Camping

La Vispera - Hotel | Established Campground

Bolivia
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Last Visited: about 1 year ago
GPS: -18.188330, -63.879460
Altitude: 1672.7 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: Yes
Restaurant: Yes
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Running Water
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

Very clean. Organic vegetables and salads for free. Nice showers, a fully functional equipped kitchen for the campers, bonfire and barbecue place. Very friendly staff. Restaurant with delicious food "fresh and organic" and herbshop (prepare tea, mermelades, oils). Also have cabins forman rent (2,4,7 or 12), space for tents. Reception is open 8 am to 8 pm (after which they lock the gate; guests get a key). The owners are sweet and competent Bolivian-Dutch family. 50 BOB pp plus 50 per camper. Free Electricity, and organic herbs during your stay. Also have a throne of stone to enjoy the village view, a native park with eucalyptus and pines. Free Library during your stay with great options.

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One of our favorite stays in all of South America. Beautiful property with nice facilities and good location. Most has already been said. When you approach the road up the hill from town, stick to the left/center lane, do not beer right like Google Maps may ask you to. There is also a sign at this fork, we just didn't see it the first time because we weren't looking. Planned one night, stayed five, already want to come back.

One of my favourite camping spots in South America. Large property with vegetable garden, fruit trees and all sorts. Great kitchen/bathroom block. Fire pit. Friendly owners with 2 gorgeous dogs and a big cuddly cat. Highly recommended

A small paradise in walking distance to the village as mentioned before. We were really happy to us fresh basil, parsley, sage etc. for our salads and pasta. We paid 100 for two in a van.

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Try to correct the GPS. The camping is the same entrance like the hotel and the finca. We‘re 3,70 m height and 7,30 m long. Some scratches due to the vegetation at the last meters, but nothing serious. Worth to come here. Great place to stay.

We planned to stay 4 days we stayed 10.
The Finca is just a small heaven where you can relax in the environment.
The commodities for campers are great, one of the best we had until now , so q bit more expensive than usual campground spot but it worth is, the facilities are great: great kitchen with all needed and fridge, amazing shower and clean. All surrounding are nature.
You also have tea for cortesy and very good ones and you can harvest organic herbs and fruits for your meals.

The cafe make also amazing food with good quantity, is between 25 and 60bs.

Very easy to walk to the village 5/10 min

Just ask Alex and Nataly (brother and sister), best host ever and the new owner of the place, they now everything about what to do in the surrounding, that by the way really worth to visit.

Great place to stay (1km from the main square), big cabins to rent, for 2,3,4,5,7 or 12 people. Then they also have a flat camper/tent place with free electricity, full equipped kitchen, bathrooms and showers, bonfire place and a barbecue place. You can also prepare food with theirs organic terraces. Delicious options! They give you also a tee of cortesy each day (they prepare tea, mermelades, oils and organic condiments) and also have a restaurant "slow food" with many options for breakfast, Lunch and tea time
Petfriendly. Great place to walk and find tranquility (have a throne of stone where you can see all the village), a native forest (lot of eucalyptus, pines)

all is said : nice place, quiet, clean....a bit expensive but it's really very well maintained. you look for a nice camping you are...

Nicest place in Bolivia, very clear, big garden, a lotof fresh salats for free. Friendly staff, credit card aprove.

Very friendly staff! We stayed one night here for 150 Bolivianos for two people and one truck with a roof top tent. We found a nice level spot, although we were the only people here. It may help to have leveling blocks. The kitchen and bathrooms are spectacular - very clean and well maintained. Good hot showers and toilet paper always make things better. We bought fresh veggies, jams and teas to take with us. Highly recommend!

Price is still 120 per night for 2 ppl and vehicle - includes power. Shower was hot after we turned up heater. Wifi barely reached camper and was slow. Toilets do have seats and TP and the kitchen is very nice. We found level spots in front of steps to banos. Laundry available when they are not busy (ie not on weekends). Charge 10B kg. Quiet at night.

