Enter Balboa’s Adventure Park and pay an affordable price for the exciting outdoor activities offered.
Image: Balboas Adventure Park Facebook page
Getting to Balboa’s Adventure Park is hassle-free, whether commuting or traveling in a private car. It is also recommended for travelers to drive slowly since the adventure park and farm
is a rough road.
For private cars and motorcycles, first, you have to proceed to Barotac Viejo Town and head to the LTO Way. Once you have reached the LTO Way, follow the road. The estimated route to take is about 7 kilometers. Upon arriving at the steel bridge of Vista Alegre, travel for another 100 meters. To your right, you will see Balboa’s Adventure Park signage, then after about one kilometer after turning right, you will arrive at the Adventure Park and farm, where the fun begins.
As for commuters, from Iloilo City as the point of origin, proceed to the Ceres Terminal and ride a Barotac Viejo bus. When you reach Barotac Viejo market, move to the back area, and there you will find the Golden Lee Building across the road. There is a lineup of tricycles in that area; take the Vista Alegre or Nueva Invencion tricycle, after which you will be dropped off at the Adventure Park and farm.
Address: Vista Alegre, 5011 Barotac Viejo, Iloilo, Philippines
Distance: from Iloilo International Airport, Iloilo Airport Access Road, Cabatuan 5031, Iloilo: 1 hour and 29 mins (62.9 km) via National Highway
Contact Number: 0998 5465462
The summer season is not always about beaches and luxury resorts sometimes; the fun and summer memories can also be found at a low-cost price, like what Balboa’s Adventure Park offers. Take your friends and family with you, or go for solo travel and bask in the ambiance of nature and thrill yourselves in exciting outdoor activities at Balboa’s Adventure Park, Iloilo. Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more exciting travel destinations in Iloilo and Boracay this summer!
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