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Rates start at P3,800 for a bell tent for two.
When glamping as an accommodation option picked up in the early 2010s, it seems that this luxurious camping trend never lost its popularity. Existing resorts started putting up tents of different shapes and sizes, while smaller enterprises got into the business of
Ybonita Farm and Villas in Calatagan, Batangas will be your new favorite hideaway.
If your idea of the perfect staycation involves expansive fields, dazzling washes of sunlight, artfully-designed abodes, and the total absence of city noise, Ybonita Farm and Villas should be high on your destination wishlist. Nestled in the wild grasslands of Calatagan, Batangas,
Rates start at P8,000 a night!
Have you always wanted to try glamping? Perhaps you've already seen this in Korean dramas like Hospital Playlist or in those "healing" Korean variety shows. This "glamorous camping" style is one of the trendiest ways to get your R&R. Luckily, there are
You can practice your archery skills here, too!
Moalboal in Cebu is famous for its underwater paradise, especially when you get to dive into its crystal-clear waters and witness the famous sardine run. Aside from snorkeling and diving, island-hopping and turtle watching are also famous activities in this town.Need a
Talk about camping with a view.
The site's newest accommodation option is the air-conditioned Triangle Tribal Hut (P1,799), which is good for two. All campers share a communal restroom and have access to the rest of the resort, including the swimming pool, bonfire, and the Tiki Bar. There
It's away from the maddening crowd of the surf town.
Siargao, in the last few years, has transformed from being a secret paradise and into a destination that's on practically everyone's bucket list. Bars open until late, surf spots are crowded, and the island life isn't as idyllic anymore. But Punta Punta
Plus, you can go stargazing before you sleep.
The Cordilleras often bring to mind a sea of clouds, pine tree-scented breeze, and chilly weather that can make your spine tingle (in a not-horror-movie kind of way). It's home to several hiking trails, including paths to the summits of Mt. Ulap