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Seafront Beach Camp in the Philippines Offers Glamping Starting at $50 a Night

With the increasing prices of goods and services not seeming to slow down anytime soon, what can you get for $50? In the Philippines, it can give you a night of rest and relaxation at KAWAI Beach Camp.

Along the shores of a pebble-freckled beach in Lobo, Batangas, the glamping location features white bell tents ready to be rented at an affordable price.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

Seven glamping tents are dotted all over a quaint property only a few footsteps away from the beach. Each accommodation is furnished with comfortable beds and linens in a light and airy interior.

Of the seven, Tents 1 to 5 named Kane, Kapo, Ku, Kaha’i, and Ku’ula are placed near each other, ideal for groups or families that want to camp together.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

As for rates for the five glamping tents, a single-bed setup is priced at P2,800 (about $48.80 per the current conversion rates) per night, P4,800 ($83.65) for two beds, and P6,000 ($104.56) for the three-bed setup.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

Meanwhile, Kinilau and Kanaloa, Tents 6 and 7, are closer to the beach and are equipped with air conditioners for hot summer days in the tropical country. Guests staying at Kanaloa also have front-row access to the coast. 

For Kinilau, a single-bed setup will cost guests P3,200 ($55.77) per night, P5,200 ($90.62) for two beds, and P6,400 ($111.54) for three cozy beds a night.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

Glampers opting for premium views from the Kanaloa tent or tree house can choose to pay P3,600 ($62.74) for one bed, P5,600 ($97.59) for two beds, or P6,800 ($118.51) for three beds for the whole family.

The rural getaway only started accepting bookings for its first season last month, and the rates are part of the November discount for stays until January 2023.

Each stay at KAWAI Beach Camp is inclusive of free breakfast, unlimited coffee, purified drinking water, and a bonfire set up in front of the beach.

There is also a building with four common showers and four common toilets that guests can use throughout their stay. Fresh towels, soap, and shampoo are provided.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

When it comes to hospitality, Filipinos never come last; and because KAWAI Beach Camp wants every customer to relax during their stay, food, drinks, and whatever the customers need are delivered to their tent by friendly staff.

Photo courtesy of KAWAI Beach Camp

Surrounded by nature, with pebbles and the beautiful rock formations on Malabrigo Beach all around, KAWAI Beach Camp is an ideal place for those looking for an affordable getaway.

Still, even at whatever cost, a night of camping in nature will always be priceless.


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