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8 Summer Spots in Subic Bay You Shouldn't Miss for Water Adventures

Searching for tourist spots for water sports? Then Subic is your best bet!

By: Corabelle Guevarra | March 28, 2022

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Nothing beats the summer heat by enjoying waters under the sun!

Image: Inflatable Island PH Facebook Page

Everyone likes to have fun in the water. Whether you know how to swim, nothing beats quenching your thirsts like beaches, pools, and open water in this summer weather. Just drift idly, leave your worries behind, and chill in the cool, peaceful water because what else is summer vacation for?

Here are seven places for water sports in Subic you can visit in your next summer getaway! This is where these tourist spots in Subic come in handy. These water adventure destinations let you experience the fun of being a kid again with cool play areas, water sports activities, and swimming spots. So, regardless if you’re in it for the thrill or just for the quiet rest and recreation you deserve, you’ll definitely have something to do and enjoy.


1. Ocean Adventure

Address: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports in subic

One of Ocean Adventure’s sea animal shows is the Dolphin Tales, featuring these bottlenose dolphins entertaining the audience.

Image: Ocean Adventure Subic Bay

Ocean Adventure takes pride as the first open-water marine theme park in Southeast Asia. Guests can enjoy various shows featuring dolphins, sea lions, and other marine animals. The water park’s entrance fee, inclusive of all feature shows and aquarium exhibits, is PhP848 for adults and PhP678 for senior citizens and children 12 years and below. If you want more water adventures, you can interact with the dolphin and sea lions on your own or with your group for an additional fee.

If you’re planning to stay overnight in Subic after your day in Ocean Adventure or if you want to take a quick dip by the beach, you can go to Camayan Beach Resort and Hotel, beside the water park. You can get package rates for accommodations in the hotel, including tickets to the park. You can shop at the Ocean Treasures Gift Shop and the Treasure Chest Gift Shop for keepsakes and souvenirs to bring home to your family and friends.


2. Inflatable Island

Address: Samba Bluewater Resort, Purok 6, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, Subic

The Inflatable Island’s playground aerial shot features the candy-colored unicorn-themed inflatables.

Image: Inflatable Island PH

One popular water theme park in Subic Bay Inflatable Island PH. This pastel-themed water park is the ultimate Instagram-worthy destination if you’re fond of rainbow-colored things and unicorns. Dubbed as the biggest floating playground in Asia, Inflatable Island contains unicorn-themed inflatable slides, towers, bridges, human launchers, swings, and the floating cinema that both kids and adults will surely enjoy watching. It is recommended to wear rash guards and swim leggings to protect you from the sun. Also, do not wear clothes that have sharp objects like buttons or zippers and accessories like earrings, watches, or rings that can damage the inflatables.

Here, you can avail of four different passes: Sprinkle (one-hour pass at PhP499), Splash (two-hour pass at PhP699), Spray (half-day pass at PhP799), and Soaked (whole day pass at PhP899).


3. Adventure Beach Waterpark

Address: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports

Both kids and adults will enjoy this wading pool with the Kids Island at the center featuring three types of water slides.

Image: Adventure Beach Waterpark

One of the must-visit water parks in Subic is Adventure Beach Waterpark. It features everything you’d want to find in a water park: swimming pools, water playgrounds, water slides, lazy river, rides, wall climbing, and rappelling. It is owned and operated by the company that also manages Ocean Adventure and Camayan Beach Resort; hence it makes sense that it’s just a stone’s throw from these two famous establishments.

Weekend admission tickets cost PhP688 for adults and PhP528 for children. Weekday rates cost PhP500 for both. These are both inclusive of an all-day pass, unlimited swimming time at their beach and pool, and free usage of various facilities.



4. Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Address: Block 6, Lots 3 and 4, Moonbay Marina Complex, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water adventures

The main highlight of Moonbay Marina Waterpark is its wave pool, which also has three Jacuzzis in it.

Image: Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Moonbay Marina Waterpark boasts the biggest wave pool in Zambales, with a 3,000-square meter swimming area and a raging river. This is the ideal venue for company outings and family gatherings since the summer place to go in Subic is enormous, and they have various cabanas available for rent.

