Check-Ins

When? Who? Comment Place Location
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Notorious for not filling cylinders full

Llamagaz (US and EU bottles) -13.558250, -71.851267
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Wifi / water / elec / hot shower with room key

s/35 per night.

Ollantaytambo Lodge -13.260170, -72.261830
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Secure parking in back parking lot (over bridge). water / elec / hot shower access to pool and athletic facilities. Great for tent campers. We were not allowed to camp at the Pisac ruins without purchasing admission

s/20 per person.

Hotel Royal Inka -13.422717, -71.841450
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Free / no amenities / okay cover from road (best we saw)

free

Bush Camp #1 -13.100767, -71.568783
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3667m. Only amenities are pit toilets

S/10 per person to access s/10 per person to camp.

Tres Cruces View Point -13.120950, -71.611567
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Free / on large pullout / no cover. Buggy and beautiful

free

Bush Camp #2 -13.204350, -71.626250
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

4000m. Free / on hill overlooking town / good views / no cover. Better cover 12km before this on a turn-out

free

Bush Camp #1 -14.781800, -71.395333
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

4250m. Free / pretty / very well hidden

free

Bush Camp #2 -15.982530, -71.383830
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Bathrooms only open in the AM

s/ 35 per person to access canyon, camping free.

Mirador del Cruz Parking Lot -15.612450, -71.904100
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

2310m. water / hot showers / elec / wifi in lobby / central location. Park by the gate if you want wifi in your camper. Big Plaza Vea with wifi and a good car wash 1 block away

s/22 per person.

Hostel Las Mercedes -16.400333, -71.542333
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Did not fill, just spotted

Llama gas Arequipa North -16.331830, -71.593180
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Free, s/1 for use of bathrooms (no showers). others have camped on the futbol field or lakeside

Free, s/1 for use of bathrooms

Sillustani ruins parking lot -15.724167, -70.150850
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3855m. Water / use of bathrooms (no shower) / dial-up wifi in lobby. Hotel Chasqui del Sol was B/70 with hot showers but no internet

B/30 per night.

Hotel Gloria -16.167267, -69.088667
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Free and beautiful / 1km out of town. Hostel nearby advertising camping was not open

Lakeside Bush Camp -16.173783, -69.094583
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Free, No facilities, short hike to beach for tent campers, wood for campfire

On road to Isla del Sol -16.114767, -69.083883
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Water / elec / english / hot shower / restaurant / no internet. Hike to the San Pedro cave if you have a free day

B/30 per person & 30 per car.

Altai Oasis -15.769583, -68.654917
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3290m. Water / elec / english / wifi / resturant / hot showers. B/20 taxi to downtown, take the southern bypass road to avoid driving through downtown

B/50 per person, 20 for elec.

Hotel Oberland -16.568383, -68.089383
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Camping free with vehicle service. Services: Bathroom / elec. Good mechanic, speaks English and German

free

Volks Auto Shop - Ernesto Hug -16.515383, -68.135717
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

4300m. Camping free with NP entry fee: Use of thermal baths: B/30 per person, B/2 for use of bathroom. No services in park but you can drive and camp anywhere surrounded by absolute serenity. Only downside is the temp: it will freeze most nights

B/30 per person.

Thermal Baths -18.093067, -68.978967
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

4353m. Camping free with NP entry fee: B/30 per person. No facilities

free

Laguna Huanakuta -18.047233, -68.935100
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3722m. No facilities / Decent Cover / Not much to look at

free

Bush Camp #1 -17.973433, -66.781500
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

No facilities / much prettier than Bush Camp #1. There are a few turn-offs in this area with decent cover, coordinates only approximate

free

Lakeside Bush Camp #2 -18.831250, -66.731667
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

4072m. No facilities / Nice views over the red rock valley / Good cover from road

free

Picnic Overlook Bush Camp #3 -19.225067, -66.091267
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3405m.Bathrooms / 30* C Thermal Baths / Laundry Area. Tranquil setting, wonderful swim, not to be missed

B/35 per person.

Ojo del Inca (Crater Lake) -19.467180, -65.794720
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Hot Shower / Bathrooms / Low Overhead. Paved courtyard parking. Residential Copacabana down the street has parking and charges B/30 per night. Koala Candelaria Cafe is the only wifi in town, free with a meal

B/50 per night.

Residencial Tarija -19.584483, -65.755783
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

Slow cellular wifi / hot showers / water / lavernderia / elec. Nice grassy yard with a shared communal room. Easy walk to the square. Need to check in at 416 Arcento Arce around the corner. Routing Advice: we heard many people complain about the back-road from Cochabamba to Sucre (Highway 7 and Route 5) and avoided it. “Uninspiring bad roads with poor views.”

B/60 per night.

Camping Alberto and Felicidad -19.043000, -65.255050
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

3800m. No facilities / poor cover / beautiful setting. Plenty of bush camping in the area, not much cover. See our Overland guide to Bolivia’s Southwestern Circuit for much more info such as additional campsites, propane plant, gas stations, bathrooms, ticket control, etc.

free

Canyon Steam Bush Camp -19.799533, -66.060633
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

not much to look at but had electricity (for an extra B/10, plug in at the workshop), water and nice hot showers. Many overlanders camp near Minutemen Pizza or near the square

B/25 per person.

Hostel Marith’s parking lot -20.465680, -66.826700
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

B/30 entrance fee per person gives you access to the island which has services such as bathrooms, a water faucet, restaurant, trash cans, and hiking trails. You can camp anywhere on the Salar. The sunsets are gorgeous

free

Island Incahuasi -20.240967, -67.627617
January 3rd, 2011 panamnotes.com

(approximate):. Past San Cristobel you will be on the sparsely-populated altiplano. You can camp anywhere in this area, but there is little to no cover from the road.

free

Altiplano Camps near a stream -21.280783, -67.282950