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4353m. Camping free with NP entrance fee
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Shallow and no flamingos for us. The rangers have blocked the access to the shore with stones so I guess camping there is not possible anymore. Except if you camp/sleep on the dirt track.Report Check-In
At this time there wasn’t much water in the lagoon and zero flamingos. Very windy and not very appealing — the camp at the geysers is much much nicer.Report Check-In
We came from the south entrance to the lagoon. Beautiful park around the Sajama. The lagoon at this time was not very big but with the flamingos and the vicunas really recommended.Report Check-In
The lake it's self is ok, not going to set your world on fire. But the flamingos and vicunas here are great. Huge flock of flamingos makes for some great photos with the volcanos in the background. If windy sandy camp sites are your thing you can camp here too, up near the geysers is nicer.Report Check-In
Walked around the lake to admire the flamingos and vicuñas. Late afternoon/sunset are better for photos although may be windier and colder. Very nice spot :)Report Check-In
we stayed here overnight with our 4x4 motorhome and it was nice and quiet. we saw also around 30 flamingos .Report Check-In
100 Bob park entry fee now. Cannot park on the lake sure (but can camp there). Lovely spot.Report Check-In
We visited this place, but wouldn't want to camp here due to the swarms of flies.Report Check-In
4353m. Camping free with NP entry fee: B/30 per person. No facilities