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Great site by one of the wooden bridges. Clean. Perfectly flat. By the water. Only disadvantage is you are visible from the road, but there is very little traffic.
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The bridge is already been gone for many years, as there are only a few small remains of the wooden tribes of the bridge.
But on the former ramp you have a great view over the water and enough space for a big rig. We had a quiet night and only a few trucks in the early morning.
True about the mozzies, they attacked the car with an blood lust rarely seen. Good thing my muskieto net held them abay. Worse were the trucks driving by every hour of the night. Stunning views, but not a perfect place.Report Check-In
Not possible anymore, the bridge is removed, the road makes a detour where the overnight spot used to be.Report Check-In
mosquitoes are the size of elephants, as numerous as French in a brothel, and as angry as a scouser without beer.Report Check-In
Good place. Tons of mosquitoes. Fun to go out in the night, turn on the headlamp and see houndreds of eyes staring at you. Most are Caymans. Trucks will start passing at 6 am and throw dust. But you should be up earlier to see and hear the show nature offers before sunset! Birds screaming, fish jumping... never saw so much together at one spot in my life!Report Check-In
Nice place to stay vor a night. Quite next to the bridge. Caimans near by.Report Check-In
Flooded this time a year. We pulled up on the side of the road instead, not as nice, but does the trick.
P.S. Can't believe anybody swam here, there's loads of caymans around and just 7km further at the ferry they fish piranha!!Report Check-In
VERY enthusiastic welcome from millions of mosquitos desperate to breed. Room for a couple of vehicles.
Once night fell, I could see 4 caymen, 100 bats, 1000 fireflies, and a billion stars. And no mozzies.
Beautiful scenery with a nice sound of the birds and insects. Some garbage around and a lot of mosquitos. The first curious fishermen came st 6am.Report Check-In
Stayed here for a night. Lovely wildcamp, large flat area right on the waters edge and away from the road - although a very quiet road anyway. We spotted a cayman, plenty of bird life and bats living in the big tree.Report Check-In