Urwaldschutzprojekt in Paraguay braucht Eure Hilfe: Pro Cosara

Sicherheit in Südamerika? (Sonstiges)

IVECO Tony @, Wherever., Donnerstag, 14. September 2017, 07:22 (vor 38 Tagen) @ edigus
bearbeitet von IVECO Tony, Donnerstag, 14. September 2017, 07:33

It sounds as if you would be much happier staying back home rather than risking your life and property free camping like we have been doing all over South America without incident.

The alternative is to follow some universal words of wisdom

"No matter how deep a study you make, what you really have to rely on is your own intuition, and when it comes down to it, you really don't know what's going to happen until you do it."
Konosuke Matsushita

BTW iOverlander IS the best source of information regarding camping spots including wild camping and established campgrounds. If it was even 1/100th as dangerous as you believe, wouldn't this be immediately reflected in the comments people submit when they add a place to iOverlander. Some places have many checkins for satisfied happy campers and that just would not happen if they were dangerous.

Re Mexico - same deal as South America - in nearly three months on the mainland we free camped about half the number of nights and then in another trip to Baja we also free camped as often as possible.

Tony Lee
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