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Go Camping Near the Metro At These 5 Campsites

Go Camping Near the Metro At These 5 Campsites

Need a breather from the hustle and bustle of city life? Try a safe and socially distanced outdoors trip with the people you love at one of our country’s many campsites!

From mountain views to beach escapes, you’ll be sure to have a fun time enjoying nature at these cool places.

Fresno Agro Forestry and Eco Tourist Campsite

Go Camping Near the Metro At These 5 Campsites
Photo from Meghy Was Here

Located in Tanay, Rizal, this campsite is known for its wide variety of activities. Hiking, hanging bridges, and trekking are just some of many things you can do in the area. Owned by an IP, Fresno Agro actually aims to support other Indigenous People by providing a source livelihood for them and encouraging eco-tourism.

Bonus info: the house in Ang Probinsyano is located here. It’s now open to the public, so pay a visit if you’d like.

Lambingan Hills

Another beautiful campsite located in Tanay, Lambingan Hills is the perfect place to bring your barkada. This camping site has got spots with picturesque beds of flowers, swings overlooking the mountain, and great views of the night sky. And the best part? It’s affordable too! Pay only P150 per person for an overnight stay (with no tent and food included).

Edna’s Beach and Campsite

Photo by Menchorista Traveloka

Take a trip way down south to Edna’s Beach and Campsite in Calatagan, Batangas. Warm sandy beaches and blue waters await you at this special campsite where you can grill, swim, and island hop to your heart’s content. Overnight stays per person are only P200, but you’ll also have to consider environmental fees and parking fees.

Mt. Arayat South Peak Campsite

Photo from Keza Enriquez

If you’re looking to spend some time high in the mountains, Mt. Arayat South Peak Campsite is for you. Located in Pampanga, this area has great hiking trails and outstanding views for all kinds of adventure seekers. Day hikes will cost around P700 while overnights will cost P1,500 for a party of four.

Kalmado Campsite

Photo from Kalmado Campsite/Facebook

Relish in your mini-vacay at Kalmado Campsite in Tagaytay! It’s a private camp that aims to bring visitors a place of peace “away from the noise of the city.” At Kalmado, you can stargaze, eat s’mores, and sit around a campfire for the ultimate camping experience. Head on to their Facebook page to plan your visit now.

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