When? Who? Comment Place Location

We asked the owner of the land and parked our van here while we did the Ausangate trek in 4 days. Jubinal is very shy but very sympatic. We paid 5 sol per day to park here.
You can also ask to put your vehicle in his garage. He also does accommodation, and you can eat typical "cuy" meal if you ask in advance.
Here is his WhatsApp : 913 483 428

Parking spot -13.71045, -71.25023

You have to pay 20 soles per person here to enter. The man gives you an official ticket with the map of the Ausangate trek. It worth the money as the part on the 7 lagunas is really well maintain : panel with the name of the lakes, free camping and toilets.
Unfortunatly, be aware that ladies from other communities will ask you also money but they are absolutly no trek maintenance, no sign under the trek, no toilet.

2nd Ausangate paid checkpoint -13.68748, -71.28417

Basic campsite, price is 340 Pula for two. Restaurant with food a la carte. Everything nice!

Kalahari Rest -23.51992, 22.60987

Came here twice after business hours and there was nobody. Refilled on water and also recharged some devices in the bathroom

Oasis Visitor Center 34.12887, -116.03721

Small rest area off 71, nice bathrooms, a couple well stocked vending machines, and picnic tables with barbeques. Tranquil overnight with a few other cars and semis. Can hear cars from the highway but not many pass through at night so wasn't too bothersome. Street lamps in the parking area are pretty bright so would be better to have some window shades.

Rest Area Southbound 41.21007, -81.79435
Two Vets on Tracks Emiel & Leslie

Very nice, also explanations in english.
Lots about birds in Argentina, and specialy in Ibera.
Very friendly and knowledgeble staff, who walkes with you in the museum to explaine but also takes you out to identify some birds around the museum.
Free admission, Open 8 - 19.

Iberá Birding Center, Interactive Museum about birds, aves, to see -27.57420, -56.67799
Titi Melendez

Too expensive!!! I can t recommend it ... not a good place for travelers, only for company workers

Hostel y Restaurante Ventisqueros -32.90337, -70.26793
K n C

Departure for vehicle ferry to Tanger Med. Buying tickets from Viajes Normandie (Carlos) in Barrios was quick, easy and least expensive way we found for open return ticket. Can just drive right up to ferry loading area in the port 1 hr before with your tickets. No need to pay pushers in the que area trying to fill out “fiche” for you to have ready for Moroccan police. Get entrance stamp to Morocco on the ferry. We did not receive an exit stamp at the passport check you drive through during boarding in Spain, but we’re told it’s computerized.

Algeciras port pour Tanger 36.13182, -5.43943
K n C

Before you exit the port security, on the left side of the road. Several small buildings in a row. Most are ATM and money exchange. Signs only visible from the parking lot in front of it. Helpful, English speaking staff get you required 3rd party liability coverage. Able to buy 4 months. Pay in cash, quoted in euros. €200 3 months €250 4 months. Also sell Maroc Sim cards and changed a few large dirham bills to small currency.

CAT Assurance and Reassurance (3rd party insurance) 35.87085, -5.52040
K n C

Arrival port for vehicle ferry from Algeciras. Easy place to begin Moroccan journey from. Follow signs for exit after disembarking. There is a vehicle scanner and drug dog checks at customs where vehicles are processed and small credit card sized paper given for vehicle. Ours had 6 month validity.

Port Tangier Med 35.88448, -5.50317

went here after 50,000 km across South America and my shocks weren't what they used to be. Super friendly guys who definitely know what they are talking about. They left for the weekend to work a 70 rider off-road rally so they definitely know they're off road bikes. they adjusted both front and rear suspension (including changing out the fork oil and all that) set the sag for me and my passengers weight +bags and it feels like a whole new bike now. they also changed out my chain and sprockets and some other random small things for 800,000 pesos (200 USD). if you need anything suspension related these are the guys, just check out all their amazing reviews on Google maps. highly recommend

N2 Suspension work 4.73782, -74.02791

The spotlight cars are hunters looking for hares. This is a common technique. Nothing to worry about

Nice spot at the border 41.37343, 44.79867

Pretty high ATM, maybe 50-60cm at the deepest point. Saw a Hilux get through no worries, but we decided not to risk it in our LWB rear drive van.

