Camping and swimming are two fun activities people enjoy during the summer season. Nothing beats the refreshing and exciting feeling of sleeping in a tent, taking a hike to appreciate nature’s beauty, or diving in the sapphire sea.
If you are looking for a camping respite that offers various outdoor activities and the serenity you deserve, the Philippines is home to a lot of campsites. Here are five camp resorts in the Philippines you might want to try out in your next summer holiday.
Boracay de Cavite
Boracay Island in Aklan is notable for its white-sand beaches and beautiful beaches. ou can still experience a beautiful Boracay-like environment in Ternate, Cavite. While it mimics the well-known ambiance of the world-famous island, getting into Boracay de Cavite in the town of Ternate might take a little effort since the resort is also a part of a military base. Meaning, prior arrangements have to be made to reserve accommodations in the beach resort and camp. Still, you and your loved ones may enjoy the blue sea, calming waves, warm sand, and bright sun.
Boracay de Cavite’s location is close to many houses and lots for sale in the municipality of Alfonso, Cavite. Interested buyers might get a place and convert it to a vacation home that is minutes away from the campsite and the beach.
Ultra Winds Mountain Resort
Located in Baungon, Bukidnon, Ultra Winds Mountain Resort offers a safari-like experience to visitors. The ample tent accommodations recreate the secluded feeling of being in the forest or savannah while still staying safe and private from cold winds and rain. The resort is also ideal for weddings and team-building activities.
Aside from having large tents, Ultra Winds Mountain Resort has 15 fully-equipped shower rooms and a wide array of resort activities catering to solo travelers and larger groups.
If you are looking for something similar to the fine white sand beaches of Boracay but more private and quiet, then head to Bukot Beach in Mansalay, Oriental Mindoro. The beach resort presents a serene ambiance for solo travelers who want to go soul searching and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Bukot Beach is also perfect for travelers who wish to rest from the vibrant party beach scene and enjoy nature’s gift to the fullest.
If you are looking for something more luxurious, then Aetas Glamping in El Nido Palawan is the right place for you. This campsite resort offers exquisite tent-like suites complete with a lavish bathroom, bed, veranda, power outlets, and hotel-quality room service.
Some of the suites at Aetas Glamping also offer stunning views of the lush greenery, ricefields, and perhaps even the beach’s horizon. Aetas Glamping is also minutes away from El Nido’s most well-known beaches, so taking a day swim from your tent suite won’t be a hassle.
The 7,640 islands of the Philippines offer many places to enjoy camping, swimming, and other outdoor activities. These five camping resorts are just some of the many resorts in the Philippines that are suited for solo trips and group vacations. Choose one so you can already plan for your next trip after the pandemic.