Nestled in Anilao, Batangas is a little resort that instantly transports you to one of Greece’s famous islands – Santorini.

Camp Netanya‘s facade is largely inspired by Santorini to make its guests have a little taste of what it feels like to be in the famous Greek Island.One of the things I admired about the resort was its interior. It was tastefully decorated and I found myself liking the furniture they had especially in the lobby. #JustTitaThings

The resort overlooks Balayan Bay and offers a good selection of activities (complimentary & paid) that you can do while on your stay there. If you just want to swing by for a day and hang out, they also offer a Dip & Dine package.

Overall, I’d rate the resort a 4/5.

I deducted a point because food availability was often a problem. Their restaurant menu had enough to offer but it was a bit pointless since most of them were unavailable because they wouldn’t have the ingredients, which they still get from Manila, to make the dishes. It was just a bummer because their food (the available ones at least) really tasted good.

To make up for it though, the staff were really nice and accommodating to any of the requests we had.


Camp Netanya Resort in Mabini, Batangas is just a few hours from Manila.
Catch a bus bound to Batangas in bus terminals in Cubao/Buendia. From the stop, you can ride a jeepney to Mabini, Batangas.
Go down to the Mabini Crossing, and from there you can take a trike to Camp Netanya Resort. The local drivers will take you there.

Get on Metro Manila Skyway from Magallanes EDSA, Continue to Lipa
Take the exit toward Lipa City from Batangas – Quezon Rd/Calabarzon Expy.
Continue on Batangas – Quezon Rd/President Jose P. Laurel Hwy.
Take Makalintal Ave to Bauan – Mabini Rd/Mabini Circumferential Rd in Mabini

*Alternatively, you can use Waze.


Address: Brgy Ligaya, Mabini, Batangas

Mobile: +63 939 7535 074 | +63 927 8954 092


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