5 Cool Philippines Glamping Sites

Also known as luxury camping, boutique camping, or comfy camping, glamorous camping or glamping is today’s elegant way of camping. Think pre-pitched tents, cozy lighting, chic furniture, comfy beds, soft pillows, and many other amenities usually enjoyed in hotels. That’s the summary of it: You’ll stay in a hotel, but instead of getting rooms you get tents. Now there are lots of Philippines glamping sites, some of which have just recently been made available. Check out five of them below:

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5 Romantic Philippines Glamping Sites

8 Suites Tagaytay

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Photo via 8suites.com

8 Suites Tagaytay is a stylish boutique hotel that’s just a short drive away from Manila, and it’s near other favorite spots like Vireya Tagaytay Highlands, Sonya’s Garden, and Sky Ranch. Their glamping packages feature Bohemian-inspired tents that have comfortable mattresses lined with white satin sheets, fluffy pillows, and a mosquito net. Packages are available for two or four persons. And each comes with a welcome drink, breakfast, S’mores by the garden during evenings, and even a board game of your choice. Extras are also available upon your request, including chalkboard signs, stand-up mirrors, and clothes racks.

Tablas Point

From snorkeling to motorbike sightseeing, Tablas Point in Romblon has lots of activities for you to enjoy. They also have Safari Tents, a one-of-a-kind tent built from wood and bamboo, and with Nipa roofings. Each tent sports a king sized bed, a private bathroom complete with toiletries; and a breathtaking view of the pristine beach outside. Housekeeping and laundry services are also included in the package. And a nanny is available to take care of your kids upon request.

The Birdhouse

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Bacuit Bay. Flickr: Dan Lundberg / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Birdhouse in El Nido, Palawan offers you an excellent glamping experience in one of the most beautiful locations in the Philippines. Each of their “nests” is uniquely designed, can accommodate up to four people, and come with lots of eco-friendly amenities. These niceties include two single beds, a queen-sized bed, a private bathroom, outdoor spaces for lounging, and many more. The hotel also offers you picturesque views of Bacuit Bay, Cadlao Island, and Helicopter Island. And since birds and other wildlife surround the area, you’ll get to see some impressive fauna as well.

Crystal Beach Resort

Newly built highways made Crystal Beach Resort in Zambales one of the closest surfing sites outside Manila. And it lets you enjoy an excellent glamping experience by the beach. Their camping package includes a pavilion-type tent, two single bed mattresses, an electric fan, and a complimentary breakfast meal. For a less glamorous camping experience in Zambales, consider Nagsasa Cove.

Nayomi Sanctuary Resort

Glamping accommodations are recent additions to the staycation packages offered by Nayomi Sanctuary Resort in Batangas. Still, with amenities such as an electric mosquito net, a wooden chest, an industrial electric fan, a private bathroom, and many others, you can rest assured that you would have a stylish and comfortable glamping experience there. Each of their tents can fit seven to nine persons. And they allow you to enjoy the spectacular landscapes of the resort. Take note, though, that they have no Wifi since the hotel encourages their guests to reconnect with nature and enjoy each other’s company.

Go Glamping Now!

Glamping sites in the Philippines lets you enjoy the escapism and adventures of real camping without any of the downsides that come with it. So if you feel like giving it a try, then you might as well take your pick of the sites mentioned above.

About Angelo Castelda

Angelo Castelda works as a contributor for a news magazine in Singapore. He has a refined interest in food and beverages and loves to seek varieties of food experiences around the world.

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