Camp Avenue: Your Guide to an Affordable Trip

camping trip is the perfect way to enjoy nature this season. Keep reading to find out the camping guide for your next getaway!

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It’s no wonder that Camp Avenue has become a favorite destination among travelers. Besides its Instagram-worthy attributes, there’s another reason why millennial travelers can’t seem to get enough of this Camping site: its affordability and the theme of Bohemian Dreams!

How to Get There

Camp Avenue is located in Taboc, San Juan, La Union, about a 5 to 6 hour trip by land from Manila. You have two options on how to get there: by car or bus.

By Car:

Getting there is pretty easy with the help of waze. Take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) and then the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx). From there, take the Pozorrubio Exit to the McArthur Highway. Continue to the bypass road of San Fernando, La Union until you reach San Juan.

By Bus:

If driving isn’t an option for you, there are bus companies that would take you from Manila to La Union in just 5 hours like Dominion, Partas. Viron, Bataan Transit, and there are also buses going to Ilocos that may drop you off at San Juan, La Union. From there, you can take a jeepney or a tricycle to Camp Avenue.

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Camp Avenue offers two kinds of accommodations: tents and Indo-Bali huts.

Tent Accommodation: 750 pesos per person per night (Inclusive of Insulation Foam, 2 pillows, entrance fee and breakfast)

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Tent pitching: 500 pesos per person per night (You bring your own tent. This is inclusive of Entrance Fee, Space Rental, and Breakfast.)

Indo Bali Hut: 1,200 pesos per person per night (Inclusive of bedding, towels, entrance fee and breakfast)

Since the Indo Huts were limited, it is advisable to have a reservation before going to Camp Avenue.

Camping Tips:

Before going to Camp Avenue, make sure that you’ve packed light for your trip.

If you’re bringing in your gadgets, charge them first. Bringing a power bank is also highly recommended.

Remember to properly dispose of all your trash before leaving.

Bring enough cash

Bring insect repellant

Sunsets in Elyu:

Total expenses (Overnight):

Here’s a rundown of the expenses on my trip to Camp Avenue:

Bus fare (Back and Forth:) PHP 800
Tricycle to Camp Avenue: PHP 50
Tent Rental: PHP750
Extra expenses, E.G: drinks and Lunch, Dinner: PHP 1000

Total: PHP2600

 

Special Mention:

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Met these guys in Camp Avenue; Tine, Ruth, Jerwin, Marvs and Jonas — we were so lucky to find a soul that grooves with yours! See you guys soon!?
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We know that this was a spontaneous unplanned getaway, but it was so fun and unforgettable! Love you cousins; Gia and Rizah!

 

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Bora2k17: A Wave of Fun

DAY 1: Seas the day…

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Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens, everyday can end beautifully.

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Day 2: “Tropical state of mind.”

 

Ahoy! Matey! Come sail away!

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I SEA you!

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SEA-ting pretty!

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No Lifeguard on Duty…

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These photos taken at the Puka Shell Beach in Boracay…

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That crazy little sun of a beach…

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This squad just wanna have sun…

 

SEA-venir! 

Of course shout out to my friends who made this travel extra special!

 

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CEBU Diaries: Oslob, Cebu City

Oslob is a 4th municipal income class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. tumblr_oe479oy6ou1qbut0jo5_1280tumblr_oe479oy6ou1qbut0jo7_1280tumblr_oe479oy6ou1qbut0jo6_1280

CHIKKA: Mahabahaba rin ang nilakbay namin para marating ang usap-usapang islang ito, in fairness naman worth the wait naman! Susulotin mo nga naman ang bawat paligid ng OSLOBenia!

 

Thank you, Choose Philippines for the feature! Read  article HERE: http://bit.ly/2ebTXYP