Do you feel like you’ve reached the end of your rope? If you’re feeling stressed and drained, then you have to visit Batangas. That way, you can witness the beauty of the province’s water and landscape. Batangas has some of the best beaches and camping spots in the Philippines. The province has become a popular destination for city-dwellers seeking respite from work, school, and everyday life pressure. A holiday trip is a perfect way to unwind from a year of hard work. And, if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the Metro.
Check out these camping and glamping spots in Batangas!
Domescape is a cube-shaped cottage set amongst trees with a glass dome roof and windows. There are six luxury camping domes at Domescape. There’s a natural pool, and the water slides make it much more fun. The domes’ interior design is lovely as they offer stylish and artistic fully furnished dome tents perfect for couples, friends, and families.
Domescape has a fully functional kitchen, including a mini-fridge, kettle heating, microwave oven, humidifier fan, and central air conditioning. Bring only what is necessary as you have to carry your stuff. Each guest will have access to a natural swimming pool outside their dome so they can swim their worries away. Guests are welcome to utilize the communal campfire area after dark. At Domescape, you can make the most of your trip.
Location: Domescape, 590 Sitio Cebukawan, Nasugbu Batangas
Standard rate: 6,500 for a one-night stay. (The cost varies based on the dome you plan to use)
Casa Antonio Glamping
Because of its location in a serene area close to a beach with white sand in Calatagan, Casa Antonio is not your typical glamping site. You can glamp alone or with your lover, friends, or family. Casa Antonio has several glamping programs including ideal day-tour activities such as unlimited kayak use, beach access, access to giant swings and flower portals, and other things to keep you entertained during your stay.
Casa Antonio is an ideal getaway, especially if you both enjoy the beach and camping.
Location: Calatagan, Batangas
Standard Rate: Weekday Escape: 1,999/head, overnight.
Mer’s Space is the ideal camping spot for those who appreciate lush, verdant greenery. You can do lots at Mer’s Space because the whole space is exclusively for you. You can hike in nearby mountains, stargaze, and listen to the waves at the beach nearby, Trees with fruits on them can be picked as well. A bonfire pit can be set up during your stay to round out the camping experience. And, if you’re looking for a place to tent all by yourself, Mer’s Space is the perfect camping site to go to.
Location: Calayo, Nasugbu Batangas
Standard Rate: 4,800
Mt. Gulugud Baboy Camping Site
Mt. Gulugud Baboy is a fantastic mountain and camping destination in the province of Batangas. Several well-known mountains can be seen to the south, as well as the bays, sunsets, and sunrise. Though it’s possible to complete the hike in a day, many adventurers spend the night in the mountain. You can bring your tent, sleeping bag, food, and other camping essentials and spend the night at the campground. If you love hiking, diving, and camping all at the same, Mt. Gulugud Baboy is a perfect place for you. Excellent diving sites surround Mount Gulugod Baboy, so you may enjoy a safe and exciting underwater adventure!
Location: Mabini, Batangas
Registration/Environmental Fee: ₱35/head
Guide: ₱500 (divided by the number of persons included in your group)
Every once in a while, it’s necessary to take a step back from the hectic pace of everyday life and give yourself a chance to relax and recharge. We need to take a break from our busy lives and spend a night or two sleeping beneath the stars in the great outdoors to remember that life is lovely despite the ups and downs we all experience. You only have one shot at life, so you should make the most of it by going to some of the amazing camping and glamping spots that Batangas has to offer.
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