Islands and Beaches
Experience A New Camping Site in Zambales
Choose Philippines | Nov 05, 2018
At around 2 hectares, Agoho Kampsite promises the ultimate camping experience that Zambales is known for.
“People really look for the camping vibe here (in Zambales), it’s very reminiscent of the old Crystal Beach…walang masyadong establishments, walang rooms, simplicity lang. So camping site and surfing.” Says Lily Anne R. Alag, acting Operations Supervisor of Agoho Kampsite.
Aimed towards families, surfers, and backpackers, Agoho Kampsite aims to be an eco-friendly camping ground, “We will teach campers on how to be responsible campers and also minimize the use of plastics, to re-use and recycle.” Apart from that, your pets are welcome as well.
While they have a bring your own tent policy, Agoho Kampsite is relatively fair priced at 550 per night (check-in starts at 1AM) with amenities such as a grilling area, outdoor showers and toilets with bidet (talk about convenience!). You can also ask for assistance if you want to go on a hike, surf, or even try other activities.
Overall, Agoho Kampsite is perfect for amateur campers and pros alike.
How to get there via your own vehicle:
-Take Balintawak exit to North Luzon Expressway NLEX
-Exit on SCTEX on the last tollgate of NLEX
-Upon exiting, take the route going to Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority SBMA
-At SBMA tollgate turn right on Rizal Highway
-Go straight until the dead end
-Turn left on the right tollgate to Olongapo City
-Turn right on the first intersection (Canal St.)
-Exit to Kalaklan Gate and turn left going to Zambales, Subic Town, Castillejos, San Marcelino
-Take the shortcut (see shortcut signage in the middle of the road)
-Town of San Narciso, turn left after the Municipal Hall on your left
-Follow road signs going to Crystal Beach Resort or ask the locals for directions
-Agoho Kampsite is just after Crystal Beach Resort