Camping Tours

Camping Tours

Experience a unique adventure when you join camping tours and glamping tour packages in the Philippines. Sleep under the stars in the islands or the mountains of the country.
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Frequently asked questions

Where are the best camping sites and tours in the Philippines?

You can camp in most islands and mountains in the Philippines where it’s allowed. But the best camping sites in the Philippines you can check in a travel booking website like Guide to the Philippines are in the islands and coves of Zambales, Palawan’s Coron and El Nido, and the mountains of Rizal and North Luzon like Benguet where you can also do hiking tours.
If you’re curious about where to camp in Batangas, you can check places like Manuel Uy Beach Resort, Mount Batulao, Fortune Island, Mount Gulugod Baboy, Bituin Cove, and more. There are also camping sites in Bulacan.

What are the best camping sites near Manila?

If you want to go camping near Manila, there are multiple choices. The best camping sites near Manila include Mount Purro Nature Reserve, Kaliraya Surf Kamp, Kwentong Dagat, Silent Sanctuary Reserve Playgrounds, 3 Springs Mountain Park, Lambingan Hills, and more.
There is also a new style of camping called glamping, which means luxury camping. Check out glamping sites included in glamping tours and glamping packages and see for yourself the difference between glamping vs camping and why it is recommended to have glamping vacations in top camping places in the Philippines when you do your online trip booking.

What do you need to bring to a camping tour?

If you’re joining all-inclusive Philippines vacation packages for glamping and you want to know what to bring in beach camping and mountain camping, you only need to bring personal essentials like extra clothes, fleece jacket, windbreaker jacket to keep you dry and warm in highly elevated camping spots in the Philippines, towel, toiletries, insect repellant, personal medicine, flashlight or headlamp, and water bottle that you can refill. Make sure to double-check these things to bring when camping on the beach as there might not be stores selling essentials near your camping site. Also make sure to read the description of the tour before booking to know the inclusions like a tent, food, and transportation.

Is there electricity in the camping sites?

The majority of camping sites don’t have electricity. Some tour operators have lamps or build a bonfire.
However, some camping sites, especially glamping sites, have electricity in their area. Make sure to double-check mountain or beach camping tips and tricks before you go mountain or beach camping with friends or have a vacation for a family of 4.

Are food and drinks provided?

It depends on the mountain camping Philippines tour package you availed of. Most all-inclusive camping tours, vacation packages for couples, and Philippine tour packages already include food and drinks. Make sure to read the description of the tour first.

Are camping tours safe?

Yes, but like any other destination, you have to always be alert and keep safe your belongings. Listen to your guide if there are safety guidelines and stay out of places where you’re not allowed to go to.

What do you need to wear?

It depends on your destination. If it’s an island, wear breathable clothes but prepare a light jacket to keep you warm at night. If you’re camping in the mountains, wear or prepare jackets that you can layer to keep you warm. Check the average temperature of the destination to better prepare what to wear and bring.

Is there a toilet or bathroom?

Most camping sites don’t have a fully functioning toilet or bathroom. Some have a built-in toilet bowl but you need to pour in a bucket of water to flush it.
However, some camping sites have a toilet or bathroom, with some glamping sites even offering en-suite bathrooms.

Are camping tours kid-friendly?

Kids below 13 years old are not advised to be brought to camping tours. Young children might not be comfortable with sleeping in tents without the comforts of electricity and a fully functioning bathroom.
If you’re traveling with kids, it’s recommended to join glamping tours as most sites offer essential perks like electricity and plush accommodations.

Are there camping tours during rainy or bad weather?

Since camping tours are done outdoors, camping tours are usually cancelled during rainy or bad weather. 
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