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Rancho Santana

Verified: 2 days ago
GPS: -6.428280, -79.835190
Alt.: 7.7 masl
Rancho Santana offers camping in a country setting, plus a few small rooms if you'd rather spend your nights indoors. There is a grassy place to pitch your tents, a well-stocked kitchen and a very rustic outdoor shower. Lots of animals; cows, dogs, chickens, ducks, but it's the horses that make this place famous. The owner offers full or half-day horseback tours to the nearby nature reserve and ancient ruins. Electricity in the kitchen.
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Los Pinos Lodge

Verified: almost 2 years ago
GPS: -9.048983, -77.814050
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Camping no longer allowed Caraz is a good place to spend a night if you're coming from the north via Cañon del Pato. Los Pinos has a few grassy gardens in the back of the property where you can camp. It costs an extra 5 soles per night to park in the secured lot next to the camping area. The rooms were expensive, so look elsewhere if you aren't camping. Electricity in the restaurant.
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Llanganuco Lodge

Verified: 8 months ago
GPS: -9.096013, -77.697217
Alt.: 3519.5 masl
High up in the Cordillera Blanca, Llanganuco Lodge was a fantastic place to spend a few days. It got very cold at night, but the fire pit and absolutely amazing stars more than made up for it. The restaurant will serve meals upon reservation, don't show up expecting to be fed. Several trails, from 30 minutes to 6 days, start within a 15-minute walk of the lodge. Rooms are very expensive, owing to the remote location and the fact three meals are included. The food is also pricey, but very good. Electricity available in the dining room when the generator is running.
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Jo's Place

Verified: 12 months ago
GPS: -9.520283, -77.527783
Alt.: 3061.0 masl
We stayed a night here because Kobus was sick, I camped and they got a room. The camping area is cramped, this is one of the only places you can camp in Huaraz. The kitchen is very basic, but the rooms are nice. Parking for motorcycles only, but a secure parking lot was right down the street. Electricity available in the office.
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Hotel Inca

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -9.588850, -77.178167
Alt.: 3118.9 masl
We're not sure if camping is normally allowed here, but the lady at the front office let us pitch our tents in their nice garden for a night. The showers were claimed to be hot, but Kobus couldn't get anything but cold water. Lots of birds - a parrot, a couple of owls and tons of chickens. A nice place to spend a night, and it's right on the town square. This where the archeologists working on the Chavin de Huantar ruins stay, and their workshop is on the grounds.
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Hotel Chavin

Verified: almost 5 years ago
GPS: -10.751917, -77.760333
Alt.: Unknown
The only hotel we could find in Barranca with secured parking. Prices were rediculous, but it was probably the nicest place to stay in town, which isn't saying much. Barranca is pretty nasty, not a safe place to walk around at night. Wouldn't recommend coming here unless you have no other option.
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Lomas de Lachay

Verified: 7 months ago
GPS: -11.381317, -77.376350
Alt.: 0.0 masl
There are three separate campsites in the park, we stayed at #3 which is the farthest from the entrance (stay to the left at the fork). If you're here during the winter, it will be foggy and wet. It doesn't rain much here, but the fog is thick at night. If you're lucky it will clear up and you'll have a good view of the green hills down to the coast. A very weird place place, worth a visit if you're sick of the dry, dusty desert.
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Hitchhikers Backpackers Hostel

Verified: 10 days ago
GPS: -12.122583, -77.035867
Alt.: 0.0 masl
By far the most popular place for overlanders to stop in Lima. Room for 3-4 cars in the parking area, which is also part of the common area. Tent camping on ground not permitted. Good kitchen and a grill, with a I very fancy (and slightly pricey) supermarket 5 minutes up the street. Continental breakfast included. Big rigs will fit, but best to make a reservation to make sure there is space.
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Paracas National Reserve

Verified: 24 days ago
GPS: -13.893667, -76.315317
Alt.: 16.0 masl
The park and coastline are beautiful, but there's a big fat zero on the amenities list. We pitched our tents next to the ranger station as instructed, as close as possible to get out of the wind. Had there been better amenities (at least a toilet) we would have stayed another night and done a tour of the islands nearby.
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La Maison Suisse

Verified: 14 days ago
GPS: -14.851820, -74.958350
Alt.: 570.0 masl
Nice big grassy areas for camping. 20 soles per person. The now have a bathroom for overlanders. If you want wifi inside your vehicle you have to park close to the reception. Best camping we could find in Nazca.
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Hotel de Turistas

