5 Underrated Glamping Sites in The Philippines

Tablas Point is one of the many attractive glamping sites in the Philippines. If you’re new to this trend, glamping is a portmanteau of the words glamorous and camping. It’s a new kind of travel, where you get to the camping site, but you don’t have to build your fire, put up your tent, and ready your sleeping bag. When you get to the camping site, the tent has already been put up for you and you’ve got beds that’s probably even better than what you’ve got at home. Glamping sites could also have yurts, huts, or cabins instead of tents. The point of glamping is to give people who are into travel the positive experience of camping without the negatives such as the small sleeping space, the uncomfortable ground, and the dark wilderness outside. Now if this sounds exciting to you, here are some glamping sites in the country you should go check out.

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Nurture Wellness Village

Location: Pulong Sagingan, Barangay Maitim II West Luzon 4120, Tagaytay, Cavite
Contact number: (02) 710 97 86

Nurture Wellness Village is a hotel and spa in Tagaytay City. Aside from the glamping experience in tents under the cool shade of the trees, the hotel also offers spa therapies in Ifugao themed rooms. Hotel accommodations are also available, and they are open to guests celebrating their wedding, and hosting business events and team building excursions in the venue.

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Casa Antonio Vacations

Location: Beach Calatagan, Batangas
Contact: 425 33 67

If you think a nice view, cool shade, nature, and a nice tent and bed are all there is to glamping, then you thought wrong. Casa Antonio Vacations located in Calatagan, Batangas, also offers access to their beach club. And if that’s not enough for you, paddle boards, jet skis, and kayaks are available for you to rent.

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Tablas Point

Location: Agnamic, Sante Fe, Tablas Island Romblon                                                                                                      Contact: 0998 532 4149

You’d surely be entertained during your entire stay here in this resort. They have a lot to offer from its virgin underwater world with bio diverse makeup to its hills that offers a view of the beach, these are sites that are truly worth seeing. They do not only offer beach activities, but some exciting underwater actions such as snorkeling, mermaid swimming and diving. Aside from these physical activities, this place would surely please your palettes and feed your soul with their local dishes. One more tip, try to mingle more with the locals, they’re one of the nicest people I know.

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Easy Adventure

Location: Charlie’s Point, Reserva, Baler, Aurora
Contact: 0916 767 7971

If for some reason, you’re not the type to just lie in bed to actually just rest when you’re on vacation, then maybe Easy Adventure in Aurora is perfect for you. You can spend your day or days in the glamping site swimming and surfer in the river. At night, you can enjoy the lights as fireflies start to decorate the green nature. Aside from the comfy tent and bed, you even get 24/7 butlers. Maybe one of them is named Alfred or Jarvis.

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Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort

Location: Sumilon Island, Oslob, Cebu
Contact: 0917 631 7512

This choice is a bit pricy, but when you’ve got an entire island to yourself, would you really complain? The view consists of blue waters, white sand beaches, and together with your luxurious tent with two beds, you get your own mini bar! Should you decide you’re done lounging around on your bed, you can go swimming in their infinity pool, scuba diving and snorkeling, and even go on a cave tour. You probably will not run out of activities at the island resort.

Summer’s here so what are you waiting for? Don’t these resorts just make you want to take a vacation?

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