Cabanas Los Orozco

Ramal Ruta 9 - Parada 1, Rocha, Uruguay | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on Ramal Ruta 9 - Parada 1, Rocha, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Rocha

Storms, buckets and dunes

A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Jan 23, 2013

25 photos

... or solar panels, hot showers could only be found in the few hostels. The village is a collection of multi-hued shoe-box houses, some look like colourful patchwork blankets, some are painted with images of fish and other sea-creatures, and its perched on a huge dune, some 4000 years old. On the coast you can see some seals and sea-lions. What an experience it was to stay in this place, how wonderfully unique Cabo Polonio is!

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Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... painless. We knew it took around 5 hours from the instructions we received from the organisation, but other than that we just had to hope the driver took pity on us and called out when we arrived. Thankfully he did, and we were deposited at the side of a random country road in the pitch dark with only a rough idea of what direction to head in. The place was actually pretty easy to find, we just headed for the sea and came across the wooden lodge just off the beach. When we approached ...

A day out with the hippies

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy on Feb 15, 2012

4 comments, 20 photos

... we must have looked just as ridiculous with our overnight bags on the beach and Katya was carrying a national geographic tripod as well. National Geographic tripodīs are definitely not made from a super light titanium type metal...but of course itīs still light at this stage.

To get to Cavo Polonio you have to cross the dunes, to get to the dunes, you have to do a a river crossing that might rival the otter trail from a depth perspective and being ...

A whole lot of nothing

A travel blog entry by touristtom on Jan 31, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... they weren’t as predominant here as they were in Punte, as this might have kept my interest for a bit longer). We also checked out a number of cute little shops along the main street that were full of **** that mum would have appreciated. Unfortunately it’s not Mothers Day for another few months, so we didn’t get her anything. It was also here that I tried Fernet and Cola (a ...

Uruguay - Sorry we're closed

A travel blog entry by andyryder on May 20, 2011

18 photos

... but the estate agent was closed, so we headed further north. Apparently there are some real bargains to be had here in low season, but the trouble was, we couldn't find anywhere open to get them. We ended up driving back to La Paloma where we booked into a cabana that looked just like something Bilbo Baggins would live in. When we checked in, Mrs Miggins asked us if we wanted a TV, when we said yes, she went to the back room ...