Verified: over 2 years ago
GPS: -13.635417, -72.880083
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Another case of not having any options with parking in town and getting stuck overpaying for a hotel room. But this hotel was decent enough and continental breakfast was included.
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Quinta Lala Camping

Verified: 8 days ago
GPS: -13.505750, -71.985467
Alt.: 3543.0 masl
The most popular (and only) place to camp near Cusco. It's a 20 minute downhill walk into town, and a grueling trek back up to Quinta Lala. We took a taxi up for 8S/. The covered area has a light and power outlets. The kitchen is basic, just a stove and a sink, bring your own pots, pans and plates. It's cold at night, but the fire pit helps. 12 soles per person + 12 soles for the RV. If you want to use the electricity, that's more 4 soles per day of use. Internet is inclused in the main price. For BigRig, WeakEngine and people that don't want to drive through the very busy city with very narrow streets I recommend to take this Waypoint (it's near the PlazaVea where you can fill up your food resources): S 13°30'58.65" (-13.516291) W 71°57'25.01" (-71.956946) From the waypoint go further up the street for 2,5-3km to Saqsaywaman. Your Navi should find the new way to the campground. Take care when you leave the aspahlt to the last 200m to QuintaLala. The Street has a deep water supply on the right, use the left side to the unpaved way! [Website hasn't been updated for a fair while and contact email address is incorrect. Current contact is Milagros (mili_sj_7@hotmail.com). Her English is good but any other language - except Spanish of course - needs to be run through Google translate first. Water is said to be non-potable but we are drinking it - added a little bleach to the tank as it filled - and have had no problems. For those wishing to leave their vehicles here while they return home and need to suspend their TIP, Millie has the procedure down pat and is willing to walk through the process with you. Tony LEE Nov 2014]
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Hotel Royal Inka

Verified: over 1 year ago
GPS: -13.421550, -71.840067
Alt.: 3026.7 masl
Of all the places with nasty bathrooms, this one wins the award for the worst. Camping is across the street from the hotel in a large sports complex. The camping spots are very exposed, and unnecessarily fenced-in. Parking is on the street outside the camping area, but it's a quiet area of town and we were told it was safe. Internet available but pricey.
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Genaro Moscosco La Torre

Verified: 12 days ago
GPS: -13.131717, -72.596350
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Santa Teresa is the jumping-off point for people going the back way into Machu Picchu. As a result this place, the only campground in town, is often crowded with tour groups and people such as ourselves. The camping area was decent enough, but the bugs were very bad! There may have been a kitchen, we didn't investigate. You can leave your car parked here for S$5 per day while you head into Aguas Caliente and Machu Picchu. Hot showers cost an extra $5.
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Willcamaya Hostel

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: -13.154133, -72.525900
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Aguas Calientes is lined with hostels, we chose this one by chance after asking around for best prices. Nothing to write home about, but perfectly good for a two night stay. A bit noisy because it was on the main stretch of train tracks. Restaurants available nearby.
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Wild camp

Tinajani Canyon

Verified: 3 days ago
GPS: -15.002800, -70.575717
Alt.: 3954.5 masl
No amenities, but an absolutely beautiful place to spend the night for free. There's a small river crossing to get to the more secluded side of the canyon, but it was barely ankle deep when we crossed. Take the southern bypass around Ayaviri and take a right when you see the sign to Tinajani Canyon. It's very cold, at around 13,000 feet. So bring some warm clothes.
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Las Cabanas

Verified: about 1 month ago
GPS: -15.892530, -69.890700
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Camping is possible at Las Cabanas, but we opted to stay in a cabin for our last night in Peru. A very nice area in a quite town, a much friendlier place to stay than nearby Puno. Continental breakfast is included.
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Gob. Gregorio Municipal Camping

Verified: 6 months ago
GPS: -48.754433, -70.243417
Alt.: 0.0 masl
Amenities: elec but the bathrooms were locked / price: free / quality: 1. This town is out of the way no matter where you‘re headed, but the most reliable source of gas (YPF station) in the area. When Tres Lagos and Bajo Caracoles actually have fuel, it is expensive. There is a La Anonima in town. This small campground looks abandoned but there is good wind cover. Like most of RN40 here it’s a rough 60km into town but is being paved. I believe RN40 will be rerouted through town when it’s finished.
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Camping El Niriguao

