Tour the former U.S Naval Facility at Subic Bay and brush up on your jungle survival skills
From $138 per person
Duration: 8 Hours
Journey to the stunning Subic Bay, once a U.S. navel facility, now a magnificent bay with countless sights and activities for all
Let out your inner Tarzan with a crash course in jungle survival, taught by the Aetas, indigenous people of the Philippines
Cap off your day with an extraordinary wildlife experience at your choice between the Zoobic Safari or Ocean Adventure
English Speaking DOT accredited tour guide
Additional Food & Beverages Outside Lunch
Let’s begin our adventure with an early morning drive to the former US naval facility in Subic, 75 miles northwest of Manila. After 90 years of being a naval fortress, due to volcanic eruption in 1991, the base facilities were destroyed. The area has since been converted into a modern free port and tourism zone. Subic is one of the popular places to visit in the Philippines boasting of numerous attractions and exciting activities.
Witness the aftermath brought by Mt. Pinatubo’s eruption, considered the strongest volcanic eruption in the last century. Admire the beautiful scenery as we pass through the provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga.
In Subic, visit the Jungle Environmental Survival Training Camp (JEST Camp). Learn how to survive in a tropical rain forest, as taught by Zambales’ indigenous tribesmen called Aetas. Then visit Zoobic Safari (the only one of its kind in the Philippines) featuring 11 unique attractions guaranteed to make your visit a most thrilling and memorable one. This tour allows you to get up close to the tigers and an opportunity to feed them in their own habitat.
There is an option to stop by duty free shops inside the Freeport Zone before the return trip to Manila.