Migrants at the Calais camp known at The Jungle say far fewer of them are managing to stow away on lorries and trains heading to the UK.
A tall security fence is evidence of how security has been strengthened over the last six months.
It comes as Sky News filmed the camp in 360 degrees, giving a unique perspective into the muddy, dank conditions endured by around 6,000 people.
We were told that a few months ago as many as 40 migrants a day were getting to England illegally. Anecdotally, that figure has dropped to just a couple of people a day.
Conditions in the camp are pretty grim at the moment.
It is cold, and in a place akin to a shanty town The Jungle quickly turns muddy and miserable.
Our 360 shot shows the ramshackle row of cafes and shops in an area known as Afghan Square. There is a sense that some people are putting down roots at the camp.
Outside one of the main entrances there is a line of police vans and an area bulldozed to create a kind of buffer zone between the camp and the road to Calais.
There are currently around 6,000 people living in The Jungle. The different nationalities keep themselves to themselves – we came across Syrians, Afghans, even Kuwaitis.
Although one of the churches and a mosque have recently been demolished there are still places of worship.
It is incredible to get a 360 look around a church which has a real sense of serenity and acts as a focal point in a community which is so transient.