Sleeping on a moonlit beach while hearing the crashing waves sounds romantic, but not everyone can deal with the hassle of conventional camping. Fret not. If you’re feeling fancy, you can always go the trendy glamping route.
Glamorous camping or “glamping” is basically having all the adventure of camping but with some of the comforts of home—that means no more bringing along your own bed rolls and being constantly worried with some sleep-depriving concerns. Here’s a round-up of the best glamping sites in the Philippines to get you started with your planning:
Aetas Glamping (El Nido)
Make your El Nido trip more memorable and try glamping at this place, located just eight minutes away from the beach. Each tent is provided with games like chess board and playing cards, as well as some local sweets. Guests can also request for a pickup/drop off to and from the transportation terminal or El Nido airport.
Casa Antonio (Calatagan, Batangas)
PHP 2,000 per person for a group of 10 inclusive of all meals
(+632) 425.3367 or (+63) 929.823.3850 | Book here.
Have the whole place all to yourselves and even have pool access to an exclusive beach club nearby. There will also be a helper who can assist you to make your stay more comfortable.
Bluewater Sumilon Beach Resort (Oslob, Cebu)
Around PHP8,196.72 per night for two guests inclusive of full board meals and roundtrip boat transfers
(+632) 318.3129 or (+63) 917.631.7512 | email@example.com
The spacious tent comes with two beds, mini bar table, closet, toiletries and chairs. The resort can also arrange fun activities like island trekking, lagoon fishing, beach combing and stargazing.
Crystal Beach Resort (San Narciso, Zambales)
PHP2,400 for up to three persons and P800 for extra persons, inclusive of breakfast
(+63) 917.545.2791 or (+6347) 603.147 | firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the top resorts in Zambales also offers glamping. The vibe is very laidback and the resort has volleyball and surfing facilities.