(SPOT.ph) Tanay is known as an adventure-seekers paradise with its mountain ridges and network of rivers. If you're looking to bring the whole family on an adventurous weekend, Two River Campsite offers the Giant Teepee, which can accommodate up to eight guests.
The A-frame accommodation has two bedrooms: one in the attic with two double beds and another in the common area with two single beds. It also has four bathrooms on the ground floor. In front of the giant teepee is a hut where you and your companions can grill food, start a bonfire or simply hang out.
Apart from staying in the Giant Teepee, there are plenty of things to do within the camp. You can take a dip in Cayabu Creek or Lanatin River or explore the nearby farms and trails which are connected to mountain peaks and waterfalls.
Planning your next trip? Here are other options for your Rizal Airbnb:
Cabin in the Clouds
The one-bedroom bungalow (P8,000) with a loft has two bedrooms, a spacious living area, and three bathrooms. It has a functional kitchen with all the things you need to cook up a nice meal for the family and a coffee maker for your caffeine fix. The house is not air-conditioned, but its location at the foothills of Sierra Madre ensures that you have cool breeze coming in from the sliding doors and windows.
Ridges and Clouds Nature Camp
Ridges and Clouds Nature Camp features an amazing view of the foothills of Sierra Madre and a sea of clouds during sunrise (thus the name). Accommodation options include a cabana for two (P2,500 to P4,000), a family cabana for four (P4,000), and the Twin Ifugao House for six (P7,000). You can also pitch your own tent for P500 a night. Rooms at the nature camp or not air-conditioned, but the fresh mountain air is cold enough to keep you comfortable. It's pet-friendly, solar-powered, and off-the-grid (no WiFi and mobile signal).
Two River Camspite's Giant Teepee is in Tanay, Rizal. Rates start at P4,950. For more information, visit their Airbnb page.
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