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The Top 3 Breathtaking Places for Camping in the Philippines
In the Philippines, you aren’t only exposed to new culture and food, but the beautiful places that take your breath away! I’m in love with camping in the Philippines because of the many places left untouched, from the white sandy beaches down to mountains with fantastic views. With all my essentials for camping in my backpack, I am always ready for what else the country has to offer.
If you’re wondering where you should backpack and set up camp in this remarkable country, then read on as I show you the three best places to go camping in the Philippines!
The Three Breathtaking Places for Camping in the PH
Here are my three absolute favorite areas to visit and set up my tent when traveling to the Philippines:
Nagsasa Cove in Zambales
Have you ever wanted to set up a bonfire on the beach and watch the stars with the sea rolling its waves? Nagsasa Cove is a popular area for overnight beach camping. Its white sands, sparkling water, and many activities are what people go there for. You’re able to trek, snorkel, swim, or make new friends with fellow campers around the area.
It’s completely safe for groups of friends, family, or even solo tourists. With the peaceful surroundings and friendly faces, you’ll have an awesome time when you are here.
Mt. Ulap, Benguet
What I love about Baguio is that it’s home to some of the highest mountains, Mt. Ulap included. You are free to set up camp near the peak, provided that you have a guide with you. The cold weather feels amazing as you continue to climb up and reach the top, with a sea of clouds and a sunrise worth waking up early for.
If you love to hike and you’re up for the challenge of braving the cold, then this mountain will be an amazing feat to brag about.
Nurture Wellness Village, Cavite
If you’re looking for the ultimate place for some R&R, then go for Nurture Wellness Village, which is nestled in the grasslands of Tagaytay. This is a place for glamping (glamorous camping), so expect the outdoors -style but with style and luxury!
They offer packages that focus on ecotherapy, where you can camp glamorously and watch the stars in a naturally ventilated tent surrounded by trees and peace. You are also treated to many perks, such as massages, healthy dishes, and even an organic farm tour!
In a Nutshell
The Philippines is home to many unique and untouched areas where you are still able to set up your tent and enjoy the view without a hint of the modern city life. Why not start off with these three places and see what the country has to offer?
I hope you enjoyed the article! If you have any questions or would like to share your tips and experiences in traveling to the Philippines, do share your comments down below. I would love to hear what you have to think.