Kickstart your glamping vacation with a glass glamping experience for an affordable price.
If you haven’t tried glamping before, this is the sign you might have been waiting for. Glamping is taking traditional camping to a more luxurious level by using glamping domes, tepees, eco-pods, and more. But this Glampsite in San Fernando, Cebu, sports a GLASS glamping tent.
Dayun Glampsite offers an affordable glamping experience to its guests, all the while staying in a unique glass tent. Are you intrigued? Let’s see what Dayun Glampsite has to offer.
Glass Glamping Tent with a View
Dayun Glampsite’s highlight is its fantastic glass glamping tent. The tent is made of straws and “kawayan” (Bamboo) for the roof and ceiling. Meanwhile, a glass wall surrounds the tent, which lets guests witness a beautiful view of the plains below.
Not only that, but guests will also have a 360-view of the sky. The glampsite is especially perfect for stargazing. Additionally, there is an available lounge area below the tent. A kitchenette is also available, with plates, bowls, and sinks.
Pool and Barbecue Night at Dayun Glampsite
The glampsite also sports different amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. For example, an inflatable pool is available for use if you want a swim day. Guests can also use the grill to have a barbecue night under the stars.
Glamping under the stars has got to be part of your bucket list. Let Dayun Glampsite turn that dream into a reality.
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
- Introductory Rate: ₱1,950 night
- Excess head: ₱350 per head (Maximum of 2 excess heads)
- Corkage fee: None
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- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090437605809
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: Greenhills, San Fernando, Cebu.
BY BUS: From the South Bus Terminal, ride a bus going to San Fernando. Ask the driver to drop you off at the town proper. Ride a habal-habal going to Greenhills and tell the driver to drop you off at Dayun Glampsite
BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Dayun Glampsite” in San Fernando, Cebu. Parking space is available.
Sounds nice but does seem a bit expensive and don’t see it attracting that many people for over night stay I think 1k sounds reasonable
But hope they have a good success in this sounds amazing