Place To Stay When Travelling To Siquijor, Philippines – Glamping Siquijor

Where to stay when travelling to Siquijor – Glamping Siquijor
This post is part 9 of 10 in the series Hostels Recommendations

Imagine travelling as a backpacker to the Philippines. Are you looking for an affordable place to stay on Siquijor island? Have you ever thought about glamping on the beach? At a beautiful place with colourful sunsets, cosy tents, amazing and friendly staff and somewhere also extremely Instagrammable?

Then check this place out, I cannot recommend it more. Let me introduce you to place to stay when travelling to Siquijor, Philippines – Glamping Siquijor.

Where to stay when travelling to Siquijor, Philippines?

Let me give you a sneak peak into the paradise of Instagram influencers. Let’s have a trip to the Philippines. A place better than any backpackers hostel in Siquijor.

Where to stay when travelling to Siquijor – Glamping Siquijor Welcome

Glamping Siquijor Location

The place is located around 20 mins away from the port by motorbike. Solangon, San Juan, Siquijor, 6227, Philippines is the address. I recommend renting a motorbike at the port for 350 pesos per day. The tricycle to the glamping site costs already 250 pesos one way, so renting a motorbike is much more beneficial. While driving, just keep an eye on the right-hand side, where you will see huge billboards showing tents on the beach. Here you are – A place to stay in Siquijor!

Glamping Siquijor Tents Conditions

The tents are lovely. Yes, you can see some dirt but that is so normal on the beach. In the tent you have a huge bed, which can be replaced with mattresses. You also have a fan and a lamp. It looks lovely. In front of your tent you can find a table and chairs where you can relax with a book. You can use the communal showers which are amazing, really clean, with hot water and made with a beach theme. It is the perfect place to stay in Siquijor for family, friends and couples.

Glamping Siquijor Food

To be honest I cannot remember if the site has a restaurant since we ate out. However, I know that the price included breakfast which included coffee, tea, donuts or banana cubics. By the way, banana cubics are my favourite one, you need to try it! Pretty simple but delicious. The place also had a bonfire and barbecue places which you could use for preparing your own fresh fish. Pretty cool, isn’t?

Glamping Siquijor Place

This place is extremely cute. The rows of tents, beautiful sunsets, beach chairs, hammocks, bonfires, tables and chairs, basketball on the beach. Everything around the palm trees. It is just the cutest place ever. Good vibes in the air, helpful staff and the beauty of this beach front loft? is everything that you could need for a relaxing holiday.

Glamping Siquijor Attractions

I know that the place has some specific tours but we like to explore on our own, so we never used their options. However, the place is an attraction on its own. You can find nice Instagrammable spots, you can chill with friends around the bonfire at night, you can read a book on the hammock or have your own fresh barbecue with fishes from locals. Take a speaker and relax on the beach chairs. Take a long romantic walk along the beach. Enjoy. Relax!

Are you looking for awesome waterfalls in Siquijor? Definitely check out The Secret Waterfalls of Siquijor Complete Guide.

Where to find and book this place?

Check out Glamping Siquijor via or Glamping Siquijor Website.

You can also call

Telephone +63 917 401 8360

or send an email

 Email[email protected].

Also check them out on Facebook Siquijor Glamping.

I hope you enjoyed my place to stay when travelling to Siquijor, Philippines – Glamping Siquijor. If so, please, share and comment. And if you are looking accommodation in different parts of the Philippines, check out Bohol Coco Farm, Noordzee Hostel, Primitivo Art Village, Hop Hostel and Private Resort in Zambales.


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Disclosure: Just to let you know, some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to book the place I will earn a small commission, no worries, it will not cost you more. Notice, I only recommend place which I really like and links in this post are only additional thing for me. I have been staying in so many places but I wrote only about few of them. So far nobody used my links so I would be happy if you will be the first one haha.




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  1. The Philippines looks amazing! It’s been on my bucket list for so long and we actually planning a trip for July! I’m so excited. This place looks incredible – I would love to do the whole glamming thing

    1. That’s awesome! Just be careful with planning trip to the Philippines on July, the rainy season starts!

  2. Living in Australia, I don’t get as excited about beach holidays as my friends from the northern hemisphere do. But glamping on a beach in the Philippines sounds like a lot of fun!

    1. Awe I love Australia, I remember times when I really wanted to move there 🙂 And yeah, I got your point about beach holidays, I wish I could say the same. Coming from cold Poland so all beach holidays are wow for me haha.

    1. Hahaha we were watching documentary about Fyre Festival, did it actually happen one more time after first failure?

  3. I have done lots of camping before but never something so glam…The Philippines is high on my bucket list and this is an amazing laid back way of enjoying the country. Sounds fun.

    1. Yes, it was my first glamping and I didn’t even know something like this exists. It was so much fun, and yeah, Philippines are amazing!

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