Experience all the joys of camping with all the comforts of home! Treehouse Campsite offers a carefree glamping experience in the mountains of Malaybalay City.
Set on a mountain in a grove of tall trees, the campsite gives campers a comfortable spot to set up and settle for a cozy and carefree stay. All your needs for shelter, food, and comfort are covered with their facilities. They even have electricity to charge your cameras and phones!
Their main camping area is in a level clearing surrounded by trees. It gives off a feeling of isolation from the world, while still providing a mountain view and a line of sight to the sky. The kitchen and their signature triangular cabins can be found here.
Peaceful and quiet campgrounds
Time will seem to slow down when you stay at Treehouse Campsite. The forest setting makes for a peaceful time with barely any sounds, except for birdsong and the swaying of leaves. Within an hour, you’ll forget about the sounds of engines and car horns!
The camp is embraced on all sides by a thick forest of tall and slender trees. It’s the perfect setting to be camping in; the trees embrace the camp with a feeling of security without feeling too cloying or imposing.
You can take a lovely walk through the peaceful forest on a bamboo bridge built by the camp. Not only is the trail scenic, it’s also absolutely serene. Feel at peace with the forest as you stroll through the tranquil thicket.
Nap under the trees, sip coffee with a view, bathe in their kawa tubs, stargaze – bask in the peace within nature in Treehouse Campsite.
One of the things that totally enhances the camping experience here is the camp kitchen. Treehouse Campsite comes prepared to cater to hungry campers with a mix of meals and snacks, from home favorites like corned beef and pancit canton to local delicacies like binaki.
Their specialties are beef halang-halang, binaki with butter (or sweet corn tamales), and tibokhai with organic sikwate. Warm up in the mornings and evenings with their selection of camp-themed drinks like hot chocolate, coffee, and hot tea. They also serve cold frappes and milkshakes, perfect for cooling down in the afternoons!
If you’d rather cook your own meals or prepare your own ready-to-cook meals, you can use their kitchen for a small fee. Really, there’s nothing quite like a warm snack and a drink to complete that camping experience.
RATES & OTHER INFORMATION
- Day tour: ₱50 per person, 7AM to 4:59PM
- Night tour: ₱50 per person, 5PM to 10am
- Kawa baths:
- Small tub: ₱100 per hour
- Big tub: ₱200 per hour
- Open type triangular cabin: ₱300 (₱50 if you bring your own tent)
- Open cottage treehouse: ₱500 per night, good for 4 to 6 persons
- You can bring your own tent and pitch inside, or you can rent one
- Tent rental: ₱350, good for 3 to 5 persons
- Tent platform (to be used if you bring your own tent): ₱50 per platform
- Additional bed foam can be rented for ₱100 each
- Check-in is at 12NN and check-out is at 10AM
- Corkage fee: none.
- The campsite enforces a NO mask, NO entry policy.
- Guests can cook their own meals with a small kitchen gas fee of ₱30.
- Bookings need to be made with their Facebook page.
- Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Tree-House-Camp-Site-111687197327226/
- Contact number: 0945-197-8177
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact location: Purok 5, Sitio Sinaburan, Brgy. Imbayao, Malaybalay City – 30 to 40 minutes from Malaybalay City proper.
BY COMMUTE: From Landing habal-habal terminal, hire a motorcycle and ask the driver to take you to Tree House Camp Site. Fare is ₱100 one way.
BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Tree House Campsite” in Malaybalay, Bukidnon. Alternatively, you can take the road near the Drug Rehab Facility going to Barangay Imbayao, and once you reach the Imbayao Elementary School, turn left. From here, follow the main road & signages.
The road going up to the site is rough, so 4×4 cars are recommended. 4×2 vehicles will find difficulty climbing up on rainy days, and sedans and cars with low clearances are totally not advisable. Motorcycles can climb up the road.