In the past few weeks we have been busy thinking of ways to make a hobbit’s life a little bit more comfortable. You our friends continue to inspire us to do more and be more creative. And because of that motivation, we built Ynika. Ynika is our hut number 13 but is now becoming more … More Becoming a Hobbit House
This is for the inner kid in all of us! From hobbit huts, hammocks, and tents, we added a new and awesome place for you to chill – just in time for you to enjoy Siquijor’s beauty this summer. Constructed on a gentle slope along the campground’s service road facing Apo and Negros islands, this … More Siquijor Tree House
There’s no doubt that the Philippines is a great place to visit and explore, if not to retire. This country is very rich in history, much richer in natural resources, and super rich in its human resources – its people, the Filipinos! This is a very gifted country and if you want to see it … More Five Great Reasons to Explore Siquijor
Tour Siquijor Although it is only getting a 50 thousand plus of the 3 million plus tourists visiting the region each year, Siquijor is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination in the Central Philippines as the new DOT (Department of Tourism) Chief is pushing to sell Negros Oriental and Siquijor to tourists. “What we want … More Siquijor: Tour. Stay. Connect
When one mentions a “Hobbit house,” what usually comes to mind is the Lord of the Rings franchise with its scenic location, the Hobbiton movie set in New Zealand. Meanwhile, Siquijor also has some more exciting stories to tell. While New Zealand holds the original Hobbit houses, Kamp Aninipot plans to build its own Hobbit-inspired … More Hobbit Huts in Siquijor
In the next few weeks, Siquijor will celebrate its 45th birthday by virtue of Republic Act 6398 declaring Siquijor as an independent province on 17 September 1971. In modern times, Siquijor at age 45 is going strong and continues to grow because of its wonderful people and God’s given wealth of beauty. Siquijor is also … More Siquijor is getting older!
Being out in the trail with your mountain bike is fun and exciting. It’s a very rewarding experience but it is also one of those activities that involves some risks. As a friendly reminder before you hit the trail, please consider the following: Make sure you’re fit to ride or engage in any physically demanding … More Before you hit the trail
Our continued efforts to create a mountain bike trail at Kamp Aninipot is taking shape and is moving fairly well. Jim and his team got the guidance they needed to make this mountain bike trail safe and enjoyable with the coming on board of Sheldon Verano, a mountain bike aficionado himself who we connected through … More Kamp Aninipot’s MTB trail is taking shape
Yes, we are digging it! Led by Jim Calunod, his group is slowly working with their light hand tools to build a mountain bike trail around the 1.8 hectares part of the campground. These are not professional trail builders and probably none of them tried riding a mountain bike before in a trail, but they … More We’re digging it!
Kamp Aninipot’s mountain bike trail creation has started a few weeks ago but, the presidential election and two town fiestas (Larena and Lazi) forced it to stop momentarily. This week we will resume building this trail so that our mountain bikers can begin testing and using it. The pictures below will give you a very … More Creating the Mountain Bike Trail