Camp Netanya was damaged in last year’s big earthquake that hit Batangas, but after a year or so, the beauty has been restored for us to enjoy.
This Greek inspired heaven on earth was really a sight to behold. White and Blue dominated the whole place to match the clear blue skies and cottony white clouds.
The best thing about our trip to Camp Netanya? Our very own photographer, Kuya is a lifeguard but he is so accommodating that he is willing to risk his life just to get you the best photos you could think of! Leave him a good tip even though he doesn’t ask!
Aside from having wonderful pictures and dipping in the pool, here were some of the things we did:
Camp Netanya Movie Night
Camp Netanya at night. Movie projected on the white wall. Swim and watch as you please.
During our stay, they happen to have artists around to do guests’ caricature.
Camp Netanya doesn’t have a beach of its own. You need to rent a boat and go island hopping and go to one of the beaches there to set your feet on the sand. However, I will suggest to just stay at the resort and enjoy its amenities.
And just have fun doing photo shoots. 😂
See the many IG worthy nooks all over Camp Netanya 🔽🔽🔽
For our accommodations, check out Sleeping at Camp Netanya.
Camp Netanya is located at Barangay Ligaya, Anilao, Mabini, Batangas.