Kamp Tralala is an unassuming campsite on the eastern bank of Lumot Lake in Cavinti, Laguna. Spread across three hectares of lush landscape, the place promises a memorable outdoor adventure for those lucky enough to visit.
As guests enter Kamp Tralala, they’ll be greeted by the beauty of its surroundings. The campsite is situated within a rambutan tree farm, providing a unique setting for camping enthusiasts. They can set up their tents or hammocks amidst the trees and enjoy the shade they provide. When in season, guests can even pick fresh fruits straight from the trees and eat as much as they can during their stay, free of charge.
One of the standout features of the campsite is its stunning view of Lake Lumot. Sipping a cup of coffee while enjoying the view is something you’ll remember for a long time. When guests are ready to answer the call of the lake, they are free to take a refreshing swim in its crystal-clear waters.
Aside from swimming, the campsite provides ample opportunities for fishing and boating. For those seeking adventure, Kamp Tralala has plenty of recreational activities to keep guests entertained. They can hop on a bamboo raft and leisurely paddle across the lake or ride an all-terrain vehicle. If they prefer a more unique dining experience, renting a motorized floating cottage while enjoying a delicious meal is the way to go.
While Kamp Tralala does not have rooms, visitors planning to stay overnight have plenty of space for campers to find their cozy spot amidst nature. Alternatively, they can book a hassle-free day trip for only P300 per person.
For those seeking a bit of adventure and a whole lot of fun, the mudslide activity at Kamp Tralala is a must-try. Sliding down and landing in a puddle of mud is an experience that brings laughter-filled memories that will last a lifetime.
When it comes to food, guests have the option to bring their meals and snacks or choose to order from Kamp Tralala’s in-house kitchen.
Additionally, the campsite boasts a quirky yet unforgettable feature—a toilet with a view. As guests sit on the toilet seat, they can admire the picturesque view of Lake Lumot through a large window. It’s an experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression and provide a unique talking point.
At Kamp Tralala, the charge is P500 per person, which includes the parking fee, the use of life vests, and the use of a tent. Guests are reminded to bring their bedding for a comfortable night’s sleep.
So, if you’re yearning for an escape from the ordinary and a chance to reconnect with nature, you’d, best be on your way to Kamp Tralala right this very moment.