9 of the Best Glamping Spots in the Philippines

You don’t always have to rough it out.

Nurture Wellness Village (Tagaytay)

PHP P3,190 per person inclusive of BBQ dinner, breakfast and a 30-minute outdoor treatment choice of facial or foot massage
(+63) 918.888.8772 or (+632) 710.9786 | nurturewellnessvillage.com

Take a refreshing dip in the pool during your downtime or ask one of the camp butlers to light up a bonfire at night. The tents are naturally ventilated and the Bali-inspired ambiance makes the place look even more relaxing.

Nurture Spa Glamping

The Easy Adventure (Baler)

PHP2,300 per person for one night, two days in quadruple sharing, inclusive of breakfast, lunch, merienda and dinner on a weekday, and PHP3,200 for the same package on a weekend.
(+63) 916.767.7971 | myeasyadventure.com

(You can also check out other hip places to stay in Baler here.)

The campsite, which is located by the beachfront, has tents complete with soft beds, private outdoor picnic table, rechargeable lamps and a fan. The package also comes with 24/7 butler service so you have nothing to worry about.

Clearwater Resort (Clark, Pampanga)

(+6345) 889.5151 or (+63) 917.520.4403 | clearwaterphilippines.com

The resort’s outback tents are basically a hotel room hidden inside a tent. It comes with air conditioning and en suite bathroom.

clearwater_outback_tent

Nayomi Sanctuary Resort (Balete, Batangas)

(+632) 645.3092 | nayomiresort.com

Get to be one their first guests as Nayomi Sanctuary Resort launches their glamping sites this summer 2016. Activities in the area include hiking, biking, a tour in Taal Volcano and exciting water sports.

Waling-waling Island Resorts (Calaguas Island, Vinzons, Camarines Norte)

PHP3,000 for the cabana (max 4 pax) and PHP7,800 for the kubol (max 6 pax)
(+63) 915.100.0000 or (+63) 912.600.0000 | walingecovillage.com

The resort has an off-the-grid appeal with eight kubols and 14 cabanas. The kubols have an open air living room in the ground floor, a spacious room upstairs and bathroom.

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