Months prior to our trip, I consulted Mr. Internet for budget accommodations in Camiguin. There were a lot of options, especially the ones near the beach, but one place really stood out: Enigmata Treehouse Ecolodge.
I immediately fell in love with its rustic charm. And I wanted to try something new! Since the boyfriend gave me the go signal, I made a reservation right away. You can check out their room rates here.
The place definitely had a hipster vibe to it.
When we arrived, we were greeted by a nice young woman who took us to our room. I forgot her name though. Blame my awful memory! lol
We stayed at the Eagle’s Nest – the biggest room they have. And yes, that’s a musketero. If you’re Filipino, you’d know what it’s for! Haha. I didn’t get any insect bites, thanks to the musketero. Hahaha. It is a tree house after all. So, expect that there will be some mosquitoes and other insects!
Extra bed. The room that we booked was actually a family room, but the rate was so cheap that I just had to get it. Hahaha.
My favorite part of the room was definitely the hammock.
Now, let me give you a quick tour outside.
These are their pets. They have cats too. One of them even tipped our trash bin over. LOL
A beautifully creepy sculpture of a human-turtle hybrid.
Okay, let’s go back inside. This area is where guests can meet,
chill in the hammocks,
and even play some music.
There weren’t a lot of guests around. Maybe because we were there during the weekdays. It’s nice place for backpackers who love art and even those who just want to try something new. There’s no air conditioning and wi-fi. But the lack of which made me love the place even more. It was nice to live a simple life for a couple of days. Also, I don’t really go online when I travel anyway, so the lack of internet connection didn’t bother me at all! Haha.
Enigmata Treehouse Ecolodge is such a unique and artistic place, all thanks to these talented people!
I know I complained about the water shortage in my previous post, but if I were to go back to Camiguin someday, I would still choose to stay here. It’s a freaking tree house! I mean, almost all of us wanted to live in a tree house when were were kids, right?! 😉
Just a girl in her late twenties trying to find her way through life. She loves to write, eat, take photos, and freedive. She used to travel a lot and hopes she could do that again when this global pandemic is over.