As fun as it sounds to go camping and explore the great outdoors, Manila's heat index of up to 39.2 degrees Celsius just sucks the excitement out of everything. It's a good thing that Zambales' newest glamping site, The Glamp, can help you get close to nature while also offering the comforts of city life.

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The Glamp, which opened on January 15, is tucked away in San Felipe, Zambales where you can surf all you want and enjoy the beach all day without having to deal with the crowd. You can choose from three kind of tents: Small (P5,000 to P5,500), which can fit up to three persons; Medium (P7,500 to P8,500) for up to five people; and Big (P10,000 to P12,000) for an eight-member group. Rates include breakfast, bonfire set-up, a s'mores kit, water, parking space, massage, beddings, electric outlet, use of shared bathroom facilities, and air-conditioning. Your furbabies are welcome to stay, too! It's all about putting the glam in glamping!

The Glamp is in Liwliwa, San Felipe, Zambales. For more information, follow The Glamp Zambales on Facebook and Instagram.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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