Siquijor's Newest Glamping Site Is So #Aesthetic
It offers a stunning sunset view.
The reputation of Siquijor, an island province in Central Visayas, is one that is surrounded with mystique. It doesn't help that a 400-year-old balete tree straddles its main highway, often scaring off guests with its fascinating tales of spirits and ghosts. But once you give it a chance, you'll find out that this island also boasts a tropical paradise that's just waiting to be discovered. The best way to experience it? By pitching a tent along its many white-sand beaches; or better yet, by setting up a luxurious bell tent with Glamping Philippines in Solangon Beach, San Juan.
Glamping Philippines soft-opened late in 2017, but its grand launch is scheduled for December 17. It offers a number of accommodation options, including a six-meter classic bell tent, which can accommodate up to six people; extra-large tents, which can fit up to 12 people; and a beachfront dormitory, which has air-conditioned rooms and a shared kitchen.
Campers can cook their own meals at the resort's fully-equipped kitchenâcomplete with spices and utensils. They even have their own stock of freshly caught fish, such as yellow fin and blue fin tuna; as well as hamburgers, sausage, and imported Brazilian tenderloin steak for barbecuing.
All tents have a breathtaking view of the sea—perfect for taking photos of the sunset come dusk.
Glamping Philippines is in Solangon Beach, San Juan, Siquijor. For more information, visit Glamping Philippines' website.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.
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