Large nice tents for rent with space for smaller rigs to park. We rented a tent with a queen size bed for my parents and we stayed in the van. Restaurant on site. Super quiet but some tourists visiting there. Beach is very quiet. You can pitch your own tent on the property also. Rough road getting in but not too bad and only 4km. We weren't charged the park entry fee but it's usually 28pesos/person.
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Nice little beach and snack bar, but some of the information previously given is not valid. No electricity, no Wifi, no pets allowed in the park. 350P/person/night. Terrible potholed road to drive here.Report Check-In
We stayed for 4 days over nye the charge was a bit more 2000 but it’s the only place that would take dogs. You just have to hide the at the nature reserve entrance. Carlos is a rad Argentina’s guy speaks english. Beachesw were better than most considering it’s been blowing on shore most of the fall so lots of sea grassReport Check-In
They asked 300MP/person to camp. 100MP/person just to spend the day and stay at their beach. Dogs allowed in the campground even if they're not in Sian Kaan, the guy at reception said owners should not say they have a dog at the Park entrance. Did not stay, too expensive, drove 1.5km South and found a beautiful beach for free. Road here was full of holes.Report Check-In
This place was clean and tidy and they wanted 100 pesos per person to use their beach, 209 pesos per person to camp. Boats to Punta Allen do run from here (250 pesos per person) and take about an hour saving quite a bit of time if you want to avoid the road journey. I would suggest making arrangements with Niki Allen at Serenidad Shardon (Punta Allen) if you fancy this as she can help make arrangements and is friends with the owners of El Ultimate Mayo so could probably get you a reduced parking rate.Report Check-In
Hmmmmm. How shall I put this? We were charged 500 PESOS per night for 2 in a camper. Arriving at 5pm, our small parking spot was littered with trash ( literally 8 large garbage bags full) which the owner saw as being in the way of the parking spot...we removed. The generator to run the place was 1 meter away from the RV, which the owner assured us would be off at 6pm ("promptly 1 hour after arrival). By 8pm it was still running, despite asking the owner to switch it off, to which I received a compassionless "15 more minutes". The drain from the toilets (charging 20 PESOS per use) was leaking above ground and over the camp ground, smelling up the place, and to top off a fantastic experience, we were told to get off the beach, because it was only for private cabana users. Not sure what other Overlanders saw in this spot, but good luck to the next folks.Report Check-In
Sweet place. Hosts very nice. Clean bathrooms, no toilet seats. Cold showers. Restaurant on site, didn't eat, menu was a bit on the high side. Beautiful beach out front. 100 pesos per person to camp in our van. Limited maneuvering room bc of palm trees but had shade and was manageable for us in our full size van. Nice spot, would return.Report Check-In
Large nice tents for rent with space for smaller rigs to park. We rented a tent with a queen size bed for my parents and we stayed in the van. Restaurant on site. Super quiet but some tourists visiting there. Beach is very quiet. You can pitch your own tent on the property also. Rough road getting in but not too bad and only 4km. We weren't charged the park entry fee but it's usually 28pesos/person.Report Check-In