Panagbenga Festival is coming! We know that a lot of people will go to have some fun in Baguio. But after that, what to do or where to stay in Baguio? Maximize your time when going to Baguio. That’s why we’ll suggest a sidetrip that everyone will enjoy.
Want to see this view? Visit Valleypoint Campsite! It’s only a 30-min drive from Baguio City proper.
Also, just wanna let you know that this is our 2nd time here. And we must say, there’s a lot of improvement from the last time we went here. In case you want to know our 1st experience at Valleypoint Campsite, kindly read here.
WHAT TO DO AT VALLEYPOINT CAMPSITE?
1. ENJOY UNLIMITED COFFEE
Who doesn’t want unlimited brewed coffee while looking at this view, right? What if we tell you that you can have this for FREE. Yup, IT’S FREE.
2. CHILL AT CAMPERS AREA
During our 2018 visit, the campers area is only open until 10 PM. But today, it is 24 HOURS OPEN! Here, you can literally chill on their beanbags, play board games, read books, cuddle with their colorful bears, and enjoy the view.
3. STAY IN ANY OF THEIR ACCOMMODATION
Kubo Glamping (3,500 php; good for 2 pax)
This is one of their newest room. For me, it’s the upgraded version of glamping. Why? Because it almost look like a normal hotel… but with a view.
Aside from the usual mattress, pillows, and blankets, it also has a TV which you can watch movies because they will give you a flash drive that have lots of it.
Of course, disregard the aircon since you are in Benguet but they have a fan in case.
Tent Glamping (starts at 850 php to 1,350 php per head)
This is where we stayed last 2018. Unlike the Kubo Glamping, you’ll experience here a normal camping in tent. But the twist is you’ll get a wonderful view plus you’ll also enjoy the weather.
Check our photos here: http://karlaniiinz.com/valleypoint-campsite-the-first-glamping-site-in-benguet/
Both Kubo and Tent glamping have storage boxes to put your shoes and other things to avoid these in getting wet.
In case you don’t want these kind of rooms, they have normal rooms which is good for sharing.
4. DINE AT THEIR RESTAURANT/MINI BAR
Who wants to eat with a view? Yes?! They offer Filipino food and also they offer buffet every weekend. So don’t miss it! Note that all checked-in guests have complimentary breakfast.
5. ENJOY THE ACTIVITIES
When we went here last 2018, this is the only activity they offer. But now, you can do the regular airsoft or with a twist, the AIRSOFT MAZE.
I came back here for this! I was actually excited when I saw on their Facebook page that they now has Archery. We enjoyed this one. Ian did hit the target. WOW!
6. VISIT THEIR ART GALLERY
This is also one of their newest attraction here in Valleypoint Campsite. Loved the concept and the idea.
7. ENJOY THE VIEW
Of course, don’t miss the breathtaking view. Every second is gold. The view may disappear in just one snap. Look how it changes from time to time.
8. PHOTO OPS IN THE GARDEN
Ever since, I loved this area. Full of flowers and leaves plus the view. Aaah life! You can also chill in one of their kubo.
9. DO BONFIRE
Yes, they have an area for bonfire. Perfect while sipping your brewed coffee.
10. JOGGING IN THE MORNING
Nope, we didn’t jog. But in case you are into it, you can do it in Valleypoint Campsite. The pathway outside is perfect for jogging.
RATES AS OF MARCH 2020
- Kubo Glamping – 3,500 php; good for 2 pax
- Tent Glamping – Solo: 1,350 php; 2 pax: 1,250 php/head; 3 pax: 1,000 php/head; 4 pax: 850 php/head
- Room Premium Package – 950 php per head
- Daytour Package – 500 php
- Backpackers Package: – 750 php per head
NOTE: Each package is entitled only to one activity. You can choose but you can also avail both but of course with a fee of 125 php/activity.
Green Valley near Santo Tomas checkpoint Tuba, Benguet
How to go there?
Ride a Bus going to Baguio. Drop off at Green Valley. Ride a jeepney going to Sto. Tomas (checkpoint). Jeepney fare is 9 php. From there, you can walk to Valleypoint Campsite.
MANILA TO BAGUIO IN 4 HOURS (NO STOPOVERS): http://karlaniiinz.com/joy-bus-executive-coach-travel-with-less-hassle/
From Baguio City, take any jeep from Bayanihan (Green Valley, Dontogan, Sto. Tomas). Jeepney fare is 15 php. Tell the driver to drop you off at the Sto. Tomas (checkpoint). Then, you can walk to Valleypoint Campsite.
From Baguio City, you can ride a taxi going to Valleypoint Campsite. Estimated fare is 200 php.
Social Media Accounts:
Facebook: Valleypoint Campsite