You can rent one of their cabanas at PhP300 for the small one and PhP1200 for the bigger one, and this already includes a PhP600 consumable at The Garden Grill, their very own restaurant. The admission rate of Php350 has whole-day access to the Water Park and free use of other facilities like the basketball and volleyball courts.


5. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Address: Purok 3, Matain, Subic


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports activities

D’ Ultimate Inflatable Water Park in Whiterock is one of the latest features of the resort.

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Water Park

At Whiterock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, you’ll never run out of things to do. It has several water sports features and recreational facilities that you can play in all day long on your visit, whether for a day tour or an overnight stay. Aside from its water park with swimming pools, water playground, and slides, it also has a bowling alley, extreme adventure zones, water sports, restaurants, and even its own spa. It also has an expansive beach area and garden area, a suitable venue for team-building activities.

Overnight rates start at PhP7,145, including room accommodation, water park passes, free use of the various recreational facilities, and buffet breakfast.


6. Networx Jetsports

Address: Waterfront Rd., Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, places to go in subic

Fly like Iron Man at 30 feet and dive like a dolphin in this fly board ride at PhP4,500 for 20-minute airtime.

Image: Networx Jetsports

Networx Jetsports was initially established as a venue for Jet Ski enthusiasts in 1997. It also introduced other water adventures in the following years. Today, it features water rides and activities like banana boat riding, parasailing, bay cruise, parasail boat ride, and flyboarding.

The price range for these activities starts at PhP300, and it can cost as much as PhP11,000. Networx Jetsports is also an authorized dealer of US-based manufacturers of personal watercraft accessories, parts, and equipment.


7. Johan’s Beach & Dive Resort

Address: Midway Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Subic Bay



Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water parks in subic

Before going to the actual waters, the dive instructor will first teach you some diving techniques in the pool.

Image: Johan’s Beach and Dive Resort

If you enjoy the waters under the sun, how about experiencing the waters below? At Johan’s Beach and Dive Resort, they will teach you, show you, and let you experience an under-the-sea adventure. With 40 years of experience under his belt and certifications recognized worldwide, rest assured that you are in good hands with Johan De Sadelier, the owner and dive instructor of the resort.

You can choose from some dive courses for first-time learners and higher technical courses for the more experienced divers. Prices for the diving lessons start at PhP3,000 for the entry-level courses (inclusive of equipment), up to PhP23,000 for the scuba diver and junior scuba diver courses (inclusive of the crew pack). Equipment rental can go as low as PhP200 per dive and PhP3,000 for two main tanks for technical diving. The resort also has available rooms and accommodations and an in-house restaurant.



8. Subic Bay Yacht Club

Address: Moonbay Marina Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, tourist spots in subic

This is the view of Subic Yacht Club with the various types of boats and yachts in the dock.

Image: Subic Bay Yacht Club Inc.

Open for members and non-members, Subic Bay Yacht Club is your once-in-a-lifetime access to the luxurious yacht lifestyle if you have the money to splurge. For yacht owners, various berthing rates are available depending on the pier and the size of your yachts, which start at PhP875 per day for members and PhP2,625 per day for non-members.

For guests who want to experience a yacht cruise but do not own a yacht, one can be rented at PhP21,000, suitable for 20 persons for a two-hour cruise with food and drinks. Other water sports equipment is also available for rent. The yacht club also has a swimming pool and beach area to bask under the sun and play around the sand and the water. Guests can opt to stay in their rooms, which go for PhP9,000 up to Php24,000 per night.


If you and your family or friends still haven’t gone out this summer, the list gives you various options for your out-of-town trip. But no worries, if those plans won’t push through this summer, you can still head to these destinations at any time of the year! So, which of these water activities spots in Subic will you be heading to soon? Whatever it is, take care and enjoy!


Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more exciting travel spots in Subic and Central Luzon!


Stay safe as you travel! Make sure to follow social distancing protocols and observe health precautions. Have a great trip!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on May 05, 2018.


Check out this video:



water sports in subic, Subic, water sports, water parks, water adventures, water sports activities

Nothing beats the summer heat by enjoying waters under the sun!

