Casa Antonio Glamp Camp, Affordable Glamping Site in Calatagan, Batangas

I have always thought of camping trips to be exciting but just thinking about the things that you'll have to bring discourages me especially when my son was still younger. Imagine having to bring not only a camping tent but everything a family needs to survive the outdoors.  Buti na lang, nauso angglamping.

What is glamping, by the way?
An Urban Dictionary contribution explains the term glamping as a "shorthand for glamourous camping." Meanwhile, Merriam and Webster  defines glamping as an "outdoor camping with amenities and comforts (such as beds, electricity, and access to indoor plumbing) not usually used when camping."

Simplehan lang natin... For me, it's experiencing the outdoors more comfortably. And as first-time campers/glampers, we were happy that we chose to experience it at Casa Antonio Glamping in Calatagan, Batangas.

Batangas glamping site 2-3 hours away from Manila
Casa Antonio is a beachfront glamp camp located at Apacible Street, Calatagan, B…

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