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Subic Bay Sightseeing
If you are planning a trip to Subic Bay, make sure that you set aside enough time, because there are a plethora of things to see and do. If you have never been to the place, the following are a must see.
Bat Kingdom
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One of the appealing manmade Subic sightseeing spots, Bat Kingdom provides a nice and relaxing place for tourists to visit. This captivating site features more than 10,000 fruitbats, which are considered to be the biggest kind of bats in existence. Aside from these, it also offers shelter to the smallest specie of bats that people can find in the Philippines, Bamboo bats. In addition, tourists can easily situate this sightseeing spot because it is near to famous hospitality service providers in the area such as Subic Park Hotel. Moreover, they can also find other beautiful tourist destinations that are very accessible to Bat Kingdom like Apaliin Trail and Subic Golf Course. To see this protected reserve, tourists should arrange with the organization that manages the place. Furthermore, they need to prepare at least 100 pesos for the entrance fee at the site.
Read more about Bat Kingdom...
http://www.subicboard.com/bat-kingdom.php
Zoobic Safari
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The Subic Bay Freeport Zone hosts a unique theme park where animals roam free. The Zoobic Safari is one of the attractions in the Freeport area. Various exotic animals can be seen within the protected area including tigers, which are some sort of a main attraction here. Safari rates are quite cheap, which is less than P500.
Covering 15 hectares, this sanctuary and preserve is divided into several sections. The Petting Zoo runs through the forest and you can get up close and personal with deer, goats, bearcats, horses, and more. The Serpentarium contains a wide variety of snakes, and there is also a nearby pond housing some crocodiles.
Read more about Zoobic Safari...
http://www.subicboard.com/zoobic-safari.php
Bicentennial Park
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For those looking for some quality time with friends and family, or just some quiet time, the Bicentennial Park in Subic is where most folks go, both for picnics, strolls, or just fishing. One of the unique features is that the fishing ground was developed and refined.

Hill 394
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The most popular destination for climbers, Hill 394 rises over 1,300 feet above the sea, commanding a majestic view of Subic and also that of the beautiful Mount Natib. Aside from these, simply gazing at the blue skies and feeling the breeze on you after the long trip up can rejuvenate the body and spirit.

JEST Camp
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Think you have what it takes to be in the military? Try out the jungle survival program of JEST (Jungle Environmental Survival Training). Not only does it provide you with a good workout, but you will be able to learn a lot about navigating the jungles as well. In addition, there is a Mini Zoo, where the main attraction is the Butterfly Garden, home to some of the most exotic butterflies in the Philippines.
Another alluring Subic sightseeing spot that many tourists like to see is Jungle Environment Survival Camp. When they visit this site, they can learn jungle survival skills from the members of U.S. Navy Seals and Special Forces. In addition, they also teach guests about barks that have anesthetic purposes and vines that produce clean water. Situated along Burgos Street Corner Causeway in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, tourists will not have a hard time finding this Subic sightseeing spot. To have a wonderful experience at the camp, tourists should allot at least 2,000 pesos a budget.
Read more about JEST Camp...
http://www.subicboard.com/jungle-env...ining-camp.php
Malawaan Pier
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Subic Bay has, and always be associated with the seas, be it fishing or the shipping of goods. To get an idea of how the famous seaport operates, dropping by Malawaan Pier will provide you with an indication of how the process works.

Mount Pinatubo Crater Creek
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There are plenty of things to see if you take the journey to this crater lake; there are the remains of the towns and fields that were obliterated by the lahar flow. Then there is the lake from which you can go kayaking, and the hotsprings are also ever present.

The Pastolan Aeta Village
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This is where you can take some time to learn and understand the fascinating culture of the Aetas. Together with a guide, you will be able to see and witness the local handicraft, herbal medicines, and general way of life of the tribe. At the Pamulaklakin Forest, you will get to be one with nature as you become immersed with the lush environment.

