A piece of Haven will soon rise in Subic, Zambales!
Breathe in the fresh morning air as Zambales reveals its picturesque landscapes and open seas shine with abundant coral reefs and serene coasts. Abundant in culture and patrimony, the people continues to uplift the values instilled by their ancestors and legacies passed down from generation to generation amidst the modern times.
Visit the late President Ramon Magsaysay’s ancestral house carefully restored to let you take a sentimental glimpse of history. Shout on top of the mountain’s highest peak to commemorate your achievement in embarking on its trails, and rejuvenate when you plunge into the clear blue waters of the island.
There is no best time to visit when you want to go surfing; there are still hundreds of locations still unexplored. San Antonio and San Narciso are the best places to go when you want to ride the waves, rent a board or bring your own, head on over and experience it yourself.
For an adventure of a lifetime, venture on a trek to Mt. Tapulao, Mt. Pinatubo, and Anawangin Cove, to name a few, walk through the trails, and lead yourself to an open paradise. There are a lot of hotels and resorts for your accommodation but camping is not only practical, it will make you feel nature’s vibe by going back to basics. Come and go as you please, stay as late as you want, build a campfire and prepare all the food you can eat.
Be astonished in the magnificent islands and coves in Zambales visited for its tranquil beauty, invigorating waves, and quiet surroundings. Not touched by modern technology yet, cellular signal is scarce, and will leave you to enjoy and be thankful of what is around you rather than being occupied to your social media pedestal. Discover picture-perfect scenes in Anawangin Cove, Nagsasa Cove, Camara Islands, Potipot Island, and Magalawa Island.
There’s a total of 14 Festivals that are celebrated in Zambales, the most popular is the Dinamulag Festival or most commonly called as, Mango Festival. Celebrated in Iba, Zambales every April, witness astounding display of agricultural and local delicacies and other specialties based around the Zambales grown mangoes. It is rated to be “The sweetest Mangos in the World” by the Guinness Book of Records.