ORANI, Bataan – Looking for a place to stay overnight to escape the summer’s scorching heat? Try Sinagtala’s newly-opened mud huts (or clay tents no matter on what side you’re in!).
The place is located at the famous mountain resort’s Silangan area near the the Sinagtala Adventure Park.
“We have a new attraction here in Sinagtala! The newly-built 20 clay/mud huts with individual shower and toilet for comfortable camping for students, company team building, etc. Soon it will have its separate infinity swimming pool,” Sinagtala Properties Inc. Chairman Felicito Payumo told 1Bataan.com.
Payumo added that Sinagtala is a place where one can find both adventure and thrill combined with peace and quiet and tranquility.
A visitor here can look up and may see an eagle floating like kites or diving for prey. On the slopes and ravine are thousands of coffee, coconut, guyabano, lanzones, and rambutan trees.
For just P4,000 per mud hut, it can house four to five persons who can enjoy its simple but useful amenities including the infinity pool nearby, fresh air and alluring surrounding.
Recently, this global trend about “glamping” (glamorous camping) has caught fire among tourists and adventurers worldwide that offers outdoor enthusiasts an upgrade on rest and recreation.