If you will ask a Filipino which province is the most mysterious and eerie, you will certainly hear the island province Siquijor. But despite the surrounding stories of spirits and ghosts, the province is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.
Siquijor is an unexplored tropical paradise filled by trees and surrounded by white sand beaches. What better way to spend your well-deserved vacation than to camp by the beach on luxurious bell tents from Glamping Philippines in Solangon Beach, San Juan, Siquijor?
Luxurious Glamping Experience by Glamping Philippines
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Taking camping to another level, glamping is the term used for a luxurious, upscale camping. Who wouldn’t want a comfy bed and cozy couches on their tents during camping? Glamping Philippines offer a variety of options for accommodation.
They have a classic six-meter bell tent that can accommodate six people. An extra-large tent that can accommodate 12 people is also available. If you’re not fond of camping by the beach, you can still enjoy your stay on their beachfront dormitory which has air-conditioned rooms and a shared kitchen.
A fully-equipped kitchen is available for campers to cook their own meals –including utensils and even spices. They have their own stock of freshly caught fish, as well as other favorites like hamburgers, sausages and even imported tenderloin steak for barbecuing.
Of course, your glamping will not be complete if you don’t catch the beautiful sunrise and sunset during your stay. You can also explore the waters and swim with your family and or friends. Plus, you can also tour beautiful places in Siquijor while you’re at it, too!
Glamping Philippines started and soft-opened late 2017 and its grand launch is happening on December 17 this year. For more information, you can check out their website.
Who would you take to this beautiful place? Tag them in the comments!