Top 10 things to do at Subic Bay

Top 10 things to do at Subic Bay     There are so many things to do at Subic Bay it is hard to make a list of just ten but here is a preview of what awaits you at Subic Bay this summer and in fact all year around.








  • Stare Down a Tiger

    Come face to face with a man eating tiger, okay they eat mostly chicken but I would not get to close in case they wanted a snack of “Ladies” fingers. At Zoobic Safari you get close up to their tigers when you take the safari adventure, how close? Close enough to smell the chicken they just ate on their breath. In the safari adventure you are the one locked up in a cage, one on four wheels.up close to a tiger, Zoobic Safari subic bay After entering the special purpose safari vehicle there is a short drive to the tiger habitat, where the vehicle enters a set of double gates to get close to the tigers. As you slowly drive around the tigers come to investigate. Enticed by a snack of chicken they come right to you. The guide feeds chicken to the tiger through a small slot in the mesh covering. The tigers are also like to pounce on the roof, which allows the visitors a another close up as the roof has clear panels. Zoobic safari also has a mini-zoo that combines a traditional zoo and a petting zoo. Some of the animals are allowed to walk around the park. You can also feed chicken to the crocodiles, lower a piece of chicken from a fishing pool and see who is faster you or a hungry crocodile. Zoobic Safari is one of the major attractions at the Subic Bay Freeport offering visitors an experience with different animals, allow at least half a day for this attraction. Click here for details


    Swim with a Dolphin

    The Ocean adventure theme park is a marine animal center that offers visitors a range of activities. One of the added attractions that they have is a swim encounter with their trained dolphins. Here guest have the opportunity to enter the water and swim with the dolphins and perform different tricks with them. Ocean adventure offers a number of shows each day that include a whale and dolphin show with there false killer whale and a few different types of dolphins. There is a sea lion show, animal trick show, and a high dive show. Click here for details



    Be a Survivor

    Take a hike along the Pamulaklakin forest trail with a real jungle survivor and learn some of his tricks of life. The Aeatas are a local people who have been living in the jungles of the Philippines for centuries. The modern day Aeata maintains many of the cultural traits and lifestyles of their ancestor. While the US military had there base here these people acted as forest rangers and also instructed survival skills to military members. Today many are still forest rangers and the survival teachers are now passing there skills on to tourist. Here tourist can take a hike with options between 30 minutes and three hours into the jungle of the Subic Bay watershed. While on your hike your guide will point out plants that can be used to help you survive , how to find drinkable water and make a shelter in a tree. There is also some survival skills demonstrations such as making fire using bamboo sticks and drinking water from a bamboo stalk. Click here for details


    Fly through the Trees and then Drop on in

    Tree Top Adventure gives you some soft adventure to get your heart pumping. Some of the activities here include the ultimate adventure which is a face down zip line between the tree tops. Fly through the jungle like superman. Walk along th swing bridges. The activities at tree top are 60 feet above the ground. Ready to return to earth? Try tree drop, 60 feet rappel to the ground. Click here for details





  • Horse around a Bit

    The El Kabayo Equestrian Center in the Binictican area of subic Bay freeport offers a wide range of horse related activities.The center uses horses imported from the U.S., Argentina, and Australia. The breeds include thoroughbreds, saddlebreds, quarter horses and even a few standardbreds. The horses are a great contrast to the native breeds normally found in the Philippines. Even if riding is not on your agenda, a visit here is well worth the trip even if it is only to admire the magnificent horses. The center offers the traditional trail rides, the most popular being a one-hour ride into the jungle to Kabayo falls and back. No experience is required for these rides, for those who do not have experience a guide will walk along side. Click here for details


    Pamper Yourself

       Subic Bay is well know for its sports and wellness activities. Take an afternoon and pamper yourself at one of the many spas in the Subic Bay area. For the ultimate spa experience spend a day at the five star Ritz Spa.


    Life is a Beach

     Subic Bay and Zambales are both well know for their beaches. The beaches along the shore of the bay are ideal for those who like calmer waters, while the beaches along the Zambales coast are great for waves.The beaches on the Subic Bay Freeport (sometimes incorrectly called SBMA ) are located out past the airport. These include the “All Hands” and “Dungaree” beaches. The City of Olongapo attracts most of the beach goers. Two parts of the town, Kalaklan and Barretto, border on Subic Bay. Both have a number of beaches and resorts. The city operates two beaches, Halfmoon in Kalaklan and Driftwood in Barretto. Jet skies and para-sailing is available. Click here for details


    Grove to the Beat

     Olongapo has a wide variety of entertainment venues, Filipino’s love music and many are very talented. Every year thousands of Filipinos travel to other Asian countries as musicians and singers. In the navy days musicians looked upon Olongapo as almost a Mecca. The many clubs offered opportunities that were unmatched in any other part of the Philippines. If a band was lucky enough to get a gig at a club on the base and the sailors like them, they might get a contract to tour military clubs around Asia. Olongapo has long been known for it’s live music and that tradition continues. Today a large number of Clubs in Olongapo offer live music. Live music is not just in the clubs some dinning facilities such as Sam’s Pizza are also known for its live entertainment. The most visited by tourist are those on the Subic Bay Freeport, those along Magsaysay ave. of Olongapo and those along National highway in Barrio Barretto which is mostly "Gentleman clubs" that cater male guest.


  • Pretend your rich even if only for a few hours

    Subic Bay is well known for sailing and yachting, Its natural harbor is ideal for a short cruise. Whether it is for a special event for two or a group get together, chartering a Yacht for a few hours is a wonderful way to explore Subic Bay and it may be cheaper than you think. We can arrange your yacht charter for a range of different size and styles of yachts and boats berthed here at Subic Bay. We have access to both power and sailboats from simple to ultra-luxurious. We can even arrange to cater a seven course gourmet dinner from one of the finest restaurants in the Philippines. Most of our charters are however looking for something a little less luxurious and opt for a sunset cruise with drinks and snacks. Most of our yachts are designed to party with up to10 to 15 but some are larger including one that will host a party of over 50. So step up in the world and step into a Subic Bay Cruise on a yacht. Click here for details


    Get Wrecked

       The tourism office for the area calls Subic Bay the “Pearl of the Orient” and much like a pearl, it value is hidden unless you know where to look. The area offers a wide variety of wrecks to dive as well as reefs. Certified divers will find over a dozen of different wrecks to chose from. Not certified? No Problem, you can take a program called discover scuba that will allow you to experience scuba diving under the direct supervision of an instructor. While discover diving is available around the world, Subic Bay is one of a few places that you can do your discover dive on a shipwreck. Click here for details



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