In the past couple of years, the people who have showed interest in camping have grown exponentially. There has also been a sudden emergence of tent resorts in the Philippines to cater to the demand of these individuals – allowing even more of them to go on camping trips these 2017.
Planning a camping trip is not easy, particularly if you have no idea where to go. Remedy this by visiting some of these places:
Mount Pinatubo has been made famous for its eruptions back in 1991. These days, however, the active stratovolcano is known more for being a serene site for campers. It makes a very picturesque view of its crater lake which has turquoise waters. It also makes a popular site for those who are coming from Metro Manila due to its close proximity. If you are not very fond of hiking, you don’t have to worry because there are transportation options for you to choose from.
Palaui Island provides many things for the weary traveller, including white sand beaches, majestic mountains, the Cape Engano Lighthouse, rich marine life, and vibrant colours. Campers, who came to the island, can expect some peace and quiet in this site that is far far away from the city.
The Calaguas Island located in Camarines Norte is very popular to millennial campers, who prefer organizing DIY (do-it-yourself) trips with their friends. They can easily set up their tents on the island’s white sand beaches and literally sleep under the stars at night. If you prefer convenience however, you can easily get a package tour to visit this hidden paradise.
Romblon’s Tablas Island is another destination that is ideal to people who does not enjoy crowds. This does not mean, however, that you are going to miss out on the adventure. In fact, you can visit its rainforests, mountain trails, and diving spots. You can find adventure in every corner of this island.
The best camping trips are those that are spent in a beautiful setting. Choose at least one of these destinations to have a camping experience that is just beyond the ordinary!
Biak na Bato
Biak na Bato is the ideal camping destination to people who adore nature. This is because this point of interest has the Madlum River, a cave network, as well as endemic mammals and birds frequenting the area – which means they can go wildlife and bird watching during their camping trip.
Ayoke Island is the place to be if you want to camp as far away as possible from Metro Manila. It is situated in Surigao del Sur in Mindanao – which is perfect if you are looking for seclusion. Those, who have gone on previous camping trips and found out that they dislike mainstream camping sites, can go to this place to avoid crowds and explore its unspoiled beauty.
Tagaytay is another camping destination that is near Metro Manila. Those who prefer to go to adventures without sacrificing convenience can find that this is the place for them to camp. There are a lot of things you can do in this city, including going on a food trip, a picnic, or visiting the smallest volcano in the Philippines. It is also very popular to many people because of its cool and favourable weather.
About the Author:
Laurel Santos is a 24 year old grown up woman whose kid at heart. She lives in the city and works as a freelance photographer. She also manages a small pet shop inside their village. She loves traveling so much because she believes that one should not just die staying in without exploring the world. She got a big heart for animals especially those stray dogs. Despite her busy schedule she always finds time to do one thing that she is very passionate about which is writing.