Scuba Diving
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One of the biggest attractions in all of Subic, the ruins of several ships, submerged in the waters, is something that divers cannot afford to miss. Featuring a host of ancient American and Japanese vessels, it adds a whole new dimension to traditional diving and snorkeling.
Scuba diving in Subic is one of the more intimate encounters any visitor will have with nature. The place offers not only an abundance of wreck sites but a variety of reefs as well. What's better about diving here is that you don't have to travel far from a dive center just to get to a site. Most of the sites in Subic Bay are just about 20 minutes from most diving outfitters.
The many wreck sites here are a diver's dream come true. You have a wide variety of wreck sites ranging from newer sunk vessels to those dating from World War II. There is even several wrecks that go way back to the Spanish era. Salvaging operations in the 50's may have taken some of the wrecks but additional ships were either purposefully sunk or were sunk due to natural causes.
There are now more diving operators in Subic, which is a testament to its potential. Some of them have integrated a hotel, bar, or resort while others are located near hotels along the waterfront area. Most of these outfitters offer courses for those who are new.
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Ocean Adventure
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This is the only open water marine park in Subic and the rest of Southeast Asia. Marine and forest animals roam freely here within their natural habitat. Main attractions here include marine animal shows in the lagoon. Each show doesn't only entertain but also educate the audience about animal conservation.
An interesting feature you may want to try here would be animal encounter. Visitors are given the chance to swim, play in the beach, and dive with the animals in the reserve. Each animal encounter activity will come with a small affordable fee. Ocean Adventure also has diving programs featuring various reefs along the many islands of the bay.
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http://www.subicboard.com/ocean-adventure.php
El Kabayo Equestrian Center
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This is also one of the attractions in the Freeport area in Subic. Enthusiasts of the sport will love to try their skills here since the center grooms foreign breeds of horses from Argentina, Australia, and the U.S. If you're not into horseback riding then you may want to go waterfall hunting after admiring the magnificent animals.
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Jungle Joe’s World
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For those who like to visit attractive amusement parks, one of the Subic sightseeing spots that they should look at is Jungle Joe’s World. Families will surely have a splendid and remarkable time at this place because it features beautiful attractions and children’s rides. For toddlers aging two to five, one of the nicest attractions in the place that they should see is Kiddie Playzone, which has trampolines, mazes, and plastic slides. Children can also enjoy and have fun at Indy 500 Racer, Winter Wonderland, and Jungle Joe’s Playhouse Theater. Meanwhile, adults should try some exciting and fun activities at Jungle Joe’s World like Zoo Ride adventure and Jurassic Trail trekking. For those who want to visit the place, it is found within Subic Family Land Nature Adventure Park at Itanin Forest in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales.
Read more about Jungle Joe’s World...
http://www.subicboard.com/jungle-joes-world.php
Mount Pinatubo Trek
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Adventurous people who are in search for exciting and interesting outdoor activities, they should see the attractive sightseeing spot Mount Pinatubo Trek. This place is very accessible and just an hour away from Subic Bay, so tourists can easily locate it. Besides trekking and hiking, people can also enjoy different spa treatments at its spa center. Additionally, the place features hot springs and restaurants where everyone can relax.

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Subic Bay Golf and Country Club
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Subic Bay Golf and Country Club is one of the most visited attractions along Binictican Valley within Subic Bay Freeport Zone in the province of Zambales. Golfers will surely have nice and enjoyable time at this place since its 18-hole golf course provides a nice overview of the bay and forests in the area. Even if it is a private club, some travel companies and tourist guides can arrange with the management of this Subic sightseeing spot to allow tourists to have fun and spend a day at the place. Some of the most common travel packages that include a day at Subic Bay Golf and Country Club cost 5,000 pesos to 7,000 pesos.
Read more about Subic Bay Golf and Country Club...
http://www.subicboard.com/subic-bay-...untry-club.php
Subic International Raceway
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Tourists and foreigners who want to try exciting activities should take a look at the facilities of Subic International Raceway. This raceway is one of the places in the Philippines that host and hold international races like SVI Grand Prix, Formula 3, and Philippine National Touring Car. Adventurous people can have a good time at this site since its race circuit has 12 turns. For those who have interest in trying some racing activities at Subic International Raceway, they should make prior arrangements with Sports Values Inc. For companies and organizations that like to hold race events at this place should contact Automotive Association of the Philippines, as well as Federacion Internationale de Automotive.
Read more about Subic International Raceway...
http://www.subicboard.com/subic-inte...al-raceway.php
Cinco Picos Trekking
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Trekkers in Subic should allot time to go to Cinco Picos Trek. To have a wonderful and safe hiking and trekking activities at this place, tourists are usually guided by Aetas living at Mount Cinco Picos. The most common two-day trek at this Subic sightseeing spot begins at Sitio Cawak. Many people like to hike at this place because it offers a relaxing and refreshing overview of some of the beautiful natural attractions in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Trekking packages usually cost 600 pesos to 1,000 pesos.
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http://www.subicboard.com/cinco-picos-trekking.php
Subic Bay International Tennis Center
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Sports lovers will really have a nice and enjoyable time at Subic Bay International Tennis Court. Located along Remy Field in Subic Bay Freeport Zone, this Subic sightseeing spot allows people to play tennis with some professionals who manage the place. Some of the facilities that tourists can find in this place are outdoor tennis courts, a center court, and indoor courts. In addition, it has locker and shower rooms for the convenience of players. Rental of tennis courts at this place costs 100 pesos an hour.
Read more about Subic Bay International Tennis Center...
http://www.subicboard.com/subic-bay-...nis-center.php
Tree Top Adventure
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One of the special and enjoyable sightseeing spots in Subic Bay Freeport Zone that tourists and travelers should see is Tree Top Adventure. This is a manmade park situated in a beautiful and pristine forest. At this attractive Subic sightseeing spot, people can try unique activities. Inside the premises of this park, guests can tour the forest in an exciting way. They can admire the beauty of the site 100 feet above the ground. In order to ensure the safety of guests, the management and staff at the place use modern and sophisticated equipment like cable rides. Other Subic activities that guests can try at this park are tree-drop adventure, trekking, and hiking. Tour packages at Tree Top Adventure commonly cost 150 pesos to 600 pesos.
Read more about Tree Top Adventure...
http://www.subicboard.com/tree-top-adventure.php
Diving with Dolphins in Ocean Adventure
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Considered as one of the most beautiful open water parks in the Philippines, Ocean Adventure features different leisure facilities to everyone. Tourists can enjoy several exciting Subic activities in this place like diving with dolphins. However, in order to try this activity, people should be certified divers to avoid problems. Diving with dolphins in Ocean Adventure lasts for half an hour. In addition, it costs 4,250 pesos, which include entrance fee and rentals of dive gears. A group of four divers gets 15 per cent discount, while members of the water park get 10 per cent discounts.

