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10 Best Glamping Sites in the Philippines 2023 | Batangas, El Nido, and More

Exploring the great outdoors is always a delight, especially in a country like the Philippines, where the landscapes greatly vary—from lush mountains and hills to majestic beaches and lakes. And one way to elevate this experience even more is by trying out glamping or “glamorous camping,” which lets you enjoy the fun of being one with nature combined with the comfort of camping accommodations and facilities.


With so many glamping destinations to choose from, we’ve collated some of the best spots across the country to help you decide. This list varies based on budget, preferred location, and the type of adventure you are seeking. We also have a detailed guide to help you make the most of your glamping experience. 

Last updated 07/14/2023
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How to Choose a Glamping Site - Guide

Here are some points to consider:


  1. Factor in the the location and scenery.
  2. Determine and set your budget.
  3. Make sure the glampsite has the amenities you need.
  4. Consider the activities and facilities the place offers.

For more detailed information, read through our guide below.

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Factor in the Location and Scenery

Factor in the Location and Scenery

Do you wish to have the sound of the waves lull you to sleep, or do you want to wake up surrounded by lush greenery? Are you willing to travel by plane or prefer to just drive for two hours to reach your destination? Aside from the accommodation and amenities, these are also some of the factors you should consider in selecting a glamping spot.

 
The kind of scenery and the travel time can affect how much you are able to enjoy your getaway. Fortunately, there are plenty of glampsites to choose from—may it be by the beach or the mountains—all around the country.

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Determine and Set Your Budget

Determine and Set Your Budget

Knowing how much money you are willing to shell out is an essential step in finding the right glamping spot. The rates usually depend on the location, facilities, and capacity of the accommodationーthese can range from as low as Php 500 to Php 11,000 per night. Glampsites also offer discounts during off seasons that you can take advantage of.


Glamping is quite popular among couples, families, or barkadas, and going as a group can also help lower your expenses. However, if you’re going for some well-needed me time, there are also glampsites that offer solo beds in a mixed dormitory setup that will enable you to soul search without breaking the bank.

3

Make Sure the Glampsite Has the Amenities You Need

What sets glamping apart from traditional camping is the comfort it provides. After a long day of sightseeing and exploring, maybe even trying out some of the outdoor activities, you should be guaranteed a warm bed and a nice room where you can rest well. Other than these, here are some of the amenities you should consider in choosing a glampsite.

Appliances Ensure a More Pleasant Stay

Appliances Ensure a More Pleasant Stay

Just the basic stuff like a fan or an air-conditioning unit, a mini fridge, and a TV can make your glamping experience so much better and more convenient. Fortunately, a lot of popular glamping spots already have these, with some even offering extras such as an electric kettle or a hairdryer. 

Bathrooms Should Be Accessible and Clean

Bathrooms Should Be Accessible and Clean

Some accommodations have shared bathrooms, while others already have a private one inside the yurts or tents. Whichever it is, these should have clean running water and are well-maintained. We also recommend asking your chosen glampsite beforehand if they offer towels and toiletries, so you’d know if you still have to bring your own or not. 

Cellular Signal and WiFi Service Let You Stay Connected

Cellular Signal and WiFi Service Let You Stay Connected

Since most glamping spots are located in places away from the city, there are possibilities that the signal and internet connection may be spotty and slow. Unless you’re on a social media detox or a self-imposed break from the online world, make sure to confirm this matter with your chosen glampsite before you proceed with your booking.

Check if There Is a Place to Eat or Cook

Check if There Is a Place to Eat or Cook

This is one of the most important things to know when you go glamping. Usually, glampsites have their own restaurants where guests can order meals and snacks or a common kitchen with amenities if they wish to cook their food themselves. Either way, there’s nothing wrong with bringing extra food and drinks just in case. 

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Consider the Activities and Facilities the Place Offers

Consider the Activities and Facilities the Place Offers

One way to make your glamping experience more exciting is by going to a spot that has activities and facilities for outdoor fun. Most glampsites by the beach offer snorkeling and surfing lessons, while those near a lake or a mountain have organized activities like hiking and fishing.

 
There are also accommodations that have pools where you can relax and watch the sunset and designated areas for bonfires where you can jam and bond with your family or friends. Glamping really takes being one with nature to the next level.

