BOOKMARK: 10 More Glamping Sites to Visit Near Metro Manila

From sea to mountain views, we’ve got you covered.
by | November 04, 2022

One of the best ways to refresh and destress is to spend some time off the screen, go outside, and breathe fresh air. If a simple walk or picnic won’t cut it for you, try glamping – an outdoor experience without sacrificing comfort. More locations are offering this unique experience these days and if you’re looking into trying it out for yourself, with a partner, or with your family, we’ve got you covered. Here are more glamping sites to visit near Metro Manila:


Kalika Balayan

Location: Brgy. Tanggoy, Balayan, Batangas

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Wake up to a scenic view of nearby mountains at Kalika Balayan. They have exclusive glamping tents that are perched on wooden pallets, so you don’t have to worry about getting mud inside your space in case it rains. Each tent is also air-conditioned and has a queen-sized mattress, a wooden table, and comfy cushions. You’ll also have an exclusive bathtub, which is perfect for staying warm at night! The campsite is also just a 15-minute drive from Matabungkay Beach in Lian, Batangas.

Rates start at P5,086 per night. Book on Airbnb.


Casa Antonio Glamping

Location: Apacible, Calatagan, Batangas

Perched on a grassy hill that leads to the sea, Casa Antonio makes the ideal glamping experience as you’ll get the best of both worlds. The site is surrounded by greenery and in just a few steps, you’ll reach sandy grounds where you can catch the best colorful sunsets. You’ll be staying in huts that can accommodate two guests. Included in the fees you’re paying are a one-hour kaya bath experience, kayaks, and dinner and breakfast.

Rates start at P1,999 per head. Book on Facebook.


The Glamp Zambales

Location: Brgy. Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales

Zambales is a popular destination for beach camping but if you’re looking for a less crowded area, go for The Glamp’s premier glamping tents. The site is nestled on a grassy property surrounded by tall trees; don’t worry about going to the beach, as it’s just a few minutes walk away! Each glamping tent is air-conditioned and at night, the staff will bring you an aromatic diffuser and a dreamy galaxy projector that totally sets a relaxing ambiance. Other amenities and activities include a 10-minute foot massage, an outdoor cinema, a smores kit, and the use of a bonfire.

Rates start at P5,200 for two persons. Reserve a tent via Facebook.


Luan Glampsite

Location: Marilaque Highway, Tanay, Rizal

While you dream of spending summer in Santorini, you can have a slice of it by staying overnight at the Anika Dome in Luan Glampsite. Do away with the usual glamping tents or huts – you’ll be staying at a luxe dome that has two beds that can sleep up to six pax. Its outdoor amenities will remind you of buildings in Santorini with its striking combination of blue and white colors! During your stay, you’ll also have exclusive amenities such as an equipped kitchen, a dining/lounging area, and a plunge pool.

Rates for the Anika Dome start at P10,000 per night. Book here.


Glamping ETC

Location: Cavinti, Laguna

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Want to experience glamping by the lake? Glamping ETC offers the country’s first Geo Domes by the lake located in Cavinti, Laguna. The man-made lake is already a go-to for camping, and these unique domes elevate the usual outdoor experience in the popular camping site. Ideal for two, these tents are equipped with a luxe double mattress and a private comfort room. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary breakfast and free use of kayaks, body boards, fishing rods, and life vests.

Rates start at P2,713 per night. Book on Airbnb.


Haven Campsite

Location: Brgy. Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales

If you’re heading to San Felipe and want a glamping experience that’s nearer the beach, head to Haven Campsite. They offer different glamping accommodations: teepee huts, loft cabins, and boho rooms. They also have a beachfront bar and an in-house Korean restaurant! Take note that the campsite charges an additional corkage fee if you’re bringing ordered food, beverages, and alcohol. For activities, they offer surfing or skimboarding for P500 an hour, kayak, ATV rental, and more.

Rates start at P2,000 for an overnight stay at the teepee hut. Book a stay on Facebook.


Seoul Stay

Location: Binangonan, Rizal

Offering a view of the mountains, Seoul is a Korean-inspired glamping site set in the hills of Binangonan. While you save up for your dream trip to Korea, this idyllic campsite will let you learn basic Korean terms with its signages written in Hangul and feast on a yummy samgyupsal meal right on your exclusive deck. Each tent is air-conditioned and has a private pool. At night, you can use the bonfire or catch a movie at the outdoor cinema.

Rates start at P8,000 for an overnight stay at the Love tent (good for two to four pax). Book your stay on Facebook.


Camper at 57th Street

Location: Eastridge, Binangonan, Rizal

For a unique glamping experience, head over Binangonan’s Camper at 57th Street and stay overnight at their camper van. You can’t bring it on the road, unfortunately, as it stays put on a hill with an overlooking view of Laguna Bay. The air-conditioned vehicle can sleep up to four people; it has two beds, a private toilet and bath, and a TV with Netflix. It’s also ideal for couples who want to go on a romantic getaway!

Rates start at P4,000 per night for two. Book on Facebook.


Balai Nipa

Location: Brgy. Pangil, Amadeo, Cavite

Find yourself a little sanctuary and rekindle your inner child when you spend an overnight stay at Balai Nipa’s Tree House Nipa. Unlike usual glamping tents, you’ll be staying in kubos with a forest view. There’s a lounging area below your room, which is perfect for spending lazy afternoons over a new good read or stargazing at night. Upstairs, you’ll find a room with a floor mattress and comfy pillows that can sleep up to three people.

Rates start at P3,500 per night. Book on Facebook.



Location: Ridge View Subdivision, Barangay Iruhin, Tagaytay City

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8 Suites Tagaytay is known for its boutique hotel but if you want to rough it out but still want hotel-like amenities, try their bell tents perched in their garden where you’ll wake up to a view of Taal Lake and ridges. Each tent has luxe mattresses, lamps with tea lights, woolen blankets, carpet matting décor, and chic wooden furniture. Breakfast is also included in the fee. Up to four people can stay here; perfect for couples to small families.

Rates start at P4,500 per night for two. Book on Airbnb.


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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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