Beautiful and peaceful campground in the mountains of Samaipata. The camping area is big and nice, although there isn't that much flat terrain for leveling your car. The surroundings are just wonderful, and the temperature is perfect for camping. Quite a lot of mosquitos though. Showers are hot 24h/7 and bathrooms are clean. The vegetable garden is so nice and the food they have at the coffee is amazing. Spent an afternoon there just eating, playing games and enjoying this little paradise. Try the veggie omelette, it is the best we ever had ! A bit expensive but totally worth it if you ask us.

Nice setting but very little flat space. Access if raining very difficult as the way from town is very steep, narrow & muddy. Cafe is only open from 10 to 15 so do not expect to have an evening meal or sundowner . Price went up to 40 bol per person plus 40 per vehicle that you use electricity or not, which makes it up to now our most expensive campsite in Bolivia.

Great place!peaceful, quiet and clean.
Stayed here for five days.
Traveled (till now) 6 weeks through south america. Mostly the best spot.

There is no arguing that the restaurant here is very peaceful and great food, but at 40bob per person and 20 bob per child (+/- 40 per car for electricity) for a sloping spot in the sun at least 15 mins walk from town centre, this place feels overrated, at least for families. 140 bob without/ 180 with electricity for a family of five is way too much.

Great campsite, super friendly staff and probably the best shower we've had in a long time. Café is nice place to sit (and use wifi) and enjoy the delicious food :) they first charged us 40 pppn and 40 for the car. This is apparently for electricity, which we don't use in our car. We later paid 80 per night. You'll most likely end up staying here longer than you expected ;)

Onze of these rare exceptional places in South-America. Fully equipped kitchen, super shower, clean and beautifully designed & maintained site, lots of space and friendliness of the entire staff. Dutch owners are retired now, but they are still living on the compound. Highly recommended.

for ingles ok
en francais: tres bien , propre, le wifi seulement à la reception et le chemin d'acces devient boueux en cas de pluie, 40bol/pers+40bol/vehicule

Exceptional friendly and well maintained place. We stayed 6 nights over Carnival to wash laundry and fix/maintain the motorbikes. Very helpful stuff. Marcelo & his wife are running this place by heart. Aldo, the gardener isalso a very well informed tourguide if you are looking to visit PN Amboró or other places nearby. Payed 80 BOB for 2 people 2 bikes 1 tent. Good restaurant.

paid 50 bobs each with motorbike. overpriced for camping but very nice place and really friendly staff. all in all worth it.

Very well maintained campground about 15 min. walking from the the village center. Large lawn with palms, electricity, wifi, free picking from vegetable garden. Owners are Dutch. Own baked bread. Tea garden. BOB 120 (2 adults, camper).

Didn't camp, but stayed for lunch and enjoyed the garden. WiFi [Password removed by moderator.]. It's not overly fast. Food is lovely.

Very nice camping, with hot/clean showers, outdoor kitchen and beautiful views. steep climb into property and only a few flats spots, but worth it.

120 Bs. for 2 people and a truck may seem like much, but you get much more than a place to camp in a picture-perfect park lined with palm trees and a vegetable garden. There is a purpose-built quincho (round brick hut) for the campers with 2 hot showers, 2 toilets and a fully functional kitchen. WiFi (at the Café Jardin) is fast and they allowed us to go and get herbs and vegetables from their plantation and fruit from the trees at will. Plus the place also doesn't get muddy at times of rain — unlike the access roads ... We loved it here and stayed a total of 7 nights.

Did not decide to camp due to he price: 40bs for the car plus 40bs per person.

Clean and warm showers, nice kitchen. Like it that it is not too big. It has a beautiful lunchroom with good food and cafe, open till 15h. surrounded by gardens with herbs and such and uphill throne overlooking the valley. Price 40 per person and car.

Beautiful place to camp, surrounded by gardens. The bathrooms and showers are super clean and the showers are hot. We paid 120 Bol (40 per person plus 40 for the truck). Their Garden Cafe is great. They practice "slow food" and if you order a salad, you'll see them go out to the garden to collect the greens.

Everything is working, everything is clean. Not much room at the campsite: 3 overlanders and 4 tents. Nice clean kitchen and small dining tabel at the campsite. The owner and his wife are very friendly.

The best Camping in Bolivia we have seen. Super clean. Organic vegetables and salads for free. The chief is a Dutch.