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10 Best Glamping Spots to Try Out

The glampsites we introduce below were carefully curated by the mybest team, from the top-rated destinations of sites like Tripadvisor, and using the points mentioned in our detailed and thoroughly researched buying guide.
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Nasugbu, Batangas

Nasugbu, Batangas  1枚目

From ₱9,412

High Mid

Experience Nature Through Sustainable Dome Glamping

El Nido, Palawan

Nacpan Beach Glamping

El Nido, Palawan Nacpan Beach Glamping 1枚目

From ₱8,500

High Mid

Luxury Glamping at the World-Famous Nacpan Beach

Tuba, Benguet

Tuba, Benguet  1枚目

From ₱850

Low Mid

A Chilly Getaway in the Mountain Valleys of Benguet

Panglao Island, Bohol

Panglao Island, Bohol  1枚目

From ₱450

Low

Cozy and Affordable Glampsite Perfect for Groups and Families

Cavinti, Laguna

Cavinti, Laguna  1枚目

From ₱2,641

Low Mid

Off-Grid Glamping Just Two Hours Away From Manila

Sumilon Island, Oslob, Cebu

Sumilon Island, Oslob, Cebu  1枚目

From ₱11,475.41

High Mid

Resort-Style Comfort Combined With Outdoor Adventure

Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental

Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental  1枚目

From ₱9,600

High Mid

A Hidden Glamping Sanctuary in Davao Oriental

Kitaotao, Bukidnon

Kitaotao, Bukidnon  1枚目

From ₱9,800

High Mid

Enjoy Strawberries and Sea of Clouds at This Unique Glamping Site

San Felipe, Zambales

San Felipe, Zambales  1枚目

From ₱2,588

Low Mid

Stylish Cabins and Vegan Eats by the Beach

Binangonan, Rizal

Seoul Stay Glamping

Binangonan, Rizal Seoul Stay Glamping 1枚目

From ₱8,000

Mid

Korean-Inspired Glamping Site With Outdoor Cinema

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Nasugbu, Batangas

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Experience Nature Through Sustainable Dome Glamping

First of its kind in the country, Domescape promises its guests the "comfort of staying in a luxury hotel with the great outdoors as its lobby." It's ideal for those seeking to unwind and enjoy a quiet time away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The property has a total of 6 IG-worthy, fully air-conditioned domes with a private natural swimming pool beside them.


The natural pools coming directly from a steam and deep well are chemical-free and organically filtered. And since the place is practically surrounded by nature, we recommend bringing insect repellent with you as well as food and snacks, given that the nearest store is about 15 minutes away. Also, take note that there will be a short trek in order to reach the domes.

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El Nido, PalawanNacpan Beach Glamping

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Luxury Glamping at the World-Famous Nacpan Beach

State-of-the-art glamping tents, 5-star service, and the fact that it is located where a lush tropical jungle meets a pristine white sand beach are just some of the reasons why Nacpan Beach in El Nido, Palawan is one of the most popular glamping destinations in the country right now.

When you’re done frolicking at sea, swimming in the outdoor pool, island-hopping, or exploring their massive garden, head to one of the mini bars for a drink and some grub before you head back to your chic and comfortable tent for a well-deserved rest. At night, come out and sit around the campfire and listen to the various sounds of nature around you. This experience will definitely be one for the books!

Tuba, Benguet

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From ₱850
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A Chilly Getaway in the Mountain Valleys of Benguet

Located in the outskirts of Baguio, Valleypoint Campsite is the perfect place to unwind, especially if you love the cold weather and mountain views. Their Glamping Kubo has a 6-ft star gazing glass that lets you look up into the night sky while you relax inside. It’s also complete with amenities, including a 42-inch TV, an electric fan, an electric kettle, and toiletries.


You’ll never get bored here as guests can mingle at the Camper’s Chill Area, where there are board and card games, books, and dart boards available for use. You can even try out airsoft or archery. Of course, don’t miss out on great food at the Valleypoint Restaurant & Bar, which is widely raved about by past visitors online.

Panglao Island, Bohol

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Cozy and Affordable Glampsite Perfect for Groups and Families

Who said glamping has to be super expensive? At Glamping Alona, you can enjoy the fun and comfort combined with the taste of nature that the experience has to offer at a very reasonable price. The newly renovated resort in Panglao Island has glamping tents and teepee-like cabins (decorated with LED lights!) that can cater to couples and big groups.


Take a refreshing dip in the pool with your friends or family, then check out their bar and restaurant where you can order yummy dishes from various cuisines. You can also bask in the warmth of the sun at their sun terrace or head out to the nearby beach to snorkel or dive.

Cavinti, Laguna

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From ₱2,641
Low Mid

Off-Grid Glamping Just Two Hours Away From Manila

Spend your weekend on this serene little private island by the lake and connect with your inner nature lover! Since the property is off-grid, the geodesic domes don’t have electricity, WiFi, and cellular signal is also unreliable. They rely on a generator that can be powered up at night, as well as solar-powered lights.


There’s a lot you can do here while you disconnect from the world: swim at the lake, kayak, fish, and relax while you appreciate the beautiful views around you. Keep in mind that the property doesn’t allow food to be brought in, but you can order meals, snacks, and drinks from their kitchen and bar.

