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Tikal National Park Campground

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Camping at Tikal was part if our group tour and not something I would necessarily have booked myself. However I'm glad we did as it is pretty cool! The tents are a reasonable size and came with all the bedding needed. You need a torch,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We opted to stay in campground at Tikal (This is the basic camping and cheapest option on site) Myself and my girlfriend have quite divergent views on it which I think reflects people’s comments here You need camping ticket bought at gate one (extra 50q...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We rented a tent for 100qs. We were happy to pay it as the guard was very friendly and put it up straight away. We chose not to use the facilities onsite but had a beer at a nearby bar to use wifi and bathroom....More

1  Thank Lucy C
Reviewed 30 January 2018

We got to Tikal with a shuttle booked at our hostel in Flores (Q80/p). We left at 12 from Flores (we would have left later but it was the last shuttle), planning to spend the night at the camping site and visit Tikal the day...More

Thank Sebastien T
Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile

We stayed here for 2 nights/3 days and we would highly recommend staying for at least a night or ideally more. The facilities (toilets and showers) were very basic and only accessible by asking the care taker who was a very friendly man always around...More

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At 70q a night for a tent, this is by far the most affordable option within the Tikal park. Hard to reserve in advance, but show up early and ask for the campground.
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30 July 2016|
Response from Cindy O | Reviewed this property |
No we did not
22 May 2016|
Response from Harmony P |
i know a number of overlanders have camped there in their own vehicles.
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"No rooms! In the high seasons, there might be more of a demand, but we arrived at 10AM and there were..."
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"this is a camping grounds in tikal."
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"If you really like to explore and see lots of wildlife stay over night, can cost as little as a few dollars..."
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"it is gonna be a bit noisy! esp at dusk. it is pretty cool tho. I will sleep when I am dead....lol"
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