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Capsalay Reef Camp

Rigler's Point, Capsalay Island Rigler's Point, Port Barton, San Vicente, Palawan Island 5309 Philippines
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#10 of 63 Specialty lodging in Port Barton
We have a range of two-person capacity to family bell(4-5 people) tent packages. The following are our glamping tents with a minimum stay of two nights available only from January to end of May. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Comfortable mattresses with bedding, towels and toiletries are provided. 1) Bell Tents P5000 per night 2 pax per night 2 pax. Additional adult P1800. Kids under 12yrs half priced. 2) Coleman tents P3600 per night 2 pax. We also offer Sunset-Sunrise Overnight Camping for those who want an island experience but are pressed for time but want a little bit of comfort. Dinner and breakfast included along with tent and mats with fitted sheet. Towels and top sheet rental P50 each. This package is available all year round. P1500 pax. Parties of 4 or more will receive FREE COMPLEMENTARY BEER. Boat transfers and drinks charged separately. Kids < 12yrs are half priced. Babies and toddlers are free of charge.Glamping from January until May only.
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Rod L wrote a review Feb 2018
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From start to finish we had an amazing stay. Gigi was always super helpful and cooked up incredible meals with local ingredients and their vegetable garden. A particular favourite was ube ravioli. You certainly never go hungry! You shower with shower bags which work really well. Bathroom is kept very clean and nice relief to have proper flushing toilets. Location is great to island hop and spot turtles with their paddle boat
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Date of stay: February 2018
Response from Gigi S, Manager at Capsalay Reef Camp
Responded 7 Feb 2018
Thank you Rod and Lottie. You have been wonderful guests and judging by the photos you posted you both had a wonderful time. Hope you come back and see us again.
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tracy c wrote a review Apr 2017
Wimborne Minster, United Kingdom4 contributions
We stayed at this wonderful campsite for 4 nights and it was amazing! I would recommend anyone to come here if you are looking for a unique, quiet and private holiday away from it all. The camp is in a breathtaking environment and our 2 daughters enjoyed snorkeling in the reefs. Occasional run ins with jellyfish. Wild and beautiful. Love the wildlife and very loud birds!!
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Date of stay: February 2017
Response from Gigi S, Owner at Capsalay Reef Camp
Responded 21 Apr 2017
Thank you for choosing to stay with us and we are pleased that your family had an enjoyable time. We look forward to visiting us again.
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Elliot S wrote a review Feb 2017
Auckland Central, New Zealand30 contributions7 helpful votes
The owner GiGi is so hospitable and looked after us superbly! We visited for two nights and it was amazing. The accomodation price includes all meals and water, snorkel equipment etc. the only extra was the native paddle boat to take ourselves island hopping (saving a load on an organised tour anyway) and the beers which are reasonably priced. We got to sleep in one of three deluxe tents which includes a full double bed in a large white marquee with extra floor space and a little veranda off of the ground. The bathroom is surprisingly well kitted out with flushing toilets. The showers are solar shower but sufficient when you're swimming everyday. The water around the island and off the other islands is crystal clear with amazing reefs to snorkel. It felt so relaxing and
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Date of stay: February 2017
Response from Gigi S, Owner at Capsalay Reef Camp
Responded 26 Feb 2017
Thank you. We are glad you had a wonderful stay. As for the feral dogs, come next season we will have put a barrier around the campsite with gates so that unwanted dogs may not enter the camp freely. Apart from the native boats we will also acquire kayaks for customer use as well. We hope you and your other half will come and visit us again.
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PhilippinesMimaropaPalawan ProvincePalawan IslandSan VicentePort Barton
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