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There are three parking spots at the campground, no big rigs will fit. The camp sites are cordoned off to give you some space but this does not seem to stop other travelers from pitching tents right next to yours in the middle of the night.
in april 19 we paid 8000clp pp. she initially asked for 9000pp.
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we stay with our camper on a small truck and another van was also there. outside kitchen is very small but an option to be protected from the wind. we payed 10.000 pp. The lady ask different prices according to the face of the customer. A German couple payed double (20000 pp) and some Chilean guys only 7000 pp. So you should negotiate. No price list at the entrance...Report Check-In
Grass backyard for camping. Really clean kitchens and bathrooms (inside and outside). Really good showers. 7000 pp, so you get a nice and clean placeReport Check-In
We spent quite days in this spot in walking distance to everything. Wifi super fast (skype, netflix, etc.) in a heated common room. Two kitchens (one inside the hostel and one in an outside cabanas free to use. Stayed with our van, no tentcampers but the places on the grass looked decent. Showers and toilet facilities were cleaned daily.Report Check-In
ok place but not much choice at this time of the year. price is now 9000pp, but we got it for 8000pp.
the shower is the highlight of the place.
We stayed here one night with the van after arriving from Torres del Paine. I guess more than one van wouldn't fit though. WIFI worked very well inside. Facilities above average: clean and heated (!). Common room heated too and very clean. Recommended from our side.Report Check-In
It was open. The bathrooms are new and clean, much better than the ones in the hostel. And it has camping tables and it is a nice set up. We were happy with it.Report Check-In
Couldent find it, ir is not open...Report Check-In
7000 pesos per person, the electricity for the campervan another 1000 pesos.Report Check-In
OK. People not particularly friendly or helpful and for what you get it's expensive at 7000 Chilean pesos PER PERSON per night (inc campervan). Only room for one max 6.5 m long camper really. Usual grubby bathrooms (2 each with a loo & hot shower. Not cleaned in the 2 days we were there and the place was full although small. Kitchen only had cold water. WiFi very intermittent & had to ask them to reset it several times and even then it didn't always work. Doesn't reach pitches but usually ok in the nice warm area inside.Report Check-In
Closed for the seasonReport Check-In
we stays four days at jomar 2 in the camping. lot of people in the back area but still ok for to sleep in peace. WiFi is ok inside the hotel. the owners were great and try as much they can to keep jomar clean . they kept ours luggage during the trekking but you have to pay the tiket from there wich is cheapest than terminal . 5000 pesos chl per night.Report Check-In
Ok wifi, but limited to a certain number of people at a time, that certain number is way less than the amount of people at the hostel though. Good hot shower but bathrooms were very dirty and there was trash piles stacked right next to the car camp area. Wish there was another option in town. Not the worst, not the best.Report Check-In
was closed when we arrived with no signs suggesting if or when it would re-open.Report Check-In
just a hostel. fast internet and hot showers 7000ppReport Check-In
We needed some internet for work and a hot shower. That's what the place provided. Slightly expensive at 6000 per person. The camping is a grass/dirt lot with wooden dividers, for wind protection/privacy. Not much space for vehicles but there were three, one of them quite large. Nothing for long RVs though. The outside kitchen is tiny and not very functional. Common room and kitchen inside are ok and heated. Careful if you travel with pets or small kids - they had rat poison bates laying around everywhere.Report Check-In
on crossing MC lean with Bulnes Street. centre is walkable. Good showers.Report Check-In
Open. 6000 per person. Only few small sitios. Showers good. Small kitchen. You can sit inside.Report Check-In
Camping Josmar 2 is now here! CLP 6.000 each so a bit pricy but if you need a shower post Torres del Paine..Report Check-In
The camping is closedReport Check-In
This campsite and hostel are now closed down, we wild camped on the main squareReport Check-In
If you are tired of the wind and rain. Good value for price hotel in expensive Puerto Natales. Just one block from the plaza. Spacious clean rooms with private bathrooms. Good and fast wifi. They have a small parking lot in front of the entrance. We paid 35'000 pesos per room incl breakfast.Report Check-In
The place looked full when we pulled in (three overland vehicles packed like sardines), but they let us camp for the night double parked behind them. Hot showers which are a bit run down and unpredictable wifi. Very overpriced for what you get, but only game in town. 12,000 for two. It was fine for a night.Report Check-In
Convenient camp siteReport Check-In
Only organized campground in town. Tenuous wifi available, big rigs welcome though tight for spaces. Hot showers, bathrooms, electricity, water, and a kitchen to cook in are all available to campers. Hostel is also available and a small restaurant on-site serves simple meals. Good place to stay.Report Check-In
Paid 12000 pesos for two people and the truck. Dirty and small but OK. No wifi at our site close to the house.Report Check-In
Great place to stay. We were able to park our big Ford F-350 van here. Hot showers and Internet inside the building where it's cozy and warm!Report Check-In
There are three parking spots at the campground, No big rigs will fit. The camp sites are cordoned off to give you some space but this does not seem to stop other travelers from pitching tents right next to yours in the middle of the night. Good news is there is a brewery in the main square with burgers the size of your face, stumbling distance away.Report Check-In
Nice owner. Basically for tents only, but you can stay on their parking lots.
Price:10000 Chiliean PesosReport Check-In
centrally located, very nice owner, heated common room, hot showers, nice pitchesReport Check-In
Right in the city center. Small campground with tent sites. As an RV camper you can only park in the tiny parking lot. Rustic bathrooms, hot showers, Slow Free WIFI.
Unfortunately we noticed the next day that we were cheated regarding the price
While all the other campers paid 4,000 chil. Pesos / person there was a spontaneous increase of 25% for us!Report Check-In
Camping in city center Puerto Natales. Basic facilities, a little run down, but no problems.No internet
Price: 9000 pesosReport Check-In
Amenities: 4.5 / cost: 4 / quality: 3. Expensive but central. Slow wifi in the admin building sitting room. It is set up for tent campers but there is ample space for two overland rigs. Elec means plugging in only to run your lights, a hair dryer will blow the circuit.
CH$4,500 per person, $2,000 for weak elec, “lights only”.Report Check-In