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These 5 Waterparks Can Leave You on An Adrenaline High

Subic has many waterparks to choose from!

By: Yoorekka Team | October 13, 2020

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Dare to face your fears with your group at these awesome places!

Image: Adventure Beach Website

It’s easy to see why lots of people are drawn to water parks. It’s a place where the waters meet the thrill, making it the ultimate attraction. The feeling of twisting and turning in dark tunnels and plummeting feet first into the waters at top speed can give anyone an instant adrenaline rush and serotonin boost.

If you’re a fan of water parks, then you’d be happy to know that there are numerous ones in the country that can soak you both in water and excitement. These places are also family-oriented, so there’s no need to leave the kids behind. Subic Bay is home to some of the best water parks, so if you’re ever curious about where you can plot your next exciting family or barkada outing, check out the list of the best water parks in Subic below!


1. Inflatable Island Subic

Location: Subic Bay Waters, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City, Zambales
Rates:
Sprinkle (1 hour pass) - PhP499
Splash (2 hour pass) - PhP599; Walk-in rate - PhP699
Spray (Half-day pass) - PhP699; Walk-in rate - PhP799
Soaked (Whole day pass) - PhP899; Walk-in rate - PhP999


Waterparks

Ignite your inner child and bounce to your heart’s content!

Image: Inflatable Island Subic Facebook Page

Feel like a child again at the Inflatable Island Subic! The inflatable floating playground on the sea is filled with slides, swings, bridges, and towers that you can enjoy with your family or barkada. There are also three different lounges where you can chill or take photos for your IG feed: the Pink and Purple Bali Lounge, the Pink Jungle, and the Sunflower Lounge. Note that the floating playground has a height requirement of 3.5 feet and a no-zipper, sequin, and bead dress code to avoid causing harm to the inflatable island.



2. Adventure Beach Waterpark

Location: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Rates:
Kids below 7 years old & Senior Citizens - PhP528
Adults - PhP688


ultimate attraction

The waterpark’s Wading Pool is complete with slides, mushroom sprinklers, and a mini water playground!

Image: Adventure Beach Waterpark Website

Craving for the warmth of the sea, sand, and sun and the thrill of an exciting water playground at the same time? At Adventure Beach Waterpark, you can enjoy the best of both worlds! Take a nice, relaxing walk under the sun on the waterpark’s beach side or boost your adrenaline by going down the two giant twisting and turning slides at the Twin Twister Slide. Adventure Beach also offers other water attractions that you can try, including the Lazy River, Gushing Mushrooms, Splashing Seesaw, and Rainbow Falls.


3. Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Location: Block 5 Lot 1 Moonbay Marina Ave., Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Subic, Zambales
Rates:
Admission
Daytime - PhP200 per head
Overnight - PhP280 per head
Whole day - PhP400 per head
Cabana
Daytime - PhP800
Overnight - PhP1,200
Whole day - PhP2,000
Small hut
Daytime - PhP400
Overnight - PhP800
Whole day - PhP1,200
Bahay kubo
Daytime - PhP1,500
Overnight - PhP2,000
Whole day - PhP3,000


Subic, attraction

Hooray for the waves at Moonbay!

Image: Moonbay Marina Waterpark Website

Moonbay Marina Waterpark is home to Zambales’ biggest wave pool which has a swimming area of 3,000 square meters—perfect for huge groups of families and barkada. If you get hungry after spending a day at the wave pool, you can visit Rotonda Bar & Grill, the water park’s in-house restaurant. The resto serves a wide array of freshly grilled dishes, from stuffed squid to grilled barbecue pork belly, that is sure to satisfy your stomach and complete your Moonbay Marina experience.


4. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Location: Purok 3, Matain, Subic, Zambales
Rates:
Poolside rooms - PhP10,550 to PhP13,550; Pandemic overnight rates - PhP6,850 to PhP8,800
Beachside areas - PhP12,650 to PhP28,800; Pandemic overnight rates - PhP8,200 to PhP18,720
Beachside Suites - PhP15,200; Pandemic overnight rate - PhP9,880
Note: Pandemic overnight rates are valid until December 15, 2020.


biggest wave pool

Brave the obstacles of the inflatable water park!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

With over 15 pools and 40 whirlpools to explore, Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark is an ideal vacation destination for any kind of group. Besides its swimming pools, the resort also offers an inflatable water park where you can climb, jump, slide, and even fall into the ocean! Other water activities like jet ski, speed boat, and banana boat riding, and land activities like zip lining, rappelling, and wall climbing can also be done at the resort.



