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Overnight Glamping at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort

Glamping at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort

Our Glamping Experience at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort

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It was almost 5pm when we arrived at Santander port. After loading our bags in the jeepney’s top load, we proceeded to Oslob, where we stayed overnight. We were divided into two groups. The first group will be staying in the town of Oslob, while our group will be staying at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort.

sumilon island resort
Sandbar at Sumilon Island Resort

Although we will be on the island for an overnight stay, It feels good to be back on one of the most beautiful islands I’ve ever seen and experienced. Its already dark when we left the port of Sumilon, and upon arrival, we went straight to the lakeside area for our buffet dinner. We’ve been eating for the past couple of days, but the seafood served in Sumilon was definitely unforgettable. Among all the food available in the spread, our favorite was their Seafood Chowder… I had two servings:)

Boat to Sumilon Island
Boat to Sumilon Island

I planned to update my blog that night, but the island’s Internet connection was not available, and since everyone planned to try out the infinity pool, I decided to join them and enjoy the warm water. We all enjoyed the pool until the rain poured like there was no tomorrow, so we decided to have a shortstop in the Gazeebo to enjoy a cup of tea. Then we headed to our own glampsite to experience Glamping in Sumilon.

Glamping in Sumilon Island
Glamping in Sumilon Island (photo courtesy of Sumilon Island Resort)

What is Glamping?

Glamorous camping or glamping, in short, is basically camping with the luxury of fine linen, really comfortable beds, a closet, electricity, and a minibar. It’s camping without having to worry about intruders… Why? The area is secured by 3 graveyard security guards to ensure everyone is safe. Forget about smelly sleeping bags and insect-infested ground. Glamping is here to let you experience nature and sleep in the wild most comfortably.

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Glamping at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort (photo courtesy of Sumilon Island Resort)

Everything has to go back to basic, but with holidaymakers used to their charming accommodation, there was a sudden demand for Glamping. For the unfamiliar, Glamping is simply enjoying the great outdoors while having a touch of luxury at the same time.

Glamping at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort
Glamping at Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort

Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort is now offering different types of Glamping Packages. This accommodation package is recommended for small families and couples. The package includes typically overnight glamping tent accommodations for two adults and one child (12 years old and below), full-board meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and barbecue dinner for two persons), in-tent mini bar, island camp activities, camp assistant, and roundtrip boat transfers (Bancogon-Sumilon Island).

Lake beside the Glamping Area
Lake beside the Glamping Area

We had a short but comfortable sleep in their Glamping Camp. Due to so much excitement for our next activity, I woke up early and was greeted by a colorful sunrise right in front of our glamping site. After breakfast, we headed to the town of Oslob for your Tuki Adventure.

Sunrise in Sumilon Island
Sunrise on Sumilon Island

PHILTOA is now ready for this year’s most awaited Philippine Travel Mart 2012 – the longest-running travel-related trade show in the Philippines. This year’s Philippine Travel Mart is scheduled on August 10-12, 2012, and will be held at the SMX in the Mall of Asia Complex.

Expect more attractive local tour packages, holiday packages, discounted hotel deals, and Airline Seat Sales only at The Philippine Travel Mart.

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Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of Outoftownblog.com. He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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