Campground in Park. We were too big to fit through the campground's gate (by judging it, only cars fit through) though it's ok to park on a large (but quite slopey) grassy ground that is their car park, however it's possible to electric hookup at the lampposts. Facilities at campground. Nice walks to the waterfalls (3x) 5000/pers 30.000 for large vehicles.
Camp ground has bathrooms, grill pits and picnic tables. 10000 G for vehicle plus 5000 G pp for park entrance. Large parking lot for big rigs
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No camping allowed anymore in the park. You can drive in, but have to leave the park at 5pm.Report Check-In
We parked in front of the campsite in the space indicated on Google Maps. A scooter goalkeeper arrived and asked us 20.000pp the entrance + 35,000 for our van. Thanks to the other comment I said that I did not agree with the price. He told me to go to the entrance or I was going to paid more expensive because he wanted to make a discount for the van and pay 15,000. I said no so I left at the entrance 2km further. Very nice men were there, and after talking a little with them they made me paid 10.000pp the entrance and 15,000 for the van because the price of 35,000 is for minibuses and we have a van no a minibus that's what I am explained to them. They give the excuse of COVID for price increases, negotiating with a smile always works;) and for information the park closed has 4 p.m, Enjoy!
Nous nous sommes stationnés en face du camping dans l'espace indiqué sur Google maps. Un gardien en scooter est arrivé et nous a demandé 20.000pp l'entrée + 35.000 pour notre van. Grâce au autre commentaire j'ai dit que je n'étais pas d'accord avec le prix. Il m'a dit d'aller à l'entrée ou j'allais payé plus cher car lui voulait bien nous faire une discount pour le van et qu'on paie 15.000. J'ai dit non alors je suis partie à l'entrée 2km plus loin. Des hommes très gentils étaient là, et après avoir parler un peu avec eux ils m'ont fait payé 10.000pp l'entrée et 15.000 pour le van car le prix de 35.000 est pour les minibus et nous avons un van non un minibus c'est ce que je leurs est expliquée. Ils donnent l'excuse du covid pour l'augmentation des prix, négocier avec le sourire fonctionne toujours ;) et pour information le parc fermé a 4p.m, enjoy!Report Check-In
Nice national park with a lot of potential. A lot of birds and butterfly, and the hiking trails are well designed and maintained even though a bit short.
We actually didn't sleep upthere because the access (2km of dirt road) was a bit muddy after several days of rain.
As a consequence we slept at the little camping-lanchonete just before the entrance and it was actually nice : a bathroom and toilet correctly maintained, sink and a shelter for rain for 30.000Gs for 2 people and a car.
Thus we began the trail at the Museum / Iron Fabric, only paid for the whole entrance for the Park (10.000Gs per person) and added something like 4 or 5 kilometers to the walk (back and forth)
Senderos and nature arebeautiful, see other comments.
Campground is nice but you cannot drive inside with your car, you have to park along the fence (you can sleep in a tent of course). We payed 10.000 pp and refused to pay 35.000 for our van as normal cars pay only 15.000 and if you can not park on the campsite it doesn't make sense to pay more, they accepted it.
Water was not available after 16:00, seems to happen frequently, facilities are simple and cleanish, only cold showers right now.Report Check-In
Beautiful place to camp near three waterfalls. Spent two nights here over the weekend and only shared the campground with one other group on the Saturday night. Many day visitors in the Sunday. We paid $10000pp for entry, $15000 for the car, and $20000 per tent per night for camping. $75000in total. Coming from the south was fine after rain. Only 2kms from the park entrance to the campground was dirt and our little car was ok!Report Check-In
Actual prices: 10‘000 pp entance / 15‘000 parking / 20‘000 for camping. So we payed 55‘000 for the park and to spend the night. Midweek we were alone.Report Check-In
Car entrance is low indeed. But parking lot is huge and empty midweek. After tot heavy rainy days thé three falls where wild. A lot of small waters and knee deel waters to cross if you want to do all beautifull Forest walks. Hou van walk easily untill thé iron museum. In 1865 they casted canon's in this oven. Road to la Colmena was slippery because of heavy rain, difficu!t without fourwheel drive, good clearance needed. Fred.Report Check-In
Campground in the national park very crowded in the weekend. But cheap.Report Check-In
Excelent place to come during winter and weekdays. We had the camping site just for ourselves! Only warm shower on the women's , but we both used it and it was fine. Plugs to charge up stuff and beautiful waterfalls. Friendly staff, well marked short trails.Report Check-In
It's been a while and I can't remember the exact price. We are with a motorcycle and I believe we didn't have to pay for it. Just for the two persons.
Nice campsite very close to the waterfall. Cars camp on the side of the road. The campsite is only for tents and blocked for vehicles, no problem for a motorbike. Parked next to our tent. Bathroom was dirty.
beautiful place, well worth the detour. we arrived at the weekend in summer... BIG mistake :-) hideously overcrowded. So we stayed until Monday and had the place all to ourselves. swimming under the waterfalls is lovely in the heat. we paid 10,000G pppd to get in the park and 5,000 per night to park-up the truck.Report Check-In
We were surprised that nobody wrote something about the "adventurous" road, but later we understood that the other overlanders probably have entered the park from the south, which is an asphalt road. We came from the north (from the town "La Colmena"), this is a sand road with a lot of big rocks and the road gets pretty steep at some points. We (and mainly our car) were shaken quite heavily so we would recommend to enter the park from the south!!!!
We payed 5.000 p.p. and 10.000 for our Land Rover. Facilities were bad: no water, no flush possible in the toilets, no electricity. Probably because it's low season and we were the only ones. We told the rangers, but inspite of what they promised, it wasn't switched on until we left the day after!
But the walks are really nice and I can imagine in summer it's great to have a swim under the waterfall.
a very nice big place, with a small river for swimming, a waterfall, and lots of nature around. Worth to go there. There are cold showers and toilets, the coditions are just acceptable and on some lightposts is power available. Bring all what you need with you. Cars and Motorhomes have to stay beside the campground along the fance. We paid 5000 G p/p and 30000 G for our rv.Report Check-In
This is the camp ground for National Park Ybycui. Nice little place where you can swim in the waterfalls. Camp ground has bathrooms, grill pits and picnic tables. 10000 G for vehicle plus 5000 G pp for park entrance. Large parking lot for big rigsReport Check-In
Campground in Park. We were too big to fit through the campground's gate (by judging it, only cars fit through) though it's ok to park on a large (but quite slopey) grassy ground that is their car park, however it's possible to electric hookup at the lampposts. Facilities at campground. Nice walks to the waterfalls (3x) 5000/pers 30.000 for large vehicles.Report Check-In