We all get that itch to re-immerse in nature, and sometimes we just need a good place to forget our stresses and recover some mental and physical energy. For your desires and needs alike, Hannah’s Nature Camp Resorts delivers!

Set on a mountain top, the resort offers guests the best of nature while providing ample accommodation to keep you comfortable and carefree!

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The resort grounds

Hannah’s Nature Camp Resort is carved into the untamed jungle of Sitio Pole, Zamboanga. Its pathways, picnic tables, huts, and even swimming pool are all etched into the ground and surrounded by a variety of ferns, bushes, and trees.

All around the resort, your eyes will be greeted by the verdant and lush greenery. Besides that, there’s an impressive city view and a panorama of the Zamboanga mountains and hills. Just the views alone are enough to invigorate the tired spirit!

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Resort amenities

Of course, views aren’t everything the forest resort has to offer. They feature spring-fed pools that are absolutely charming and relaxing. The water comes from the natural flows of the mountains of La Paz. Let the cold waters wash away your worries while you feel the cool breeze and listen to the sounds of nature.

The resort also makes watching the mountain views easy and comfortable with their very own viewing deck. It’s the perfect spot for a cup of coffee in the morning, some tea in the afternoon, or just gaze at the view and enjoy not thinking about deadlines.

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Once you’ve had your fill of nature and need your fill of refreshments, you can head over to their own kitchen and dining area. The café is al fresco, making sure your relaxation continues while you enjoy your meals with fresh air all around.

If you’re looking for a longer chance to immerse with nature, the resort offers overnight accommodation! Settle in their lovely kubo huts and drift to sleep with the rustling of leaves and the sounds of the jungle.

Hannah’s Nature Camp Resort also boasts a clear view of the sky without the light pollution at night. Bring your camping supplies and stargaze from the hills of the resort. Now that’s a solid way to reconnect with nature!

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RATES & OTHER INFORMATION

Day Use:

  • Entrance fee: None.
  • Meals for walk-in customers: ₱100

Rooms:

  • Kubo rentals available for:
    • ₱350, good for 2 pax
    • ₱500, good for 4 pax
    • ₱1,000, good for 10 pax
  • Check-in and check-out time are both at 10AM
  • Camping is available in the resort hills.

Other information

HOW TO GET THERE?

Exact location: Sitio Pole, Zamboanga, Zamboanga Sibugay

BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Forest Camp” in Sitio Pole, Zamboanga.


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  1. Jaime M Quisel

    Mag kano magpa landscape and sesign