome spot that should not be missed on a mexican roadtrip. As we found the comments a bit confusing, here a little summary of our experience:
There are basically three major points of interest-the river, the grotta&tunel and the pools. The best base to see all of them in one day and to have plenty of time to relax as well is the camping at the River bed. To get there you must take the left turn at the entrance gate and follow the road All the way down to the river bed. There are plenty of spaces for tent camping and on the far right side also parking and spots to sleep in your car/van. Nobody asked us to pay and we did not know where as well...
From the nice Camp spots in the river bed (perfect to jump into the water directly in front of your rig) you can take a 10min walk to the grotta/tunel and enjoy the beauty of the place (as written before, it is really empty during the week). To the pools you can either walk as well (probably 20mins) or drive back to the Main entrance and take the right turn at this time. The pools are awesome as well but you don't feel like you are in the middle of nature like on the other two spots.
We arrived Thursday 6pm and paid 20+140 pP. for the friday only as we left on Saturday morning (after a small discussion with the patroling guards).

Grutas Tolantongo 20.651150, -98.998533
December 7th, 2018 Edenthecampervan Iconpopout

Open wifi and free toilets (we asked before saying so).

resto de glaciar -50.462144, -73.025188
December 7th, 2018 Edenthecampervan Iconpopout

Really nice café ! With wifi.
Good waffles and frapucino.

El Ba'r -50.337396, -72.264639
December 7th, 2018 sebastiaan.knijnenburg Iconpopout

Stayed here with 4WD and rooftop tent. Parking area is at the end of the road, no great view from here, but relatively flat. Paid 30USD for 2p incl shower. Wifi is good. Could borrow a blanket from the restaurant which was really appreciated as it was around 5 deg Celsius at night, pretty cold in a tent. Dinner was good, nice trout with palm fruit. Beautiful sunset over the valley.

Went on the quetzal tour in the morning (6am) for 25usd per person. Saw plenty, but guide didn't explain a thing. The tour goes to a seemingly private property where the farmer and his son help spotting as well. All in all okay, but may be better options around.

Paraiso Mirador Quetzales Lodge NP 9.644450, -83.849910
December 7th, 2018 pozabucky Iconpopout

Wonderful place, clean!! with big bushes and dunes which provides shelter from wind, Tecel, Movistar good reception, speed - H. Nice beach brake just in front. Fresh fish from fisherman 50mxp/pc, or lobster. Water from well available. We ask for lower price since staying over week. Road terible, took us over an hour with 22feeter. Bring enough to stay as
much as you can. Its heaven!!:)

Rancho El Conejo 24.071007, -111.004264
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Nice resort run by a man from Holland and his Thai wife. Frequently used as a stop over for touring cyclists.

Wasana Guest House 9.603819, 98.472756
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December 7th, 2018 ilseharinga Iconpopout

What a lovely place! Beautiful sunset! There were some cars that stopped to check us out, but after a few seconds they drove away again. No one seems to be bothered by us being here. Great location!

Overnight camp and pick nick spot 43.572254, 15.959437
December 7th, 2018 hallomuck Iconpopout

This place is closed. You can‘t park the car there.

Parking lot train station Puerto Varas -41.313397, -72.984307
December 7th, 2018 Koen De Vaere Iconpopout

5 star boondocking location. Foxes, Brabers, giant Kingfisher... Nice fireplace. Beautifull view on Rio moat.

Rio Moat -54.967375, -66.742790
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The small road connecting Huamachuco and LI 115 is generally good dirt road until this place. Later it becomes worse, lots of gravel, steep, three small river crossings. Loads of places for camping. After mining territory it becomes decent road again. On the mining territory the riad to LI115 is closed with a barrier, just ask for open it, or open by yourself if there is noone around, they don't mind. The attitude is somewhat 4000m.

Road Huamachuco-LI115 -7.934204, -77.995652
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December 7th, 2018 De Einder Voorbij Iconpopout

Large gravel terrain with a few small trees. The ablutions are good, the kitchen is a bit messy, but well equipped. Many flies. The place has also a car repair shop. Showers should not be used in the afternoon because the "cold" water is too hot. The place advertises with free WiFi. but it didn't work when we were there. Friendly owners. Fee paid: AUD 25 (2 adults, campervan, no power).

Drovers Run Tourist Park -29.652086, 138.073768
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December 7th, 2018 De Einder Voorbij Iconpopout

The first fuel station after Coober Pedy or Marree. The place also advertises having bread and frozen meat. The campsite at the other side of the road looks shady, but we didn't check it out.

William Creek Fuel Station (+ campground) -28.906530, 136.338720
December 7th, 2018 De Einder Voorbij Iconpopout

Next to the public toilets is a sanitation dump station.

William Creek Sanitation Dump Station -28.907080, 136.338220
December 7th, 2018 De Einder Voorbij Iconpopout

First fuel station after William Creek, 202 km north.

Fuel Station Outback Roadhouse -29.645580, 138.063790
December 7th, 2018 daniel Iconpopout

Stayed here for 2 nights in a row. Cheap. No problems.

Main Street RV Park 36.175660, -115.141720
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Park is closed from 31 October to 01 April 2019, though It is close to all attractions.

caravan park 50.062006, 14.414105
December 7th, 2018 leroy_romain92 Iconpopout

Wild spot near Tbilissi sea, some flat spots, ground muddy after rain, but we came with van 2WD. Some (noisy) people on weekends but calm most of the time (two cars Friday evening) you can swim in the lake if it's hot enough, and there is a wakeboard club/house at the end of the road.

near Tbilissi sea 42.556320, 44.499720