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The Easy Adventure

Charlie's Point Reserva, Baler, Luzon Philippines
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Cris P wrote a review Feb 2019
Baler, Philippines121 contributions86 helpful votes
We celebrated our anniversary here and we really like the place. It's a great place to disconnect from the world. We left all of our devices at home and did not have a way to check the time. On our first day, we played sungka (a Filipino game) most of the time and kayak the next day. We thought we wouldn't kayak because the lake is unpredictable. We were advised that when it's low tide, you can't kayak because the water is very low which is almost touching the ground. And there was only 1 kayak available because the paddle of the second kayak was missing. My boyfriend used the paddle of the stand-up paddle board so we both can kayak at the same time. It was really fun!!! We also love the food in Easy Adventure. Every meal is fresh and has big servings. Just make sure to eat early for dinner or the bugs will eat you lol. We usually eat dinner late so, we just decided to eat in the tent. The staffs were so nice to bring the food and take the dishes after we were done eating. In terms of showering, it was a struggle at first but when you get used to the cold water, you will feel very relaxed afterward. There's so much more to tell but you should visit them. I think they have a day pass as well. Happy glamping! xoxo
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Overlooking the lake
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Annesha wrote a review Jan 2019
Manila, Philippines128 contributions24 helpful votes
I was so excited to visit Baler and experience glamping for the first time! The booking process was easy & hassle free. The shuttle van picked us up from the bus stop and took us to this secluded camping site right across the beach. We were greeted by the cheerful staff with welcome drinks and since we reached quite early we had breakfast there. The stay included fixed meals for dinner, merienda and breakfast - we ordered the rest at additional charges. The food options were limited but they served beautifully plated, great tasting food and had an amazing collection of local beer brews which made us very happy! The meals were priced at Php 350 and beer was expensively priced between Php 150 - 350. We also ordered their Poached Pear dessert (Php 180) and it was delicious! The tents were in good condition - complete with thick mattresses and clean towels. The common bathrooms were located at ~100-200 meters from the tents and very tastefully made to give you the rustic-close to nature-camping feel! The beach was at a walkable distance and mostly empty when we were there. What I loved most about the place is their deck overlooking the sea, it was perfect to laze around or even doze off! If you are looking for a relaxed and lazy weekend getaway amidst nature then this is your place!
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Erliza Yap wrote a review Nov 2018
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We booked a standard tent (1 double and 1 single bed), the sheets are clean, bed comfy, towel is thick also. There is a common toilet and shower but it’s clean. At night, it is very exciting to hear the sounds of the creatures of the night. Bringing a lantern when going outside Feels like you are living in the old ways where there is no electricity. If you will go during summer, choose the premium tent with a/c for your convenience. The only difficulty we experienced is searching the place, waze will point us only up to the last paved road which is still 1 km away from the resort. Make sure you request a pick-up service or expect your wheels to be a little bit muddy on your way there.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
helloCla wrote a review Jul 2018
11 contributions26 helpful votes
It's our first time to visit Baler and the glamping experience is amazing at Easy Adventure! Our bed inside the tent is clean. All the food that were served to us are so good. My favorite is their tuna tartare. They even let us request what we like to eat for dinner and breakfast. They have the most accommodating staffs. The place is so nice, peaceful and truly relaxing. I love the shower area and the Bonfire set up with s'mores and hotdogs :) We really had a great stay for 2 nights. It was a superb getaway!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Michael C wrote a review Apr 2018
Makati, Philippines636 contributions82 helpful votes
Visited Easy Adventure to disconnect from the noise and stress of Metro Manila and had no regrets with our choice. Booked a standard tent in the hottest summer season in the Philippines but still felt quite comfy at night. They offer a direct van service to/from Baler/Manila, buggy rentals, Kombi van rentals, SUP & Kayak rentals, a massage service, small hovercraft rentals and great healthy meals if you go with their full board packages. You’ll waste away the day watching the sun rise on damp grass in the morning, wander around camp during the day, watch the moon reflect on the ocean at dusk then watch fireflys under a canopy of stars at night. When you’re ready to catch some Zs, you’ll fall asleep to the lullaby of crashing waves, chirping birds and the sweet sound of complete silence. Some suggestions for the Management if they read this: (1) Check the wooden installations around the camp since some of the wooden boards used as tent platforms or steps need to be replaced since they start to sag given their age and exposure to moisture. (2) An easy set up swimming pool assembled on an elevated platform would be a welcome addition. (3) Course, rubber foot mats should be supplied near the foot baths near each tent. Special thanks to Pao, Ate Beng and Ricardo for taking care of us.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
US$106 - US$155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
PhilippinesLuzonCentral Luzon RegionAurora ProvinceBaler
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Easy Adventure
Which popular attractions are close to The Easy Adventure?
Nearby attractions include Sabang Beach (3.6 km), Baler Catholic Church (3.7 km), and Museum de Baler (3.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Easy Adventure?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at The Easy Adventure?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at The Easy Adventure?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Easy Adventure?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kubli Bistro, Gerry Shan's Place, and Dialyn's Bakeshop.
Are pets allowed at The Easy Adventure?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The Easy Adventure?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Quezon's Resthouse (3.8 km).