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We camped on the grassy parking lot of the museum. On facilities after the opening hours of the museum (8-16). Night guard walked around at night. Next to the road, but no traffic at night. The road up to Tierradentro is rough and narrow, but no problem for a 2 wheel drive. We camped next to a French Mercedes Sprinter. Price: free
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No camping possible so changed to sight.....Report Check-In
Attention: the entire site, including museum, is closed every FIRST TUESDAY of the month for maintenance. Plan accordingly!
Also: the entrance to the parking lot is too low for tall rigs, anything above 3m. We left ours at El Refugio.
No longer offer parking after 6.Report Check-In
Camping not allowed here, not sure why. You can park for the day for free. Its secure with security guards around however the car needs to be out by 6.Report Check-In
We did not camp her (stayd for 2 nights at the hotel refugio with pool) but the price for one person to visit the thumbs are 20000 pesos and the ticket is valid for 2 daysReport Check-In
We didn't camp here and we're glad we didn't try. Traveling with parents in tow, we opted instead to book a private trip with a tour agency from Popayan and we're so glad we went his route. 70% of the road was fine, but the 30% that was rough and/or under construction would have been too much for our '87 Westy and our parents to handle. Our driver did say that most of the construction would be done by 2016 so should be smooth sailing then. There were just a few places where we might not have been able to get out of the mud or deal well with the unevenness. High clearance 2WD folks with stronger nerves and/or 4WD vehicles should be fine. The hike up to the site itself was well worth it - amazing place to visit.Report Check-In
Parking only during the day. Moved to the Luzern place for the night.Report Check-In
The guard told us we could not camp here, but we arrived after closing at 4pm, so maybe they would allow it if you arrive earlier. Right next door is Hospedaje Lucern (cant remember exact name). we paid 10k for the night. They have room for one vehicle and warm showers, toilets without seats. We also stayed one night at the restaurant/hospedaje about 100m up the road on the left. Same price 10k, but very cold showers and also no toilet seats. The food was OK and cheap.Report Check-In
We camped on the grassy parking lot of the museum. On facilities after the opening hours of the museum (8-16). Night guard walked around at night. Next to the road, but no traffic at night. The road up to Tierradentro is rough and narrow, but no problem for a 2 wheel drive. We camped next to a French Mercedes Sprinter.
Price: freeReport Check-In