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The map provides details of the legalities of Wild Camping in each country, together with the fines expected to pay, links and resources to databases in particular countries, travellers experience, in addition to average costs paid for camping.

Although it may be technically illegal to wild camp in some countries, some do find places where it is tolerated, others may be given permission to camp on private land, find places which are extremely remote and out of the way, and some countries may even provide facilities for free like municipal camping etc.

It is always advisable to be as low key as possible and to clean up after yourself.

The options available to people will depend on their method of transport and accommodation, i.e Places that are suitable for ground campers may not be suitable for those in vehicles with roof tents or self-contained vehicles etc.

General Links for Wild / Free Camping spots



This map is work in progress, if you have travelled recently please contribute to the data:

  • Legalities of Wild Camping
  • Possible fines
  • Your experiences with finding places to wild camp (do you know of a good area in a particular country to wild camp? Or places not advised?)
  • Quality and price of paid for camping etc.

You can add your experience to either the google sheet below / link or as a comment to this post.

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1 Comment

  1. Gb584

    India-Goa region

    No problems from locals or police on coastal beach areas in both North and South Goa. Water and dump off are not generally catered for and need to be sourced on an individual basis. More fuel stations are being opened each year so that diesel is available in the more remote areas. Some of these will sell you water but it is not advisable to use it as drinking water.


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