5. Subic Fun Land

Location: 116 National Highway, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales
Rates:
Fun for kids (6 hours pass) - PhP150
Fun in the Shallow (1 hr and 20minutes ticket pass) - PhP300
Fun under the Sun (2 hrs and 20minutes ticket pass) - PhP400
Fun by the Bay (Half day (6hours) ticket pass) - PhP500
Fun all day (Whole day ticket pass) - PhP700
All passes are inclusive of free use of the swimming pool and free access to the Palm Tree Restaurant Bar.
Kids under 3 feet must be accompanied by an adult.


vacation destination

Check out the astonishing beauty of this place!

Image: Subic Fun Land Website

Subic Fun Land is a newly built attraction in Subic Bay. Despite being new, the place has a little something for everybody: a swimming pool for kids, an inflatable island for adults, and a restaurant bar perfect for everyone in the group. While you’re here, don’t miss the chance to ride Subic Bay’s ocean waves and try exciting water sports like surfing and skimboarding.


Visit Yoorekka to discover more waterparks and attractions in the Philippines!


Before visiting these water parks, make sure to prepare extra swimming outfits, a lot of sunscreen, and a ton of courage!And of course, don’t forget to adhere to the safety protocols and practice minimum health standards!


Hey Yoorekkans! While we feature local tourist destinations to support local tourism, we don’t encourage you to go check them out immediately. Our goal is to share the most wonderful spots in every city to inspire your future travel adventures. For now, keep safe!

best water parks

Dare to face your fears with your group at these awesome places!

Image: Adventure Beach Website

It’s easy to see why lots of people are drawn to water parks. It’s a place where the waters meet the thrill, making it the ultimate attraction. The feeling of twisting and turning in dark tunnels and plummeting feet first into the waters at top speed can give anyone an instant adrenaline rush and serotonin boost.

If you’re a fan of water parks, then you’d be happy to know that there are numerous ones in the country that can soak you both in water and excitement. These places are also family-oriented, so there’s no need to leave the kids behind. Subic Bay is home to some of the best water parks, so if you’re ever curious about where you can plot your next exciting family or barkada outing, check out the list of the best water parks in Subic below!


1. Inflatable Island Subic

Location: Subic Bay Waters, National Highway, Lower Kalaklan, Olongapo City, Zambales
Rates:
Sprinkle (1 hour pass) - PhP499
Splash (2 hour pass) - PhP599; Walk-in rate - PhP699
Spray (Half-day pass) - PhP699; Walk-in rate - PhP799
Soaked (Whole day pass) - PhP899; Walk-in rate - PhP999


Waterparks

Ignite your inner child and bounce to your heart’s content!

Image: Inflatable Island Subic Facebook Page

Feel like a child again at the Inflatable Island Subic! The inflatable floating playground on the sea is filled with slides, swings, bridges, and towers that you can enjoy with your family or barkada. There are also three different lounges where you can chill or take photos for your IG feed: the Pink and Purple Bali Lounge, the Pink Jungle, and the Sunflower Lounge. Note that the floating playground has a height requirement of 3.5 feet and a no-zipper, sequin, and bead dress code to avoid causing harm to the inflatable island.



2. Adventure Beach Waterpark

Location: Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Rates:
Kids below 7 years old & Senior Citizens - PhP528
Adults - PhP688


ultimate attraction

The waterpark’s Wading Pool is complete with slides, mushroom sprinklers, and a mini water playground!