Sumilon Island, Oslob, Cebu

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From ₱11,475.41
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Resort-Style Comfort Combined With Outdoor Adventure

Sumilon Island is truly a vacationer’s dream. Located in Oslob, Cebu, this small sandbar and marine sanctuary is surrounded by crystal clear waters and rich biodiversity that make for one memorable experience. To make it even better, you can opt to stay at Bluewater Sumilon Island Resort and sleep under the stars in their luxurious glamping tents.


In the morning, you can explore the island by joining the day tour activities that include snorkeling, exploring caves, kayaking, and hiking. Take note that these come with additional charges. After an exciting but grueling day of adventures, you can then relax and be pampered at the resort’s outdoor spa.

Governor Generoso, Davao Oriental

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From ₱9,600
High Mid

A Hidden Glamping Sanctuary in Davao Oriental

Nestled in the foothills of Davao Oriental and overlooking the Davao Gulf is this serene glamping site that offers luxurious tents made of natural cotton canvas and equipped with all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. The glampgrounds are divided into two: the East Camp, where the bigger tents are located, and the South Camp, where the more intimate tents can be found.


There is plenty to experience at Camp Bernardino de Lavigan. You can try out fun water activities like jet ski and banana boat or relax at their in-house spa treatments. When it comes to dining, their restaurant has a wide array of traditional and modern Filipino dishes, while their bar has a selection of signature cocktail drinks and coffee concoctions.

Kitaotao, Bukidnon

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Enjoy Strawberries and Sea of Clouds at This Unique Glamping Site

If ever you're in Bukidnon, you shouldn't miss visiting Tagculop Strawberry Hills and maybe even spend the night in one of their stylish geodesic glamping domes. Each dome has a transparent window that lets you look into the foggy morning as well as the dreamy night sky. The property also has a dining hall that serves all kinds of yummy and healthy dishes.


While you glamp here, you can enjoy various activities such as strawberry picking and riding the ATV to see the majestic "sea of clouds" over the mountains. Don't forget to bring home some strawberry products, too, like Tagculop Strawberry Hills' own bottled strawberry iced wine and jam.

San Felipe, Zambales

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From ₱2,588
Low Mid

Stylish Cabins and Vegan Eats by the Beach

Make your next beach trip more fun by glamping with your family or friends at Kwentong Dagat. After a fun day swimming at the sea or trying out their many outdoor activities like surfing, ATV riding, or island hopping, have a restful sleep in their air-conditioned Nipa Cabins and wake up to the sound of waves.


Since this resort is completely vegan, their restaurant, Kislap, only offers plant-based dishes on their menu. But don’t worry because you can use the shared outdoor kitchen for cooking your own (non-vegan) meals. It is also equipped with a refrigerator where you can store your perishable food items.

Binangonan, RizalSeoul Stay Glamping

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Korean-Inspired Glamping Site With Outdoor Cinema

If you are a fan of all things Korean, this glampsite in Rizal is definitely for you. Whether you’re with your special someone, friends, or family, they have air-conditioned tents that can cater to as many as 10 people. Each tent also has a private lounge pool and bonfire area where you can hang out and chill under the stars.

Try out Korean snacks and drinks at their café and a samgyeopsal feast at their in-house restaurant. After that, watch your favorite Korean movie or series at the outdoor cinema to complete the K-experience. They also have plenty of fun outdoor activities for both children and adults to enjoy like archery, basketball, and golf. Book a stay and enjoy this relaxing experience with your loved ones!

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most asked questions on the web answered by the mybest team.

How Much Does Glamping Cost?

Depending on the location, facilities, and capacity of the accommodation, rates can range from as low as Php 500 to Php 11,000 per night and higher. Take note that prices also vary depending on the season.

What to Bring When Glamping?

To add more comfort and convenience to your glamping experience, make sure to bring the following essentials:

  • Extra change of clothes appropriate for the weather
  • Swimwear/Hiking clothes
  • Food and drinks
  • Extension cable
  • First-aid kit
  • Sunblock and mosquito repellant
  • Flashlight and lighter

You can also bring these if your accommodation doesn’t offer them already:

  • Towels
  • Toiletries
  • Kitchen utensils, cutlery, and cups
  • Cooler for your perishables

Is Glamping Pet-Friendly?

There are many pet-friendly glamping spots if you wish to bring your fur baby with you. While it’s not indicated in some, you can always call and confirm with your desired accommodation if they allow guests to bring pets and if there is any additional charge for it.

Author: Teresa Gatmaitan

Editor: R. Umlas

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Our buying guide was carefully researched and crafted by the mybest team of writers and editors. We used the buying guide as a basis for choosing our recommended spots, and we looked at reviews and ratings from different booking websites sites like Booking.com, TripAdvisor, and more.

The descriptions of each product are referenced from content available on manufacturer, brand, and e-commerce sites.
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