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 Cafe, famous for serving delicious meals made from locally sourced organic ingredients. Best of all, the resort offers surf packages for those who come here to surf.
2) Nacpan Beach Glamping
Where: El Nido, Palawan
Price: $165+ per night
Nacpan Beach Glamping is our choice for the best luxury glamping in the Philippines, as it provides upscale amenities to delight guests. It’s located in Nacpan, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Philippines, boasting a long stretch of powdery white sands and crystal-clear waters fringed with coconut trees.
Nacpan Beach Glamping offers luxury tents surrounded by lush farmlands. You’ll sleep in queen-sized beds with plush pillows and sheets. Plus, your tent will have modern amenities like electric fans, lighting, and comfy lounge chairs. The private bathroom is spacious and includes luxury toiletries. On-site amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, a lovely garden, and a terrace.
3) Soultribe Beach Retreat Glamping
Where: General Luna, Siargao Island
Price: $169+ per night
If you’re visiting Siargao Island to surf, stay in Soultribe Beach Retreat, an excellent glamping site famous for offering surf packages and yoga classes. It’s right by the beach, so you’ll wake up to stunning ocean views. If you want direct access to the beach, book the beachside cabanas. But if you prefer to be surrounded by lush nature, choose the jungle glamping accommodations with garden views.
For a more comfortable stay, book the beachside cabanas. Aside from having a private outdoor bathroom and wooden verandah, it has an air-conditioning system. The luxury bell tents also offer the best glamping experience. They have queen-sized beds, mosquito nets, and a high-powered electric fan.
4) Cabanas de Nacpan Camping Resort
Where: El Nido, Palawan
Price: $120+ per night
Cabanas de Nacpan is an ideal option for those heading to El Nido, a famous seaside town on the island of Palawan, renowned for its white sand beaches and limestone lagoons with crystal-clear waters. The famous Nacpan Beach is about 2 kilometers away from this glamping site.
As one of the best glamping sites in the Philippines, Cabanas de Nacpan offers luxury tents surrounded by lush greenery and comes with all the amenities you expect from a hotel room – comfy beds with pillows, lighting, and electric fans. One of the perks of staying on this glamping site is the complimentary use of a scooter, allowing you to drive around El Nido. The resort can also arrange water-based activities like snorkeling, diving, canoeing, and more.
5) Isla – The Island Experience
Where: El Nido, Palawan
Price: $95+ per night
If you want to experience remote glamping in the Philippines, stay in Isla, a secluded island getaway offering fully furnished beachside huts. As the coolest glamping site in the Philippines, Isla boasts a unique glamping experience, allowing you to sleep on bamboo huts on stilts. These bamboo huts have comfy beds and amenities like wooden tables, chairs, mosquito nets, and clothes racks.
Wake up to stunning views of Palawan’s gorgeous beaches and the soothing sounds of nature when staying in Isla. Environment-conscious guests will delight in the fact that this resort is making efforts to achieve sustainability by taking steps that will have less environmental impact.
6) Glamping Alona
Where: Panglao Island, Bohol
Price: $23+ per night
If you’re heading to Bohol, an island famous for its beautiful coral reefs and unique geological formations called the Chocolate Hills, stay at Glamping Alona, a glamping site in Panglao, home to Bohol’s most beautiful beaches. The glamping site is only a short walk to the stunning Alona Beach and has upscale amenities like an outdoor swimming pool and a shared lounge with hammocks and lounge pillows.
Glamping Alona offers camping tents housed in wooden huts. These tents have comfy beds, pillows, lighting, an electric fan, and a desk. Your stay will include a complimentary breakfast. They can also arrange island hopping excursions and countryside tours.’
7) Treehouse de Valentine
Where: Balamban, Cebu
Price: $181+ per night
If you fancy sleeping on a treehouse while glamping in the Philippines, check out Treehouse de Valentine, a glamping site in Balamban, a small town on the island of Cebu, one of the Philippines’ top tourist destinations. Aside from the treehouse, Treehouse de Valentine offers fully furnished dome tents.
The three-bedroom treehouse can sleep a maximum of eight guests and has comfy beds, a balcony, a hot tub, and a kitchen. Meanwhile, the dome tent has beds for up to five guests and other amenities like kitchenware, a dining table, a fridge, and outdoor furniture. There are hiking trails nearby, so it’s ideal for those who love to explore the great outdoors.
8) Dryft Darocotan Island
Where: El Nido, Palawan
Price: $105+ per night
Couples looking for the most romantic glamping in the Philippines should stay at Dryft Camp on Palawan’s Darocotan Island. Dryft Camp offers glamping tents, beach bungalows, and huts that give off a bohemian vibe. If you want to be close to the beach, stay in the glamping tent, which has enough space for two guests, perfect for couples.
