6 Glamping Spots in the Philippines

 Nayomi Sanctuary Resort

JM Katigbak Street, Barangay Alangilan

Balete, Batangas

starts at US$168 for 6 people

The structure and setup of the resort’s glamping bell tent is reminiscent of a yurt used by Mongolian nomads. It’s a huge tent that could fit a family or a group of friends. It has at least three double beds, a wooden chest, and an industrial electric fan. Breakfast comes with the package.

Inside one of the tents

Nayomi’s tents

The tent at night

Crystal Beach Resort

La Paz, San Narciso, Zambales

starts at US$47 for three people

With surfing spots as one of the main attractions in Zambales, this beachside resort often has special packages for surfers. The resort has even teamed up with Quiksilver Surf School to give surfing lessons to interested guests. Glampers get a pitched tent on the shore that has a huge mattress that easily fits three people. Beddings, toiletries, and breakfast are included in the basic package.

The hut at the resort

Zambales’ sunset

Lounge on one of the hammocks at the resort

Bloc Camp Site

Passion Cove Estate, Cavinti, Laguna

starts at US$71 for six people

The lakeside glamping site has several pitched tents of varying sizes that can accommodate anywhere from two to a dozen people. The tents have air beds, linens, electric fans, and power outlets. Then again, the pièce de résistance of the site is a two-story structure inspired by the local bahay kubo. Boat and ATV rentals along with added tours are also offered. When weather permits, there are outdoor film screenings.

Bloc Camp Site

The lake

Another section of the campsite






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