Image: Inflatable Island PH Facebook Page

Everyone likes to have fun in the water. Whether you know how to swim, nothing beats quenching your thirsts like beaches, pools, and open water in this summer weather. Just drift idly, leave your worries behind, and chill in the cool, peaceful water because what else is summer vacation for?

Here are seven places for water sports in Subic you can visit in your next summer getaway! This is where these tourist spots in Subic come in handy. These water adventure destinations let you experience the fun of being a kid again with cool play areas, water sports activities, and swimming spots. So, regardless if you’re in it for the thrill or just for the quiet rest and recreation you deserve, you’ll definitely have something to do and enjoy.


1. Ocean Adventure

Address: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports in subic

One of Ocean Adventure’s sea animal shows is the Dolphin Tales, featuring these bottlenose dolphins entertaining the audience.

Image: Ocean Adventure Subic Bay

Ocean Adventure takes pride as the first open-water marine theme park in Southeast Asia. Guests can enjoy various shows featuring dolphins, sea lions, and other marine animals. The water park’s entrance fee, inclusive of all feature shows and aquarium exhibits, is PhP848 for adults and PhP678 for senior citizens and children 12 years and below. If you want more water adventures, you can interact with the dolphin and sea lions on your own or with your group for an additional fee.

If you’re planning to stay overnight in Subic after your day in Ocean Adventure or if you want to take a quick dip by the beach, you can go to Camayan Beach Resort and Hotel, beside the water park. You can get package rates for accommodations in the hotel, including tickets to the park. You can shop at the Ocean Treasures Gift Shop and the Treasure Chest Gift Shop for keepsakes and souvenirs to bring home to your family and friends.


2. Inflatable Island

Address: Samba Bluewater Resort, Purok 6, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, Subic

The Inflatable Island’s playground aerial shot features the candy-colored unicorn-themed inflatables.

Image: Inflatable Island PH

One popular water theme park in Subic Bay Inflatable Island PH. This pastel-themed water park is the ultimate Instagram-worthy destination if you’re fond of rainbow-colored things and unicorns. Dubbed as the biggest floating playground in Asia, Inflatable Island contains unicorn-themed inflatable slides, towers, bridges, human launchers, swings, and the floating cinema that both kids and adults will surely enjoy watching. It is recommended to wear rash guards and swim leggings to protect you from the sun. Also, do not wear clothes that have sharp objects like buttons or zippers and accessories like earrings, watches, or rings that can damage the inflatables.

Here, you can avail of four different passes: Sprinkle (one-hour pass at PhP499), Splash (two-hour pass at PhP699), Spray (half-day pass at PhP799), and Soaked (whole day pass at PhP899).


3. Adventure Beach Waterpark

Address: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports

Both kids and adults will enjoy this wading pool with the Kids Island at the center featuring three types of water slides.

Image: Adventure Beach Waterpark

One of the must-visit water parks in Subic is Adventure Beach Waterpark. It features everything you’d want to find in a water park: swimming pools, water playgrounds, water slides, lazy river, rides, wall climbing, and rappelling. It is owned and operated by the company that also manages Ocean Adventure and Camayan Beach Resort; hence it makes sense that it’s just a stone’s throw from these two famous establishments.

Weekend admission tickets cost PhP688 for adults and PhP528 for children. Weekday rates cost PhP500 for both. These are both inclusive of an all-day pass, unlimited swimming time at their beach and pool, and free usage of various facilities.



4. Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Address: Block 6, Lots 3 and 4, Moonbay Marina Complex, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water adventures

The main highlight of Moonbay Marina Waterpark is its wave pool, which also has three Jacuzzis in it.

Image: Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Moonbay Marina Waterpark boasts the biggest wave pool in Zambales, with a 3,000-square meter swimming area and a raging river. This is the ideal venue for company outings and family gatherings since the summer place to go in Subic is enormous, and they have various cabanas available for rent.

You can rent one of their cabanas at PhP300 for the small one and PhP1200 for the bigger one, and this already includes a PhP600 consumable at The Garden Grill, their very own restaurant. The admission rate of Php350 has whole-day access to the Water Park and free use of other facilities like the basketball and volleyball courts.


5. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Address: Purok 3, Matain, Subic


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water sports activities

D’ Ultimate Inflatable Water Park in Whiterock is one of the latest features of the resort.

