March 11, 2017

Santorini of the South: Camp Netanya in Batangas

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    Who would have thought that Santorini was just more than a two-hour drive away from Manila?

    Located in Anilao, Batangas, Camp Netanya Resort and Spa is truly a perfect destination where you can admire the beauty of Batangas as if you were in Greece.

    Camp Netanya

    This Batangas resort has made rounds in social media because of its elegance that will make you feel like you are in Santorini.  Its signature blue and white structure which resemble those in Santorini make it a tourist spot in the Philippines especially for travelers who want to have an escape away from the city.

    Wine Bar

    Camp Netanya Resort and Spa houses 43 guest rooms and villas for its accommodation. It also has its own dive shop and wellness center to make your stay more enjoyable with the amount of activities they offer. Since Anilao is known for its number of dive sites, Camp Netanya is a great place to stay if you’re planning to explore the underwater while having a nice and comfortable accommodation for your vacation.


    Aside from the accommodation, Camp Netanya’s facilities are also commendable. They have swimming pool, business center, souvenir shop, music lounge, and even kids’ camp, library, and water rides. If you wish to soothe your senses then you should also try their spa services after a long day of adventure in Batangas.

    Make sure to add Camp Netanya in Batangas to your Travel Goals this 2017!

    *Images grabbed from Camp Netanya’s Facebook page and website


    Address: Brgy. Ligaya, Anilao Mabini, Batangas


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    Mobile: +63 939 7535 074 | +63 927 8954 092


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