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Subic Tour Package

Subic Tour Package Packages
Country: Philippines
City: Zambales
Duration: 2 Day(s) - 1 Night(s)
Tour Category: Beach Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary


Round trip van transfer (Manila-Subic-Manila)

Driver, Tour Guide, Diesel, Parking, and Toll fees

Permits, Environmental fees

Entrance fee at Zoobic Safari only with Zooper Tram



Assembly (Mc Donalds North Avenue Q.C. Infront of Tri Noma Mall)
E.T.D. to Subic
E.T.A. at Subic /Breakfast (on pax own account)
E.T.A. Zoobic Safari (ON PAX OWN ACCOUNT)
Animal Encounter, Aeta Trail & Show, Animal Show, Croco Loco,
Forbidden Cave, Rodent World, Savannah, Serpentarium
Tiger Safari, Zoobic Cave, Zoobic Park
Lunch (on pax own account)
Ocean Adventure (optional)
Beach Swimming / Socials / Dinner
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Breakfast (on pax own account)
Swimming (Optional)
Lunch (on pax own account)/Check out
Subic Bay Loop Tour
SBMA Port & Yacht Club
The Bat Kingdom, & Monkey Watching
Tree Top Adventure (optional)
Duty-Free Shops
E.T.D. to Manila
E.T.A. at Manila

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Explore More About Subic Bay:

Subic Bay is a bay on the west coast of the island of Luzon in the Philippines, about 100 kilometers (62 mi) northwest of Manila Bay. An extension of the South China Sea, its shores were formerly the site of a major United States Navy facility, U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay, now an industrial and commercial area known as the Subic Bay Freeport Zone under the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.

Today, water as well as the towns and establishments surrounding the bay are collectively known as Subic Bay. This includes the former naval base, Hanjin shipyard, Olongapo city, the municipal town of Subic, and the erstwhile US defense housing areas of Binictican and Kalyan housing, up to Morong, Bataan

Subic Bay is known for its deep and protected waters, as well as its collection of shipwrecks, which date back to the Spanish American War, in 1898.

In 1542, Spanish conquistador Juan de Salcedo sailed into Subic Bay but no port was developed there because the main Spanish naval base would be established in the nearby Manila Bay. When the British captured this base in 1762, the Spanish were forced to find an alternate location, and Subic Bay was found to be a strategic and superb port location. In 1884, King Alfonso XII of Spain decreed that Subic was to become "a naval port and the property appertaining thereto set aside for naval purposes.

The Pamulaklakin Nature Park is a reserved area of Binictican. Part of the 11,000 hectares of forest is at Subic Bay. The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority created the park to supplement the income of the indigenous people. The term "Pamulaklakin" derives from a word for an herbal vine in the native Ambala language.

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