5 IG-Worthy Airbnb Glamping Sites for Your Staycation Needs
Don’t you just miss the days when you camp out with your friends, talking while grilling marshmallows? What if we told you that you can do this again, but with the twist of a luxurious experience? It’s all possible now that glamping is getting the attention that it needs.
Glamping—in its simplest term—is a modern day “glamorous camping”, letting you experience nature but with a fancy twist. It may be comparable to luxury hotels, but this time, you actually stay outdoors with a tent or dome equipped with amenities.
So up your staycation with these Airbnb glamping sites!
A geodesic dome by the lake
Aerial drone shot IMAGE Jet Santillan
If you enjoy watching the sunrise (or sunset) and stargazing by the lake, this geodesic airbnb will undoubtedly amaze you. You may choose from their selection of listings like geodesic domes, triangle tent, and an attic over the pavilion for large groups.
IMAGE Glamping Etc Philippines
There are camping chairs to enjoy the bonfire come nighttime, as well as an island kitchen to accommodate you for lunch, dinner, and drinks. Do note that they run on generator and solar powered lights, so don’t expect a high-key 5-star hotel stay.
Where art meets adventure
For couples celebrating their anniversaries or birthdays (even honeymoon), this one is for you. But since solo travelers are also welcome, the hosts ask the guests upon booking if they prefer: 1) isolation or 2) interaction—and they will act accordingly. The tents are complete with soft linen, blanket, comforter, furry carpet, among others, to keep your stay as cozy as possible!
Meanwhile, a majestic view of the lake will greet you outside, with steel garden tables, modernist chairs, suspended hammocks, BBQ deck, and bonfire pit. It’s a combination of cool architecture and serene environment, what more can you ask for?
IMAGE Paradis island
How often do you get a chance to have an unspoiled island to yourself? While this one technically includes two rustic villas, they also feature fully set-up glamping tents—including free use of bonfire, cute hammocks, board games, guitar, signature bohemian set up in the garden, and more!
IMAGE Paradis island
However, it only operates via solar panels and generator sets since it’s located in a remote island. It still gets pretty cool especially at night—thanks to the Mt. Sierra Madre.
Price: Php 3,500/2 pax (additional pax after 2 is Php 1,000/night; can accommodate up to 10) / Php 4,900/3 pax (additional pax after 3 is Php 1,000/night; can accommodate up to 16)
Check in: 2 pm to 6 pm
Check out: 11 am
Domescape with a natural swimming pool
This airbnb, meanwhile, replicates that of a luxury hotel while still exuding a glamping vibe. The dome is fully air-conditioned and comes with a mini-fridge, kettle heater, microwave oven, and more.
There’s also a common bonfire pit for guests to fully enjoy a glamping experience. And have we mentioned that it comes with a private natural swimming pool?
The luxury beachfront way
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All the way to Visayas, in the island of Siquijor, is your own furnished private tent equipped with fancy bed linens. Spend the day listening to the swift sound of waves or maybe stargazing and hanging out by the bonfire. WiFi is also provided in case you want to update your Instagram at once! Who needs a beachfront hotel when you can glamp, right?
Address: San Juan, Siquijor
Price: Php 1,800 (2 pax)
Check in: 3 pm
Check out: 11 am
Which of these glamping Airbnbs are you planning to visit next? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments below!
Written by Yana Bautista