The many great options for camping in Mexico include the area surrounding Manzanillo. With exuberant plant life, stunning scenery, and an extensive range of activities to complement the natural scenery, Manzanilla camping is a good choice.
As a destination that receives visitors from around the world, Manzanillo offers food, safety, and comfortable facilities, making camping a relaxing experience.
Natura Camp, which is northeast on highway 98 from Manzanillo to Minatitlán, is designed for those wanting to escape big hotels and get into the wilds along the coast.
Manzanillo camping facilities have been built along ecotourism lines, making this a special camping area for enjoying tranquility and nature.
Another option is to set up camp in Ventanas, near the Laguna de Cuyutlán. Here there is a small beach, which although not recommended for swimming because of the cliffs, has lovely views of impressive rock formations.
Other interesting camping options are the Marabasco River in the ejido (community-owned land) of El Centinela, 29 miles northwest of Manzanillo, and Isla Navidad, which is 40 miles away.
In Mexico, campgrounds are a good choice for those wishing to have direct contact with nature in a variety of settings with good amenities.