April 05, 2017

5 Glamping Spots in PH that You Need to Visit this Summer

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  • Some like their vacations glamorous – complete with the best amenities and the most luxurious kind of accommodation they could have.Some like it simple, and would rather pitch a tent by the beach, camp, and gather ‘round a bonfire come night time. Some cannot pick from the two and would like to have a mix of both. The result? A new kind of travel which is sure to give wanderlusts a new way to escape from the city and be one with nature.

    Glamping is a fusion of two words: glamour and camping. It is basically a new kind of experiencing the beauty of the great outdoors without skimping on luxury. Glampers have the chance to stay in a pitch tent, but it’s complete with every kind of thing – from airbeds to electrical sockets – you might need to make their stay one of the most comfortable they could have.

    If you’re wondering where you could try glamping and see what everyone is raving about, worry not as we give you 5 glamping spots you could visit this summer:

    Nurture Wellness Village in Tagaytay

    Tagged as one of the Best Hotels and Attractions in Tagaytay, Nurture Wellness Village in Tagaytay is famous for the unique Filipino wellness experience it aims to give its guests. Through their glamping package, guests get to enjoy camping under the canopy of trees, a great avenue for families and groups of friends to bond with each other. Aside from the tents, some of the activities and facilities people get to enjoy are: bonfire, barbeque dinner, aroz caldo breakfast, use if common toilet and bath, swimming pool, trampoline, team building facilities, and spa services.

    Rate: P3190 per person (minimum of two persons)
    Address: Nurture Wellness Village, Pulong Sagingan, Barangay Maitim II West Cavite, Tagaytay
    Website: http://www.nurturewellnessvillage.com/

    Nayomi Sanctuary Resort

    Located in Balete, Batangas, Nayomi Sanctuary Resort offers a good glamping experience and one of the best views of the Taal Lake anyone would want to see. The resort, through its various accommodation options, aims to be a sanctuary to people who wants to escape and relax. Their Glamping Bell Tent is a must-try to the nature lovers who want to experience something new in different. Their package includes: a big tent, electric mosquito zapper, wooden chest, electric fan, double beds, towels, bathroom use, power outlet, blanket, pillows, free breakfast, DIY lamps, and a picnic table.

    Rates: P8100++ (good for 6 people, max of 7); P10752++ (good for 8 people, max of 9)
    Address: JM Katigbak Street, Barangay Alangila, Balete, Batangas
    Website: http://www.nayomiresort.com/


    Crystal Beach Resort in Zambales

    Surfing is one of the things that beaches in Zambales are famous for, and Crystal Beach Resort offers a good spot for that. However, the resort is also quite prominent for the glamping experience it offers to its guests – surfer or not. Their glamping tents could accommodate up to 3 persons, and is complete with a complimentary breakfast meal, beds, fans, electricity, and the use of the resort’s common bathrooms. The tents are set-up close to the beach, giving people the authentic feeling of camping as they laze around, listening to the waves crashing down the shore.

    Rates: P2550 (inclusive of taxes and fees)
    Address: La Paz, San Narciso, Zambales-Pangasinan Road
    Website: http://www.crystalbeach.com.ph/

    Aetas Glamping El Nido

    If you’re searching for a glamping spot somewhere far from Manila, Aetas Glamping El Nido in Palawan is the best place to go to. With each tent handcrafted by local artists, the place takes pride in bringing in culture, nature, and adventure in one glamping package. The place is an 8-minute drive from the main town of El Nido, and is perched on a hillside, giving guests a perfect view of El Nido’s mountaintop. The package includes a breakfast for two, use of the shower and bath facilities, and a power outlet to charge your devices.

    Rates: P4500 for 2 people
    Address: Villa Libertad, El Nido, Palawan

    Bluewater Sumilon Island Resorts in Cebu

    The glamping experience in Bluewater Sumilon may be on the pricier side of the spectrum, but Bluewater assures nothing but the best glamping experience whilst in the island. It offers an alternative to eco-friendly camping without sacrificing the guests’ comfort. Aside from the electricity that comes with the pre-pitched tent, some of the amenities offered in Bluewater Sumilon are the in-tent mini bar table,   closet, toiletries, chairs, full-board meals, island camp activities, and roundtrip boat transfers from Bancogon to Oslob and vice versa.

    Rates: P12000 for 2 persons
    Address: Sumilon Island, Bancogon, Oslob, Cebu
    Website: http://www.bluewater.com.ph


    Image taken from 50campfires.com, Crystal Beach’s website, Nayomi Resort’s website, Aetas Glamping El Nido’s Facebook page, Preen, Out Of Town Blog

    Sources: spot.ph, glamping.com, ellry.com

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