River Crossing 9.90249, -85.55299

Camping extremamente familiar. Atualmente o proprietário Peder adquiriu e disponibilizou aos usuários uma internet via satélite da Starlink.

Camping do Peder -24.43777, -47.06533

Little rocky beach next to a hotel. offseason only. Not so much waste, you cant be spottet from the street. Maybe for one camper or two motorcycles.

Beach-spot for offseason 40.36578, 19.48097

lady on phone insisted on asking what breed my service dog is. I informed her of the laws and she suggested I go somewhere else. I'm reporting them to the ADA.

Sherwood Harbor Marina & RV Park 38.53277, -121.52816

You can’t go of the road to reach the point. You are able to park next to the road, but would not recommend to do for a night

Altinoluk 39.56963, 26.78293

Still exists & trial is still there, however you can’t follow google maps. I used Wikiloc to get there. View is beautiful, but the ground is not really even anymore.

Trail camp 39.64586, 26.94190

Perfect spot to sleep, we were 2 cars and 1 RV.

Stanilaus Boondock 37.81066, -119.88395

This is a really nice place, except on weekends… lots of cars and moto with insanely high music blocking the entrance of the parking. We can’t sleep and we can’t exit the parking, we have called the police and they told us they just have one car so they can not come… a nightmare for this night

Praia Vermelha -23.41717, -45.03721

Super friendly staff. There are two water taps here. They let us fill in for free. Pressure not so great but if you have a 5/6 m hose you should be fine to find a place to stop and not bother the ones at the station.

Petrobras Gas Station -23.41102, -45.06034

Numerous available spots during the later evening hours, albeit subject to occasional municipal noise disturbances; however, hard to beat free.

24hr (max) free parking lot 44.52669, -109.06519

None of the spots are super flat, but I didn't mind. Super large area, plenty of space to walk around for a bit. The area felt very secure. Overall, a great rest area.

Rest Stop Eastbound on I20 32.53155, -92.47261

This place is near the road and you are not completely out of sight. You can watch the fisherboats, some are there also during the night. Lots of trash around. All in all OK for the night, but there are more secluded and more beautiful places next to the sea on Qeshm.

Wild beach 26.68350, 55.76368

Good place to stop in the winter for a night. Yes there is highway noise but we had the entire campground to ourselves. We did not use the toilets. Beautiful sunrise. Will stay again if passing through

Sandy Channel State Recreation Area 40.68383, -99.38023
Fernando Quevedo

It is possible to spend the night at the market parking lot for free, no facilities! Bathroom at the artisans market nearby. Very cold nights.

Mercado de Artesanos -24.21724, -66.31998
Baja Baba

Nice place on the ocean. A man came in he AM and collected 100 pesos for the night.

Santa Rosalillita Fishing Village 28.66726, -114.23890
narsch safaris

Place does exist but we we told by the border patrol that they don’t want people camping here. They guarded us until we left.

A14 -16.99088, 32.87910

This place is permanently closed.

Hotel Villa Chiquitana -17.85227, -60.74026

Pernoitamos no Parque Nacional da Maçã. Várias tomadas com energia e várias torneiras. Local pertence à Prefeitura de São Joaquim. Antes fomos até o Centro de Informação Turísticas (atendimento excelente e com muitas dicas da região) e preenchemos uma ficha para permanecer no local. Noite super tranquila (há segurança das 19h às 7h). No período da tarde há uma atendente que fica nas lojas de artesanato e que estão a venda (local com muitos itens à venda).
Defronte ao Parque fomos até a COOPERSERRA. Suco de Maçã, torta e outros itens direto do produtor. Nota 10 a permanência no local e na Cidade.

Parque Nacional da Maçã -28.27427, -49.92909

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