Image: Adventure Beach Waterpark Website

Craving for the warmth of the sea, sand, and sun and the thrill of an exciting water playground at the same time? At Adventure Beach Waterpark, you can enjoy the best of both worlds! Take a nice, relaxing walk under the sun on the waterpark’s beach side or boost your adrenaline by going down the two giant twisting and turning slides at the Twin Twister Slide. Adventure Beach also offers other water attractions that you can try, including the Lazy River, Gushing Mushrooms, Splashing Seesaw, and Rainbow Falls.


3. Moonbay Marina Waterpark

Location: Block 5 Lot 1 Moonbay Marina Ave., Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Subic, Zambales
Rates:
Admission
Daytime - PhP200 per head
Overnight - PhP280 per head
Whole day - PhP400 per head
Cabana
Daytime - PhP800
Overnight - PhP1,200
Whole day - PhP2,000
Small hut
Daytime - PhP400
Overnight - PhP800
Whole day - PhP1,200
Bahay kubo
Daytime - PhP1,500
Overnight - PhP2,000
Whole day - PhP3,000


Subic, attraction

Hooray for the waves at Moonbay!

Image: Moonbay Marina Waterpark Website

Moonbay Marina Waterpark is home to Zambales’ biggest wave pool which has a swimming area of 3,000 square meters—perfect for huge groups of families and barkada. If you get hungry after spending a day at the wave pool, you can visit Rotonda Bar & Grill, the water park’s in-house restaurant. The resto serves a wide array of freshly grilled dishes, from stuffed squid to grilled barbecue pork belly, that is sure to satisfy your stomach and complete your Moonbay Marina experience.


4. Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark

Location: Purok 3, Matain, Subic, Zambales
Rates:
Poolside rooms - PhP10,550 to PhP13,550; Pandemic overnight rates - PhP6,850 to PhP8,800
Beachside areas - PhP12,650 to PhP28,800; Pandemic overnight rates - PhP8,200 to PhP18,720
Beachside Suites - PhP15,200; Pandemic overnight rate - PhP9,880
Note: Pandemic overnight rates are valid until December 15, 2020.


biggest wave pool

Brave the obstacles of the inflatable water park!

Image: Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark Facebook Page

With over 15 pools and 40 whirlpools to explore, Whiterock Beach Hotel + Waterpark is an ideal vacation destination for any kind of group. Besides its swimming pools, the resort also offers an inflatable water park where you can climb, jump, slide, and even fall into the ocean! Other water activities like jet ski, speed boat, and banana boat riding, and land activities like zip lining, rappelling, and wall climbing can also be done at the resort.



5. Subic Fun Land

Location: 116 National Highway, Barrio Barretto, Olongapo City, Zambales
Rates:
Fun for kids (6 hours pass) - PhP150
Fun in the Shallow (1 hr and 20minutes ticket pass) - PhP300
Fun under the Sun (2 hrs and 20minutes ticket pass) - PhP400
Fun by the Bay (Half day (6hours) ticket pass) - PhP500
Fun all day (Whole day ticket pass) - PhP700
All passes are inclusive of free use of the swimming pool and free access to the Palm Tree Restaurant Bar.
Kids under 3 feet must be accompanied by an adult.


vacation destination

Check out the astonishing beauty of this place!

Image: Subic Fun Land Website

Subic Fun Land is a newly built attraction in Subic Bay. Despite being new, the place has a little something for everybody: a swimming pool for kids, an inflatable island for adults, and a restaurant bar perfect for everyone in the group. While you’re here, don’t miss the chance to ride Subic Bay’s ocean waves and try exciting water sports like surfing and skimboarding.


Visit Yoorekka to discover more waterparks and attractions in the Philippines!


Before visiting these water parks, make sure to prepare extra swimming outfits, a lot of sunscreen, and a ton of courage!And of course, don’t forget to adhere to the safety protocols and practice minimum health standards!


Hey Yoorekkans! While we feature local tourist destinations to support local tourism, we don’t encourage you to go check them out immediately. Our goal is to share the most wonderful spots in every city to inspire your future travel adventures. For now, keep safe!

author

Yoorekka’s team is composed of talented writers from all over the Philippines with varied interests, from creative writing to environmental advocacy. There is one thing that they share, though: they’re all passionate about producing articles that are not only interesting to read but also useful for anyone reading!

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