Camp Pour Bolinao

The province of Pangasinan, in the Philippines, has many tourist spots and natural parks for everyone who travels and plans to visit.

Among the places that have these tourist spots is Bolinao. Anyone must not want to miss this place.

Bolinao is known for its white-sand, clean beaches, amazing rock formations, and thrilling, natural caves. Many people have been visiting Bolinao for lots of adventures and places it has to offer. But many are yet to discover its splashing falls and babbling brooks. People who love to discover exciting natural, eco-friendly sights should not miss Bolinao in their places-to-go-to list.

                Recently, another tourist spot was just discovered in Bolinao. This spot is really amazing that it surely leaves visitors to a what-a-sight and let’s-come-back-here feeling and experience. It has a unique concept [that can be compared to that of Siargao river] where tourists and visitors can have a boating while enjoying the rich, wondrous sceneries around the place called Camp Pour.

. It was made open for tourists and visitors last March 2021. At present, Camp Pour is one of the mostly visited tourist spots in Bolinao where visitors really enjoy having picture taking, breathing in its fresh air, and of course to have a break from tiresome and weary-filled days of work and toil.

. In other words, visitors go visiting there to enjoy and experience pleasure and happiness with their families and loved ones.

It was my first time to visit Camp Pour. At first, I had a doubt of visiting it alone. I thought I will not enjoy without others going there with me. But, I really did enjoy visiting the place alone. Its wonderful sceneries and beautiful sights are too lovely not to enjoy. What a great experience I had there.

I left from Sta.Barbara, Pangasinan at 5:00 AM and arrived in Bolinao at 7:40 AM. The time I spent in traveling included taking my breakfast somewhere in Labrador, Pangasinan. Having your own mode of transportation, motorcycle or vehicle, will make it a bit easier and faster to arrive. Thanks to the fine weather that time I was travelling. It was cloudy—a great weather to travel.


                From SM Dagupan City, take a bus or van going to Bolinao. The transportation fare is Php. 120-Php. 150 depending on whether you are taking an ordinary or air-conditioned public transportation. Just tell the van driver or bus conductor/driver to drop you off by the boundary of Lubigan and Cabuyao near a school. A known landmark there is an easy-to-see waiting shed. From there, take a tricycle ride going to Cabuyao/Balingasao, or ask if any of the drivers there knows Camp Pour and just ask to be dropped there. Another easy and sure way to get to Camp Pour is of course by using Google Map or Waze.

                When planning for an overnight at Camp Pour, you may just get the contact number of the driver taking you there and you can just text him/her to pick you up again by morning.

Activities to enjoy in Camp Pour:
Swimming, Kayaking,Camping/Bon firing, Picture Taking

Entrance/Visiting Fees:
Day Tour

Adult- Php 40

Kids- Php 20

Cottage: Php 250

Life vest: Php 50

grill: 50 Pesos

Photoshoot from Monday to Friday: Php 1500


Entrance fee for adults: 40 Pesos

Rent a tent: 400 pesos

Own tent: 300 Pesos

Kubo: 1200 (1pm to 9am only)

Expenses Breakdown

Fair: Php 240 Dagupan City back and forth

Tricycle: 140 2-way trip

My travel gear

Mobile Phone : Oppo A9

Selfie stick: Yunteng Bluetooth monopod extendable

Back pack: Jansport bag

Powerbank: Romoss original

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