Aside from a comfy bed, the glamping tents at Dryft Camp have an electric fan, power outlets, and a sun deck where you can admire the breathtaking ocean views. Their most popular accommodation is the Hive Huts, designed by a local artist and features rustic architecture, blending seamlessly with nature.
9) Siquijor Glamping Village
Where: San Juan, Siquijor Island
Price: $32+ per night
If you want to venture off the beaten path on your holiday to the Philippines, head to the island of Siquijor in the Central Visayas region. The island is not that touristy, but it’s home to some of the best glamping sites in the Philippines, such as the Siquijor Glamping Village, set on a lovely beachfront property.
You’ll sleep in luxury tents with comfy beds and an electric fan. Wake up to the stunning ocean views and spend your day exploring the island’s hidden caves and majestic waterfalls. Aside from the onsite restaurant and bar, the Siquijor Glamping Village has a lovely garden and a children’s playground.
10) Nayomi Sanctuary Resort
Where: Balete, Batangas
Price: $125+ per night
We have chosen Nayomi Sanctuary Resort as the most family-friendly glamping in the Philippines since it offers amenities and activities for all ages, making it an ideal retreat for families with kids. It’s located in Batangas and overlooks the scenic views of the famous Taal Lake.
Families can stay in airconditioned tented huts with comfortable beds and luxury amenities. These huts can sleep a maximum of six guests – ideal for families and groups of friends. The highlights of your stay in Nayomi are the fun activities, allowing you to bond with your loved ones. On-site amenities include a swimming pool, playground, and a game room.
11) Domescape Glamping
Where: Nasugbu, Batangas
Price: $185+ per night
If your idea of glamping in the Philippines is to sleep in dome tents, choose Domescape, a glamping site in Batangas that offers fully furnished geodesic domes. These domes are more than just a tent – they are upscale accommodations providing the same comfort and luxury as hotel rooms.
Domescape is surrounded by lush nature, so you’ll wake up to breathtaking views of the natural surroundings. Some tents have a Moroccan theme for a unique experience. Enjoy refreshing dips at the private natural swimming pool beside the domes and take scenic hikes into the great outdoors.
12) The Beachtop at Tayabas Bay
Where: Agdangan, Quezon
Price: $110+ per night
The Beachtop at Tayabas Bay is one of the best glamping sites in the Philippines, offering the ultimate getaway for nature lovers. It’s a unique dome featuring a luxurious king-size bed and other amenities like a rustic daybed, portable fans, air conditioning systems, and an outdoor shower that lets you connect with nature.
If you’re looking for a fantastic beachtop accommodation in the Philippines, where you wake up to breathtaking ocean views right on your private deck, you should stay in this glamping site. You’ll love the relaxing and soothing sounds of nature, not to mention the fun adventures you can enjoy during your stay.
13) Vintage Airstream Suite on Top of a Hill
Where: Calaca, Batangas
Price: $226+ per night
The Philippines offers numerous glamping accommodation options, including this vintage airstream suite perched on top of a hill overlooking the stunning views of nature. When you book this glamping site in Batangas, you’ll sleep in a 25-footer vintage airstream, exuding a Boho chic vibe.
Aside from a queen-sized bed fitted with crisp white bedding and modern furnishings, you will have a small dining area, a couch, a kitchenette, and an underground toilet and bath with bathroom amenities. The airstream has an air conditioning system for a more comfortable stay and a private deck that doubles as an outdoor dining and grilling area.
14) Glass Teepee Village River Glamping near Manila
Where: Tanay, Rizal
Price: $101+ per night
For the most unique glamping in the Philippines, stay in this glass teepee village nestled by a scenic river in Tanay, a small town about 45 minutes east of Manila. The glamping site is ideal for those who love to explore nature. Aside from waking up to stunning river views, you can hike the Maynuba waterfall trail or visit nearby farms.
You will sleep in A-frame huts equipped with comfy beds, a ceiling fan, and outdoor showers. During the day, relax on the private patio or balcony as you enjoy the views and gather around at night for a bonfire.
15) Nomad Yurts
Where: Coron, Palawan
Price: $55+ per night
The Nomad Yurts are among the most stylish glamping sites in the Philippines, offering a truly unique and unforgettable glamping experience. You will sleep at traditional Mongolian yurts fitted with luxuries and amenities. These yurts are available in different sizes. Some are ideal for couples, and the bigger ones are perfect for families and groups.
The yurts are handcrafted using traditional techniques and materials, offering a more authentic experience. Aside from the plush bedding, they have comfortable seating and electric lighting. The Nomad Yurts are located on the island of Coron, a popular beach destination in the Philippines.
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