GLAMPING @ Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort, Cebu

Glamping? What is Glamping anyway? Glamping is Glamour or Glamorous Camping for short. Glamorous Camping (Glamping) is Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort’s latest offering to rediscover nature,
comfortably. It is a unique escape for couples and a memorable bonding opportunity for high-energy families. Sumilon Island is the place to explore this special relationship/s. At Sumilon, all these bring one close to nature. With Glamping, one can even be closer.

2nd/3rd time in Maribago Bluewater Resort, for the Glamping Preview
The Glamping Program of Sumilon Bluewater has various camping activities provide an opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the island and spend quality time with your loved ones, including island trekking, lagoon fishing, beach combing and stargazing. For the adventurous, one can indulge in snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, paddle boating and sailing. Glamping is a great alternative to traditional eco-friendly camping.

About Sumilon:

The 24-hectare coral island located in southern Cebu is known for its rich biodiversity. Declared as the Philippines’ first marine sanctuary, its reef has a collection of vibrant corals and wildlife that will put snorkelers, budding and expert divers in awe. Its diverging currents from nearby mainland Cebu, Negros and Siquijor islands, bring dolphins, the occasional whale (butanding) and coral sharks. Apart from having a zen-like experience, being in the midst of these creatures provide deeper appreciation of what we have
and why we need to protect our resources.

Nature is divine and man has a relationship to it that is connecting, healing, and energizing. Glamping, Bringing you even closer to nature, comfortably. So Get even closer. Go glamping in Sumilon Bluewater Resort in Cebu! For more information about Glamping, be sure to contact and visit

Photo Credit: Johnn
GLAMPING @ Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort, Cebu GLAMPING @ Sumilon Bluewater Island Resort, Cebu Reviewed by Vernon Joseph Go on Friday, April 15, 2011 Rating: 5

1 comment

  1. How much for the glamping? I saw the site and it says they only allow 2 adults...How much do they charge for the xtra person?