Camp Benjamin markets itself as a teambuilding destination near Metro Manila. But this 4.7 hectare camp is more than just that. It could also be a sanctuary for those seeking a simple, pastoral and back to basic life, sort of, if not for their modern amenities.
Inside the vast complex are The Center, Shalom Hotel and team building facilities that cater to big groups and events. The camp actually offers ready-made team building program for any interested organization.
Mon’s Restaurant offers interesting and farm-to-table dishes. Never to be missed are its bestsellers - adobong manok sa tablea, crispy kare-kare and bibingcrepe.
What I like most about the camp is its Win Farm for showcasing an organic and integrated approach in farming. The plants and animals live in harmony together, and most of the time, end up on the plates in the restaurant. That’s what I call forever.
Even if the camp doesn’t have a natural river, well at least it has a nice-looking pool, which I couldn’t resist from swimming.
I heard that the camp was named after Tatay Benjamin, a philanthropist who predicted four decades ago that the owners would someday build an expansive resort in Cavite. And it came true. Certainly, the best way to validate predictions is simply to create it.
Tel. No.: 395-5092