One of the premier destinations in the Philippines, Subic bay is the
former site of an American naval base which has been transformed into a bustling economic freeport zone. On its
shore are the city of Olongapo and the town of Subic.
It is situated on the southern part of Zambales Province on the western side of Central Luzon.
It has all the facilities and wonders of nature that cater to the needs of travellers - beaches, rainforests,
camp sites, casinos, and duty-free shops.
Subic Bay Freeport is approximately 110 kilometers northwest of Manila.
Entrance to the Freeport
Aqua sports activities include yachting, windsurfing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, sailboarding, coral and
shipwreck diving, swimming, and fishing.
Places of Interest
- Subic Bay Leisure Zone - a virgin triple-canopy rainforest.
- Subic Bay Yacht Club
- Pamulaklakin Forest trail
- Jungle Environmental Survival Training (JEST) Camp
- Miracle and Dungaree Beaches
- Spanish Gate
- Fisherman's Wharf
- Triboa Country Club
- Grande Island where beaches and sunken wrecks of warships are found
Where to Stay in Subic? please visit Subic Hotels.
Entrance to the Boardwalk
Another View of the Bay
Subic Bay Freeport
An American naval ship anchored at the freeport
An old Spanish Gate
Trees abound at the port
View of a shipyard within the bay
New Subic Bay Lighthouse
View of the central business district of the freeport