Indeed a very nice place - not so easy to find and way out of town. But a green oasis with lots of citrus trees (oranges, mandarinas, lemons) from which you can pick and make your own fresh juice (press is on site). Dry camping is Mex 270 or US$15. Unfortunately the pool was empty when we stayed (3 nights) and there is only 1 toilet/shower for the whole place (expect some waiting) There is no water faucet on the side of dry camping. Fabby the owner is very nice and the whole place is clean and well kept.


Place: Hacienda La Habana

Visited: February 10th, 2020

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Location: 26.870800, -112.018392