San Rafael River Adventure
Talacsan, San Rafael, Bulacan
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Nature and adventure rolled into one!
Glamping with a twist & Glass villa
San Rafael River Adventure
Brgy. Talacsan, San Rafael, Bulacan
How to go there?
Take the Baliuag bus in Cubao (75 php per way) and alight at Baliuag town proper. Then ride a tricycle that will take you to the resort. (150 php per tricycle)
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I loved it.
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I'd never thought I'd actually ask my friends to visit a resort in my province, Bulacan. But I did, and we did glamping! Yuh, let's make camping a bit luxurious. We were supposed to be there at 7pm to 6pm the following day but the whole place was reserved on Sunday, so they offered us to stay from 7am to 6am the next day. Not bad, we left Makati at 630am and picked up the friends in Cubao and UP Technohub and arrived there at 930am. The San Rafael River Adventure is getting a lot of attention because of their instagram-worthy place. And hey, we weren't disappointed. They have the comfiest seats, but let's talk about that later. Ha ha. So, we paid 50% deposit, and pre-ordered our meals. The glamping with a twist is PhP4000/2 pax with breakfast and use of the infinity pool, 1hr use of kayak and paddle board. An extra person will cost additional PhP1009. With a twist, because the tent is located above the bamboo raft in the river. They have the regular glamping at PhP3500/2 pax. But the glamping with a twist seems more exciting right?
They only have one infinity pool, but it didn't feel crowded at all. The place is huge, I fell asleep in the hammock before we had our lunch. #likeaboss They have the most beautiful accommodation, the glass house and the tree house. Both looks amazing from the outside. The viewing decent is pretty, with the comfiest seats. You can find comfy seats almost anywhere in the resort. Ang saya, promise!
You have the option to take your meals anywhere your liking, except on the viewing deck. The food is good, and not too pricey.
I had an afternoon nap, and they decided to try kayak but it was too hot. They went back, and wanted to try ATV (PhP400/30 minutes). I begged off on the ATV, as well as my friend, so we went to the infinity pool, which was all ours on that time. It was fun!
We stayed at the infinity pool until before dinner, yup, sulit. We had bonfire before we go to sleep, and they sold us marshmallows. Ultimate bonfire experience capped off our night!
They allowed us to stay until 7am the next day. I had a minor accident, when my foot slipped off the bamboo raft. Sakit, bes! I had bruises, the manager was out before we left, but she called my friend when we got home and apologized. She told us that they will replace the bamboo, and will put in more safety measures. She promised us discounts the next time.
Even with that minor accident, I still would go back in this resort. It's a beautiful and quiet place, with superb service.
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