Camping Brisa De Huaco | Established Campground

Argentina

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
986.9 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
+542644045558

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Unknown
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Unknown
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Newly opened campsite run by very friendly family. We arrived on bicycles hot and sweaty and they greeted us with watermelon! Camping is under bamboo / reed shelters to protect from the sun on slightly raised grass platforms - each pitch has a table, chairs and some have a grill.

There is a shower with warm and cold water (excellent water pressure!) and wifi that works okay even on the further pitches and great by the house. There are electrical outlets on the poles. The family cooked dinner for us - there are no other options in this town beyond a small kiosko. We had pizza and panaditas. The owners said they drink the water on site but offered to sell us water if we preferred that as they were worried we might get sick - we drank the water and felt fine. Campsite was v quiet and clean, we were the only ones here despite it being summer holidays. Cost 1,000 pesos per person.

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Only one shower with low pressure
5,000pp for foreigners, making it more than double better campsites

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En construcción aun, todo es muy precario, la familia mencionada ya no existe, no hay comida ni provisiones, hay que ir al pueblo. Faltan baños, solo hay una ducha rústica para todo el camping. $2.000 p/p

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2000pp to pitch a tent? too expensive. i left

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The camp site is nice but toilets and shower are very basic. Water pressure was really (really) low, and toilets not clean. I was asked 2.000$ for a single tent.

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We wanted to stay because of the great review. But the lady wac asking 3000 ARS pp. It was a hot day and the only shade is provided by the thatched roof over the table.It is also right on the Ruta 40. We decided to move on!

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Newly opened campsite run by very friendly family. We arrived on bicycles hot and sweaty and they greeted us with watermelon! Camping is under bamboo / reed shelters to protect from the sun on slightly raised grass platforms - each pitch has a table, chairs and some have a grill.

There is a shower with warm and cold water (excellent water pressure!) and wifi that works okay even on the further pitches and great by the house. There are electrical outlets on the poles. The family cooked dinner for us - there are no other options in this area beyond a small kiosko. We had pizza and panaditas. The owners said they drink the water on site but offered to sell us water if we preferred that as they were worried we might get sick - we drank the water and felt fine. Campsite was v quiet and clean, we were the only ones here despite it being summer holidays. Cost 1,000 pesos per person.

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