Like many countries worldwide, glamping in the Philippines is becoming a trend over the past few years. Home to over seven thousand islands and gorgeous beaches, expect to wake up to incredibly scenic views of nature on your glamping trip.
Thanks to glamping, you won’t have to deal with the hassles of pitching a tent when sleeping in nature. These glamping accommodations have all the luxury and comforts you expect in a hotel room, from luxurious sheets to fluffy pillows. Some even have modern amenities like a TV and Wi-Fi.
Since the Philippines is known for its beautiful beaches, most of the glamping sites in the country are in coastal areas with direct access to the beach. A few are perched up in the mountains, surrounded by lush forests.
Also, be sure to read my Philippines Itinerary to help you plan your epic trip around this wondrous destination!
Glamping Philippines Breakdown
If you’re looking for a specific glamping site to cater to your needs and preferences, refer to our quick breakdown of the best glamping in the Philippines.
Overall Best Glamping in the Philippines – Punta Punta Surf Retreat
Best Luxury Glamping in the Philippines – Nacpan Beach Glamping
Coolest Glamping in the Philippines – Isla – The Island Experience
Most Family-Friendly Glamping in the Philippines – Nayomi Sanctuary Resort
Most Romantic Glamping in the Philippines – Dryft Darocotan Island
Most Unique Glamping in the Philippines – Glass Teepee Village River Glamping
15 Best Places To Go Glamping in the Philippines
Here’s our list of the best places to stay when glamping in the Philippines.
1) Punta Punta Surf Retreat
Where: General Luna, Siargao Island
Price: $117+ per night
Siargao Island is a popular destination for surfing. It’s also home to some of the best glamping sites in the Philippines, such as the Punta Punta Surf Retreat, a seaside resort offering stunning glamping tents with ocean views. It provides everything you need for an incredible glamping experience, and thus, we believe Punta Punta Surf Retreat is the overall best glamping site in the Philippines.
Aside from comfy king-sized beds, the luxury tents have private bathrooms, a balcony, and direct pool access. They also have a high-powered fan for a more comfortable stay. One of the resort’s highlights is its in-house eatery, Punta…
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