Swimming with Dolphins in Ocean Adventure
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Another exciting Subic activity that tourists and locals can try in Ocean Adventure is swimming with dolphins. To try this exciting and unique activity, they should allot 3,750 pesos, which include admission fee at the water park. In addition, only individuals 8 years old and above can try this activity. Swimming with dolphins in Ocean Adventure lasts for 45 minutes. In this activity, everyone can ride in trained whales and can increase their learning on marine mammals. After the activity, they can take photographs with whales trained at Ocean Adventure.
Read more about Swimming with Dolphins in Ocean Adventure...
http://www.subicboard.com/swimming-w...-adventure.php
Subic Seaplane
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Tourists in Subic can also visit Subic Seaplane for another unique and enjoyable activity. This place offers several services and special Subic activities. One of the interesting activities, people can try at Subic Seaplane is local sightseeing. With the use of its chartered planes, locals and tourists can tour to some of the famous attractions in the Philippines like Mount Pinatubo, Manila South Harbor and Boracay. Other beautiful destinations in the country that they can visit are Batangas’ Taal Volcano, Puerto Galera’s Sabang Beach, and La Union’s Bauang Beach. While traveling to these destinations, tourists can also get aerial pictures of attractive and appealing sites.
Read more about Subic Seaplane...
http://www.subicboard.com/subic-seaplane.php
Le Man's Go-Kart
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If you're not a real racer or just a racer by heart but don't exactly have the heart to get on the beaten racer track, then go-carting at Le Man's Go Kart is a good way to feel like a real racer. It's a great way to enjoy the sport without getting your hands dirty so to speak. Filipino go-kart racers from various parts of the country would get together here to race in annual competitions.
Le Man's Go Kart is right beside the famous Subic Bicentennial Park, which is just along the Rizal Highway. They're open from 10 am to 7 pm, but you can come a few minutes earlier to be first in line. They have single-seater and two-seater fun carts and they also have racing carts. You can race for 10 laps with rates at P250 to P600 depending on what cart you take.
Read more about Le Man's Go-Kart...
http://www.subicboard.com/go-kart.php
Subic Extreme Adventure Park
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Subic has several theme parks that visitors can enjoy. One these theme parks can be quite a challenge and would test your limits. The Subic Extreme Adventure Park is where you will discover just how far or how high, taking it literally sometimes, you can really go. If you're the type who wants to experience big thrills then try the challenges in this theme park. Moving around is already an adventure since you'll be walking over hanging bridges elevated high up above ravines and tall trees.
The toughest challenge, and most exciting one it seems, is what they call 'slide for life'. You'll be wearing a body harness and will climb up 100 feet high in the air up on a platform on a tree. You'll be getting an astounding view of the rainforest from up there - then comes the part where you'll be screaming as you slide down a rope where your harness is attached. The guides may take pictures as you slide down, if that isn't all too embarrassing. Other activities here include tension traversing, high pole jumping, and high ladder climbing.
Read more about Subic Extreme Adventure Park...
http://www.subicboard.com/subics-ext...nture-park.php
Jungle Joe's Paintball Course
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Jungle Joe's is another theme park in Subic that is worth visiting. And if you're a paintball freak then try their course with your shooting buddies. Scope out their sniper towers, obstacles, foxholes, and a host of barricades to make everything a lot more challenging. The course is set on a two-hectare forest area, which makes combat as life-like as possible.
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http://www.subicboard.com/paintball.php
Triboa Bay Mangrove Park
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Those who want to take a break from all the thrilling parks in Subic may want to experience a quiet afternoon at the Triboa Bay Mangrove Park located in the area of the Ilanin Forest. The biological diversity in this park is pretty high where two ecosystems meet. The mangroves, of course, are the highlight of the park.
Read more about Triboa Bay Mangrove Park...
http://www.subicboard.com/triboa-bay-mangrove-park.php

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