4/20/2009

Nature Adventure in Subic

Summer summer summer!.. Did you really feel the Hot of summer after get tripping from the beaches??... So if you didn’t really feel it yet here is the another unique nature adventure that might compromise your's summer vacation….

So lets go to Norte!,, and drop by to Subic Freeport..

Subic has two faces: the Commercial Subic and the Natural Subic. These identities blend and contrast and in some instances overlap. But by this time let’s take a view the Natural Subic.

First stop.. Zoobic Safari.

Zoobic Safari. Is the latest attraction of Subic Bay Freeport's Forest adventure. The "Zoobic Safari" offers a unique ride in a "Safari Jeep" through the vast expanse of savannah amidst the Ilanin forest in Subic. This is very enjoyable adventure because beside of seeing animals you may also have chances to learn from our brother Aetas who were trained by the Navy Seals as early as the 1960s. They now serve as forest rangers and guides to this popular ecotourism attraction in Subic. These aetas demonstrated before us hunting techniques and the use of tools, like sumpit and pana (bow and arrow) which are handmade by them. They also performed ethnic rituals, like hunting and fishing dances.

The full entrance fee at the Zoobic Safari is P395 per person, P295 for children with special discounts and freebies for kids depending on their age. Its new features are the Mini Moe Show, Zooger Show and the Animal show.

So after chilling out with the nature animals and learning some basic technics from our brother Aetas.. Be feel to be relaxed of watching the aquatic species in Ocean Adventure.

Ocean Adventure. Is the first marine park and aquarium in the country. It features Subic Bay marine life and some of the world's most amazing sea mammals like dolphins, sea lions and false killer whales.

General Admission fee: Adults Php 450.00 & Children & Seniors Php 370.00
Inclusions:
Park admission, Whale Show, Sea Lion Show, Ocean Discovery Aquarium,
Sea Lion Training Center, WIN Animal Rescue Center, Dolphin Lagoon.

How to get there?

Getting in Subic is very easy from Manila: Just ride a bus from Cubao Bus Station that bounding to Olongapo, and after 2-3hours trip from the bus terminal of Olongapo province you can catch a blue jeepney to Subic Freeports Main Gate area. From their, you can take either a bus or hire a Van taxi to the Safari.

For other resources you may check also this sites:

http://www.philippines-travel-guide.com/zoobic-safari.html
http://www.subicbay.com.ph/news/index.php?id=19

And I Thank you to the source of all this photos for my gwapa friend Miss Honeysel...
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4 comments:

traveler said...

great pics!!anyway, aren't you afraid to the tiger?

RoMe said...

nice place to visit last year nag punta na dyan ang mag ina ko... hindi nga lang ako kasama..hehehe

Travel Freak said...

It's amazingly beautiful!! But is it expensive to travel there?

cagayan de oro map said...

So excited for my next subic nature adventure this summer! ready my camera and backpack!