Go Glamping Under the Stars at This Campsite Near Tagaytay

Start the new year with an adventure in nature.
by | January 08, 2021

Missed the staycation rush from the holidays? It’s never too late to check it off your bucket list; you’ve got the rest of the year to plan your weekends ahead! If you’re looking into beginning the New Year with an adventure in nature, this newly-opened campsite may become your next favorite spot for the family or barkada. Nestled just a few minutes from Tagaytay, Julio Organico is the place for a quick escape from the city.


Julio Organico

Location: Pulong Bunga Road, Purok 4, Silang, Cavite 4118

Located in Silang, Cavite, Julio Organico is a new glamping spot that opened in August 2020. Friends and family who are looking for a getaway in nature will find a hideaway in this campsite that isn’t too far from Tagaytay. If you’re planning to spend a day in the scenic city and wish to stay overnight, you can have a unique experience in nature here without having to sacrifice comfort.

You can sleep comfortably under the stars at Julio Organico. The campsite is sprawled in a spacious garden surrounded by nothing but nature, where bell tents are set-up all over. Each tent can accommodate up to five people. Beddings are also provided, and there’s also electricity! Campers also have a common roofed area for dining.

Pathways are lined with fairy lights, which makes the overnight experience romantic and extra magical.

With its proximity to Tagaytay, it’s inevitable to feel the chilly weather, which calls for a nice evening staying warm by the bonfire.

Julio Organico also has a spacious open garden that’s a perfect venue for intimate gatherings and celebrations like weddings and birthdays. The campsite offers an exclusive package for this, starting at Php 49,000, which is inclusive of the venue, catering, and styling.

Don’t worry about leaving your fur babies behind, Julio Organico is also pet-friendly!


Rates at Julio Organico start at P4,900 for an overnight stay. For bookings or more information, visit their official Facebook page.


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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