Valleypoint Campsite: Experience Glamping in Baguio

It’s been more than a decade since I last visited Baguio. So much has changed not only in Baguio, but also in my perspective as a traveler. When I was young, I and my family often stay in hotels or guesthouses whenever we visit Baguio. Now that I’m a young adult, I make sure to do activities out of my comfort zone. Thanks to Valleypoint Campsite, I experienced Glamping in Baguio.

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There are actually three options: Glamping Package, Backpackers Package, and Premium Package.

Glamping Package

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The Glamping package includes a pillow and a blanket per person. It has free breakfast and unlimited coffee. Campers may also experience either Airsoft or Archery. People can also try all their amenities.

  • Check in time: 2 PM | Check out time: 11:30 AM
  • Rates: Solo (1350) | 2 pax (1250/head) | 3 pax (100/head) | 4 pax (850/head)
  • Early Check in – 500 / tent (8 AM to 11:30 AM)
  • Late Check out – 500/tent (11:30 AM – 2:30 PM – can be extended to 4 PM if there are no guests)
  • Campers can request one queen sized bed or 2 single beds.
  • The tent can accommodate four people, but I recommend a maximum of three per tent only.

Backpacker Package

Valleypoint Campsite also provides some gender-exclusive bunkers. It can accommodate up 10 people. It includes double deck beds, curtain dividers, light fixtures, and lockers. Each person will be provided a pillow and a blanket. They can choose to avail airsoft or archery too. Access to other amenities are also included in this package.

  • Check in time: 2 PM | Check out time: 11:30 AM
  • Rates: 760 per head
  • Early Check in – 500 / tent (8 AM to 11:30 AM)
  • Late Check out – 500/tent (11:30 AM – 2:30 PM – can be extended to 4 PM if there are no guests)
  • There are three rooms available for backpackers. They can accommodate 4 pax, 6 pax, and 10 pax.
  • I recommend the rooms with 6 pax to 10 pax capacity because they contain own charging stations.
  • Backpacker Rooms has lockers for safe keeping of valuables.

Premium Package

The group room is fully-furnished bedroom. It’s great for family trips. This includes two queen size double deck bed. They proved complimentary water, choco drink, individual towels, and toiletries. The room has its own TV and sofa, electric kettle, and own restroom.

  • Check in time: 2 PM | Check out time: 11:30 AM
  • Rates: 950 per head
  • Early Check in – 500 / tent (8 AM to 11:30 AM)
  • Late Check out – 500/tent (11:30 AM – 2:30 PM – can be extended to 4 PM if there are no guests)
  • They can accommodate a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 10 people.
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Outdoor Activities

Besides the glamping experience, the highlight of your stay here will be the airsoft and the archery experience. Unleash the inner Lara Croft and Katniss Everdeen in you!

Valleypoint Campsite

They have staff assigned for airsoft and archery, you just need to present your receipt. You may also try both of them for additional fun!

Kubo Area

Indoor Activities

They have a chill area where you can read books and play some games.

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Kullaw Art Gallery

If you’re into arts, you’ll enjoy their art gallery that features some portraits of the locals.

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Valleypoint Campsite has an in house restaurant. You no longer need to worry about breakfast because it’s included in the package.

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Food – 3/5
Usually it’s like this during breakfast
Drink a cup of coffee while looking at the Valley!
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They offer big discounts for campers.
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The staff are approachable and really polite. They are knowledgeable about the whole facility. In addition, when my drone fell, they also helped me get it. Thank youuu!

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Valleypoint Campsite

Valleypoint Campsite is located in Tuba, Benguet. To go there, you may take a jeep with a sign board “Green Valley”. Then walk towards the campsite. If waiting for a jeepney takes too much time, you may opt to take a cab instead. It’s more ore less 200 pesos from the town proper. They are now working on providing a shuttle too.

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  • The place is quite far from the jeepneys, just take a cab. If you have a private car, that’s better.
  • For more updates, check out their Facebook Page: Valleypoint Campsite
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Sleeping under the stars, waking up with a great view, and experiencing new activities are my thing. So thumbs up for Valleypoint Campsite for this great experience. I’ll definitely go back!

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