When? Who? Comment Place Location

We did the trails going from North to South. This is definitely the easier way for motos. Do not do it with a heavy bike. Light dual sports or lighter only! We rode it with loaded CRF300 and had fun.
If you can handle the intermediate/expert sections of any BDR/TET then you should not have nothing to worry about.
The deep sand stretches are not longer than 200 m but there is many of them. The main sandy part at the summit can be avoided when sticking to the eastern tracks. This detour is also steep deep sand but going downhill (from North to South) not an big issue. From there the descent to the canyon is easy. We struggled with the canyon more since it is not only deep sand but also rocks hiding under it. At least the river crossings were not deeper than 50 cm and the ground of the river was visible at 90 percent of the fordings.
Watch the weather forecast before you are going! And going South to North will be way harder. At least on motos.
Enjoy! This was the best trail we rode in Argentina (so far)!

Road Piedra Pomez-Las Papas-Fiambala -26.99132, -67.78197

From Gutu to this point (12km) the road is paved. But the next 42km it is a sandy piste untile the main road close to Buhera. Some parts we were able to cycle but several times we had to push our bicycles. Even for car I wouldn't recommend it it with out a 4WD. We used this way for a shortcut, otherwise I don't recommend it...

road conditions -19.57776, 31.23709

Take Bond St to get to the parking lot (ignore Gmaps directions).
It’s a large park. The bathrooms (very clean) are a few minutes’ walk uphill from the parking lot. There are picnic tables and other facilities that also require some walking.

Washington Park 36.07690, -80.24982

We stayed 3 nights. Very nice people. They have a bathroom with hot water, WiFi, ample parking space, laundry. We recommend this place in the Antón Valley if you want to rest.

Villa Miramonte 8.60355, -80.12479

Beautiful park. Very well kept. Perfect place to run, stretch, relax. Spacious, open, and clean. Bathroom open from 7am to 10pm - very clean. Cold, filtered water disponible. Totally recommended :)

Parque Ipanema -19.46874, -42.53870

don't go here. It Is a military area . fotbiden to enter

military area 34.20999, -116.05375

We were turned away and were not allowed to stay there. Unfortunately, we don't know whether the young woman present had no idea or whether campers are no longer welcome in the future. She just wanted to rent us a room

Playa Azul Catemaco 18.42987, -95.09123

fish food restaurant at a beautiful green location

Restaurante Cabana -24.62458, -47.89676

Ok place to stay just for the night! Parking spots are pretty close together and In between big rigs so it’s a little loud with their trucks running through the night but ok if you just need to rest for the night.

Pilot/Flying J Travel Stop 38.11796, -121.39556

An unexpectedly fancy option in Kissidougou. 400,000 GNF per night (non negotiable) for a big and very clean room with en suite bathroom, a balcony, a mini fridge, AC and mosquito net. Electricity comes on at around 7pm until roughly 7am.

Breakfast is included with the room, and they serve basic but tasty dinner for 80,000 GNF.

You have to pay all the nights you'll be staying up front, and they're strict about it.

Hôtel Militaire 9.18506, -10.09361

Friday afternoon in April. Some party nearby and plenty cars, but no one said anything.

Mauguio Chemin des Canalettes 43.59599, 4.01915

Passamos dois dias no local, ponto interessante para visitar o centrinho, mas sugiro evitar fim de semana, de dia foi tranquilo porém a noite teve uma festa por perto com som muito alto e muito movimento de pessoas e motos passando na rua toda hora até às 3h da manhã.

parking lot next to soccer field -17.34498, -39.21769

Passamos uma noite aqui, a internet funcionava bem, tem banheiros a disposição, água quente para mate. Quanto a ducha vai depender da atendente, na primeira noite abastecemos e conseguimos tomar banho. Voltamos para passar a segunda noite e uma atendente extremamente grossa disse que não tinha ducha e depois disse que a ducha era somente para caminhoneiros 🤷🏻‍♀️ Saímos e fomos ao posto Axion, abastecemos e conseguimos tomar banho por lá!

We spent a night here, the internet worked well, there are bathrooms available, hot water to mate. How much the shower will depend on the attendant, on the first night we supplied and managed to take a shower. We came back to spend the second night and an extremely thick attendant said there was no shower and then said that the shower was only for truck drivers 🤷🏻‍♀️ We went out and went to the Axion station, we refued and managed to take a shower there!

