Half built village | Wild Camping

Peru

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Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
39.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
#motobellerbys

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

One of those "let's build some houses but not quite finish it" projects down by the sea. lots of shelter from the wind in the houses(they have no roofs). Also benches for cooking on etc. you could potentially hide a big rig. motos and small vehicles easily hidden. local fishermen had no problem with us being here. A bit of road noise during the night.

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Very good place to spend the night, flat area right by the sea in the middle of the abandoned village. No one by night and just one fisherman in the morning.

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Great wildcamp by the sea. We drove through the houses and between the rocks where there is a nice flat area that is a bit shielded from the wind and close to the sea. Very quiet at night although you are just below the highway. Noone around. A little bit of trash. Please pick up some trash and keep it clean.

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Good place to spend the night when doing the Nazca - Arequipa stretch. Many leveled parking options. Some noise and visible from the Panamericana, but ok. Nobody around. We managed to park our big rig behind an abandoned house for wind shelter.

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Yes this was incredible.
There was a very friendly family living in one of the many sites, since it’s sea kelp season and they collect it in the early morning to sell.
They said the sites are only used in February by its owners. Empty the rest of the year. Said it’s very safe to camp there.
They made me dinner and gave me fruit for breakfast. Beautiful sunsets too.

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Abandonned village with super nice views and sun downer!! Good to spent the night

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Paramos dos noches en este hermoso lugar,es como un pueblo abandonado, donde las casas por terminar te dan abrigo del viento, los lugareños nos trataron muy bien hasta nos regalaron pulpo y erizos, súper recomendable parar, y pasar unos días ahí

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If you're doing the Nasca to Arequipa stretch, make sure this is your place to crash for the night. A lot of the ones to the north of this spot are joke worthy. Lots of places to find shelter and great to explore in the morning. Beautiful coastline.

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Stayed here both on our way north from Arequipa to Lima. And, timing worked out for us to stay here on our way back south as well. Fantastic little find just outside the little town. Good wind protection from big rock formations and some of the existing walls. Great find. Little hidden from the road, so take it slow when approaching the coordinates.

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One of those "let's build some houses but not quite finish it" projects down by the sea. lots of shelter from the wind in the houses(they have no roofs). Also benches for cooking on etc. you could potentially hide a big rig. motos and small vehicles easily hidden. local fishermen had no problem with us being here. A bit of road noise during the night.

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