Camping El Shaddai | Established Campground

Brazil

Details

Verified:
over 1 year ago
Altitude:
16.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Largish sandy campground, just off the main road. 30pp per night. Large tarp shelters around which seem to protect tents and people from fruit falling out of the trees above. Elmo, the friendly owner, speaks Portuguese, Japanese and a little English. WiFi, power, good bathroom block - we were happy to find this place. Parking for vehicles is just on front of each palapa, and if the place is busy I think it wouldn't be so nice? We were the only ones staying so we had the entire place to ourselves. Bit of road noise. If you're a big-rig don't worry about the low entrance gate, they have another larger entrance hidden down the lane on the left side of the site.

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Helmos is a great guy, his mom too! very helpful, the camping is well manteined, has space for any cars, highly recommend, 100 meter from the beach... WARNING!!! if you stop here, ask for the ice cream!!! is the best in the world! Helmos is a Master Ice cream maker, with the cheapest price as you can get! Even if will not stop come here to eat his ice cream, is the best I ever tasted in whole world!

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We arrived on a weekday, soon after school holidays were over. Not busy and Helmo greeted us warmly. Entry gate not quite 3m but you can enter via the street to the left without height restruction. Helmo speaks some pretty good English. Charged us R50 per night and since we wanted to stay more than one night, didn't charge extra for power to run our AC. He helped us with a few things with a smile. Good wifi although at times it does crap out for a minute. 4G Vivo signal. Bathrooms are large and clean. Dish washing and laundry sinks. We were able to park on grass. Not the fanciest place but good price. Recommend.

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Great camping, very helpful family. It has a great structure for any type of traveler

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A good enough place to stop for a night or 2. The ground is sandy in places and grassy in others, but there's plenty of space and it's close to a long beach and good supermarket. Toilets, showers etc are well maintained and clean, plus extra sinks for washing clothes. We paid 50 for 2 in our van.

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Great Place and owner. More quiet than expected, we did not hear the road. 60 for two and the big rig, 220 V, water, clean showers and toilets. Beach across street. Very good WiFi. Thanks for the icecream!

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clean,we paid 25 rs pp. very nice owner.

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During carneval, it's 45Rs per person and night.

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Great place to camp, has all amenities including fast WiFi. Charged me 30 Reales per night for 1 person and camper. Easy walk to beach across the street, supermarket, bar and restaurants.

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The Campground itself looks not so nice, but if you need good Internet than you are find it here. And Elmo the owner is a nice and helpful guy.

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we are out of season. they do some work in the camping but still working. clean and hot shower. 60/2pp and rv.

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Not a bad spot. Just across the road from the beach and near bars, shops and restaurants. In peak season it was full but the friendly guy found space for us. Surprisingly peaceful given how busy it was, but try to pick a spot away from the road to avoid traffic noise. 25R pppn.

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Largish sandy campground, just off the main road. 25pp per night. Large tarp shelters around which seem to protect tents and people from fruit falling out of the trees above. Elmo, the friendly owner, speaks Portuguese, Japanese and a little English. WiFi, power, good bathroom block - we were happy to find this place. Parking for vehicles is just on front of each palapa, and if the place is busy I think it wouldn't be so nice? We were the only ones staying so we had the entire place to ourselves. Bit of road noise.

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