Tent camping in Siquijor

Up in the hills of Brgy. Tacdog, Siquijor, Siquijor is a place built for camping and other camping related activities. This is Kamp Aninipot, Siquijor’s First Family-Friendly Campground! We are committed to make this place a welcoming place for travelers who wanted to visit and enjoy the island and to our locals who just wanted to enjoy and appreciate the beauty of our very own island. We take pride in being the first family-friendly campground in the island and probably the first business establishment to NOT offer any alcohol and tobacco products in our premises.

For only 250 pesos a night ($4.96) you can stay in a tent that is good for 2-3 persons or you can stay in our hobbit hut for 550 pesos per night ($10.93) good for 2 persons. This place is the ultimate backpacker’s dream or to those who have children.

Kamp Aninipot also has its own mountain bike and walk trail to those looking for a little more challenging activity. This trail is open to the public for a 10.00 peso entrance fee but is free to use if you join our KA Riders Club.

We opened our doors this April 2017 and has been accepting reservations ever since. We are your best alternative if you are looking for a serene and quiet place and would like to experience and explore the mountainside. Since then, we’ve added a few amenities/facilities and simple attractions for our campers to enjoy. We have a bonfire pit, grill station, organic play set for kids, mini-wall climb for kids, kids zipline, flying bike, and perhaps our most popular is our giant picture frame.

So, come and stay with us and experience being close to nature. We are very accessible by car or motorbike.

We are looking forward to see you here at the kamp!

Build memories. Reconnect. Explore.

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