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Water Park

At Whiterock Beach Hotel and Waterpark, you’ll never run out of things to do. It has several water sports features and recreational facilities that you can play in all day long on your visit, whether for a day tour or an overnight stay. Aside from its water park with swimming pools, water playground, and slides, it also has a bowling alley, extreme adventure zones, water sports, restaurants, and even its own spa. It also has an expansive beach area and garden area, a suitable venue for team-building activities.

Overnight rates start at PhP7,145, including room accommodation, water park passes, free use of the various recreational facilities, and buffet breakfast.


6. Networx Jetsports

Address: Waterfront Rd., Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, places to go in subic

Fly like Iron Man at 30 feet and dive like a dolphin in this fly board ride at PhP4,500 for 20-minute airtime.

Image: Networx Jetsports

Networx Jetsports was initially established as a venue for Jet Ski enthusiasts in 1997. It also introduced other water adventures in the following years. Today, it features water rides and activities like banana boat riding, parasailing, bay cruise, parasail boat ride, and flyboarding.

The price range for these activities starts at PhP300, and it can cost as much as PhP11,000. Networx Jetsports is also an authorized dealer of US-based manufacturers of personal watercraft accessories, parts, and equipment.


7. Johan’s Beach & Dive Resort

Address: Midway Baloy Long Beach, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Subic Bay



Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, water parks in subic

Before going to the actual waters, the dive instructor will first teach you some diving techniques in the pool.

Image: Johan’s Beach and Dive Resort

If you enjoy the waters under the sun, how about experiencing the waters below? At Johan’s Beach and Dive Resort, they will teach you, show you, and let you experience an under-the-sea adventure. With 40 years of experience under his belt and certifications recognized worldwide, rest assured that you are in good hands with Johan De Sadelier, the owner and dive instructor of the resort.

You can choose from some dive courses for first-time learners and higher technical courses for the more experienced divers. Prices for the diving lessons start at PhP3,000 for the entry-level courses (inclusive of equipment), up to PhP23,000 for the scuba diver and junior scuba diver courses (inclusive of the crew pack). Equipment rental can go as low as PhP200 per dive and PhP3,000 for two main tanks for technical diving. The resort also has available rooms and accommodations and an in-house restaurant.



8. Subic Bay Yacht Club

Address: Moonbay Marina Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone


Water Activities Spots in Subic for Summer Outings, tourist spots in subic

This is the view of Subic Yacht Club with the various types of boats and yachts in the dock.

Image: Subic Bay Yacht Club Inc.

Open for members and non-members, Subic Bay Yacht Club is your once-in-a-lifetime access to the luxurious yacht lifestyle if you have the money to splurge. For yacht owners, various berthing rates are available depending on the pier and the size of your yachts, which start at PhP875 per day for members and PhP2,625 per day for non-members.

For guests who want to experience a yacht cruise but do not own a yacht, one can be rented at PhP21,000, suitable for 20 persons for a two-hour cruise with food and drinks. Other water sports equipment is also available for rent. The yacht club also has a swimming pool and beach area to bask under the sun and play around the sand and the water. Guests can opt to stay in their rooms, which go for PhP9,000 up to Php24,000 per night.


If you and your family or friends still haven’t gone out this summer, the list gives you various options for your out-of-town trip. But no worries, if those plans won’t push through this summer, you can still head to these destinations at any time of the year! So, which of these water activities spots in Subic will you be heading to soon? Whatever it is, take care and enjoy!


Visit Yoorekka Magazine for more exciting travel spots in Subic and Central Luzon!


Stay safe as you travel! Make sure to follow social distancing protocols and observe health precautions. Have a great trip!


This article was originally published in Yoorekka on May 05, 2018.


Check out this video:



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Corabelle, outside her full-time job as a Digital Marketing Manager in Clark, she still makes time for her hobbies, be with her family and friends, travel, and work on a side business. Someday she wishes to fulfill her travel goals by being able to visit all the beautiful islands of the Philippines and see the sights of the different countries in Asia and the world. Just like anyone who has that wanderlust gene, Corabelle’s mantra is: “work, save, travel… repeat.”

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