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Going out of town? Here are some trailer homes you can rent or buy

By Brooke Villanueva Published Sep 23, 2021 4:32 pm

Planning an out-of-town trip? 

Hotels and Airbnb homes are undoubtedly good places to stay, but it’s also nice to experience the outdoors in all their glory from time to time. We can do that in a trailer home, where we can find our way around the grill, see the best of wildlife, and bask in stunning views.

Take a look at one of Maris Racal and Rico Blanco’s adventures. The hot couple seemingly enjoyed a recent trip in a relaxing mobile home that carries wooden touches that exude warmth and character.

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Want to do the same? Here are some trailers you can rent or buy for your future travels. 

This 1971 Volkswagen Kombi Campervan can welcome up to two guests. It features a cozy bedroom equipped with a small electric fan that can help keep the bugs at bay. For waste generation, large boxes of tissues instead of single-use items are provided. It costs P2,171 per night.


Measuring about 25 feet, this camper/RV is situated on top of a hill in Calaca, Batangas. Carrying a Boho chic theme, it comes with a queen-sized bed, a couch that can double as a bed, kitchenette (with induction coffee maker, microwave, pots and pans, utensils, and dinnerware), toilet and bath, eco-friendly bath amenities, television (with local channels and movies saved on a USB), Bluetooth speaker, air conditioner, as well as a private deck for outdoor grilling. Priced at P12,500 per night, guests must shell out a P5,000 security deposit as well as P500/pax for an onsite saliva antigen test, with the exemption of children.


Looking for something more unique? Check out this Pinoy jeep that has been turned into a cozy home away from home. Located in Tanay, Rizal, the lovely space features queen-sized and double mattresses, kitchenette, campfire pit, waterfront, and more. Priced at P5,500 per night, it can fit up to five guests. Just make sure to have a health and travel certificate prepared by your barangay or a rapid test with a certificate issued not more than five days before your chosen schedule.


If you’re serious about camping, you might want to buy your own trailer home instead. One of the most affordable offerings on the market is the Stellar from Trailer Home Philippines. This second-hand find has an airconditioner, kitchenette, toilet and bath, sofa beds, fridge, and storage cabinets, among others. It’s priced at P1,300,000.


Should you prefer something that’s decked out in striking hues and patterns, you can get this brand new van for pre-order. Priced at P3,500,000, it has a kitchenette, sofa beds, as well as a toilet and bath.


Want a more sleek look? Also from Trailer Home Philippines, this brand new camper (P3,500,000) has Instagrammable interiors with neutral colors. Also from Trailer Home Philippines, it even has a sunroof feature that can give your vehicle more light and warmth.


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