YPF - Estacion de Servicio -47.25443, -72.57319
M Crow

Ample parking for several Class B,C. Room for several tents. Local kids with their music loud until midnight on a Saturday, then very peaceful. Nice forest views across a substantial lake.

Arterberry Cove 32.23637, -95.16171

It's a friendly town, and a great place to stop for an overnight if you're in the area.

Street Parking 47.20358, -121.98678

Slept here with no problems in my car. There are signs that say “No Trucks and RVs.”

Walmart - No Trucks/RVs 33.39001, -112.13548

Completely adequate overnight camp stop enroute to Kariba/Mana Pools/Matusadona. Clean but tired ablutions. Rates reasonable. One night only kind of spot.

Chinhoyi N.P. Campsite -17.35680, 30.13110

I stayed here for a night in April 2024 and had no issues. I arrived to the site around 9pm and left at 11am the next day. There were a few inches of snow on the ground and the parking lot was not plowed, but it was clear no one had pulled in here since before the snowfall many days prior. I believe it would be visited more in the summer months. Pretty quiet, just some road noise from Rt 2. I saw a police officer radaring in the morning but gave me no trouble. I did not see any no overnight parking signs. No bathroom. Water access. I had 1-2 bars of LTE through T-Mobile.

Hastings Landing 44.51244, -70.61268

Peaceful spot and sufficient room for multiple rigs. Just the sound of flowing water en very nice view. One vehicle passing. Surface is reasonably flat. We’re driving a MB814DA and was easy to get here.

Next to River 38.94989, 21.68542

Great place to camp, to overland, to rest and to take a swim there is a nice pool with a river water. Big botanical gardens, bathrooms and showers.

Q. 225.00 per person.

Finca El Zapote 14.39092, -90.87497

Pulled in just before sunset and a few spots still open. Busy and you’ll want levellers. Beautiful views!

Capitol Reef NP - West Entrance 38.32712, -111.36371

friendly people, easy to get stamp, no uniforms

police checkpoint hut 11.37021, -14.78690

guinea Bissau to guinea
first check point, they'll ask you for unecessary documents (like covid test!) but there are pretty friendly and you can negociate to don't pay bribes.
second chek point I paid 5k gnf as they ask because I could not find à way out (officier was a bit agressive)
I get the passeport stamp at the third chek point (after river crossing), friendly officier but he will try to get money first, be patient!
CPD stamp in customs office in Boke

Border crossing 11.36450, -14.77218

here you can get your CPD stamped, friendly people

customs boke 10.94858, -14.28099

Indian food here is good, the menu is huge. It's a bit more pricey as they add tax on top but its the best restaurant in town

Wooden 9.44055, -0.84317

We wanted to camp a bit further down the road but were caught in a thunderstorm. Because of that we decided to get back to this small village. A man told us that we could set up the tent under the roof of this abandoned train station. Some people during the evening and morning but friendly and nobody sent us away. However would probably only recommend staying here with really bad weather and otherwise choose one of the other spots or just cycle 3 km or so more towards Tupiza and choose a spot between the bushes besides the road.

Abandoned train station -21.83078, -65.55025

Nice sunny camp spot with green grass on a curve in the north fork rd. Big enough for 3-4 rigs around a fire pit. Directly off the road so likely to hear traffic.

Sunny corner 35.62318, -92.99960

Huge open area at a water crossing. Several camp spots. A little rough getting in. Fun river spot for kids and a rope swing.

Water Crossing Camp 35.58795, -93.01248

Belle grande plage, espace pour mettre notre VR. Assez achalandé, et vendeurs de toutes sortes de choses. Le bruit de la route est assez présent puisque les camions doivent freiner. La vue sur la baie est magnifique. Avantage d’avoir une station de vidange.

Playa Santispac 26.76275, -111.88796

Stayed here for the April 2024 solar eclipse. The campsite is pretty great! Its got 3 sites all right next to a nice little creek. We stayed here for 3 nights waiting for the sun and the moon to line up! Its a beautiful little spot tucked away in the hills with tall forest on every side. Quiet as can be. Use to be a pit toilet here but was removed at some point. Lots of small wildlife here including frogs, salamanders and snakes! The sites were very clean and well maintained for a free spot in the woods!

You may want to be careful before going *into* the water as we spotted at least two, large snakes in the creek. We were not able to identify them but we were not willing to risk potentially getting bitten by something dangerous.

Stayed here in an AWD crossover & tent.

USF Buffalo Creek Campground 36.68922, -91.05680

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