Verified: 3 months ago
GPS: -50.334650, -72.258200
Alt.: 201.0 masl
Great family run campground. There are plenty of shady camp spots, big enough for any size vehicle. Wifi only reaches the first few sites, but there is a indoor common area that you can use. It can get very loud on the weekend.
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Camping Pescazaike

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: -51.625262, -69.616122
Alt.: 0.0 masl
This campground is ridiculously expensive, with charges for everything except the bathroom. Larger vehicles will not fit, there is a height restriction. If you can sleep in your rig, there is free camping without facilities on the other side of the river, it just might be a bit windy.
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Club Nautica

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS CLOSED!

Verified: over 2 years ago
GPS: -53.798583, -67.681683
Alt.: 0.0 masl
This is the closest we have come to camping in a dump. There were no staff here and could be the reason why the grounds were so dirty. The upside was the cost. The place looked shut down, but the gate was open so we let ourselves in for the night.
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Camping La Pista del Andino

WARNING: THIS PLACE IS CLOSED!

Verified: about 2 years ago
GPS: -54.812650, -68.350867
Alt.: 128.0 masl
CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED as of early 2015 Located up above town. Tons of space for rigs of all sizes. If you are taking a cruise to Antarctica you can park your vehicle for a small fee. Wifi is good, but doesn't reach all of the sites. There is a huge indoor area you can enjoy to avoid the constant wind and rain. The Campground is closed.
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Wild camp

Leith Cove

Verified: over 4 years ago
GPS: -64.861467, -62.805517
Alt.: Unknown
The expedition crew has a portable toilet that they build a snow wall around. fantastic views, but it is chilly. No food or drinks are allowed when camping here. You cannot drive here. Water? Only Mr Yum Yum.
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Camping Hain

Verified: 2 months ago
GPS: -54.525967, -67.232200
Alt.: 36.0 masl
Awesome campground right on the lake. Be sure to leave your mark in the shelter. The indoor areas have big wood stoves so you can stay warm and dry. There is a great bakery in town a five minute drive away that has free wifi.
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Camping Josmar2

Verified: 6 months ago
GPS: -51.726097, -72.491400
Alt.: 49.0 masl
There are three parking spots at the campground, no big rigs will fit. The camp sites are cordoned off to give you some space but this does not seem to stop other travelers from pitching tents right next to yours in the middle of the night.
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Lago Pehoe - Torres del Paine

Verified: 4 months ago
GPS: -51.107200, -72.987150
Alt.: 0.0 masl
The selling point of this place is its location in both vistas at the Cuernos del Paine and the proximity to various points of interest in the NP. About 15 sites are west of the road and don't have much of a view but are mostly sheltered from the wind (e.g. 11). About 30 sites are east of the road and some have fantastic views but not much wind protection (e.g. 45 .. 47). Each site has a very basic shelter and a table/bench combination (that is often close to falling apart). Blocks with hot and comfy showers, paper and soap in the toilets. All in all the place is not very well run and maintained, some blocks had only cold showers due to that. Don't try to make reservations, you will probably never get a confirmation. Electricity available in reception. CH$10,000 per person. Not good value.
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Camping Bonanza

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: -49.243250, -72.892683
Alt.: 426.0 masl
A great spot about 10km north of town. Located on a river that according to the owners are full of fish. It's set in a small forest that offers protection from the frequently fierce winds. Electricity available in the restaurant. 2015/16 season 100 pesos pp pn
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Camping Municipal

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: -46.596200, -70.926067
Alt.: 375.0 masl
This campsite's saving grace is the indoor shelter. There is a small parking area where you can camp close to the car. The bathrooms smell foul, but work. Nice fluffy grass for tent campers.
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Camping Cerveceria

Verified: 7 months ago
GPS: -41.943333, -71.535967
Alt.: 0.0 masl
The campground is located behind the brewery but there are some spots in front where large rigs will fit. There is a free old fashioned washing machine to use and the showers are excellent. The beer is great. There is a dump station for both grey and black water.
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Selva Negra

Verified: 5 months ago
GPS: -41.132700, -71.343000
Alt.: 950.0 masl
The closest camp site to Bariloche City Note - closed during winter season early March to Early December
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