Bird's eye view of Cajamarca | Wild Camping

Peru

Details

Last Visited: over 3 years ago
GPS: -7.176949, -78.527237
Altitude: 3145.2 masl
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Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: No
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

A lonely pull-out with romantic city night view on the direction to Cumbemayo. No facilities, but LTE mobil connection. It's light not level we didn't care, but if with stones you can level the car, and there are a lot. Quiet between 10pm-5am, the road above which behind a rank of trees starts early to be busy. The spot is on a side road without traffic, so big rig can park but difficult to turn, may need to drive in backward.
From city to get here took us an hour, because in dark both mapsMe & googlemap tried to lead us to stairs or cliff. The best turn-off should be at Av. Peru and Av. M. de Cervantes. Once you are on the Av. M. de Cervantes, follow the zigzags up to KM8, there is a sign for turn off to a ruin.

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Perfect place with an overwhelming view over Cajamarca! Thank you for this recommendation!

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Thanks for the super nice spot, calm, nice view, eucalyptus smell... And thanks again, you even left the 2 rocks to block the wheels to show us where to park.

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A lonely pull-out with romantic city night view on the direction to Cumbemayo. No facilities, but LTE mobil connection. It's light not level we didn't care, but if with stones you can level the car, and there are a lot. Quiet between 10pm-5am, the road above which behind a rank of trees starts early to be busy. The spot is on a side road without traffic, so big rig can park but difficult to turn, may need to drive in backward.
From city to get here took us an hour, because in dark both mapsMe & googlemap tried to lead us to stairs or cliff. The best turn-off should be at Av. Peru and Av. M. de Cervantes. Once you are on the Av. M. de Cervantes, follow the zigzags up to KM8, there is a sign for turn off to a ruin.

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