How to Get Here
With five terminals scattered in key cities of the metro, Victory Liner Bus Company services the province of Zambales and provide daily departure from Manila. It is a 5 hours travel time, depending on the traffic, to reach the province’s capital, Iba. Fare is less than Php 350.00 per head (one way) to Iba and less than Php 450.00 to Sta. Cruz, the last municipality of Zambales that comes before Pangasinan province.
What to Do
A favourite surfing destination near Manila, the town of San Narciso is a haven for the surfing enthusiasts. The spot is a great place for novice and even expert surfers. Zambales offers a year round of good decent waves, especially on the months of May to November.
Explore the beaches and coves
Zambales is for the beach lovers and weekend warriors! Home to some of the finest beaches and coves, get the most out of the calm waves, beautiful sand and scenic views in one of the country’s popular yet underrated tourist destinations.
Experience jungle safari
See different exotic and wild animals up close and personal in the 25-hectare wildlife sanctuary, Zoobic Safari.
Enjoy a day in a mango farm
Guests can pick sweet, delectable mangoes straight from the mango trees during harvest season at the Rosa Farm, a 12.5 hectare mango orchard in Barangay Luna, located in the boundary of San Marcelino and San Antonio.
Enjoy retail therapy in duty-free shops
One of the best places to shop your favourite imported brands, Subic Bay Freeport Zone has three major duty free shops to satisfy your wants of duty-free goods and treats.
Estimated Cost per Person
To go to another town or municipality, jeepney is the most practical and best choice to ride; while tricycles are used when travelling within a barangay. Minimum fare per person is Php 10.00.
Cheapest is Php 800.00 and can go as high as Php 5,000.00 per night.
Php 75.00 – Php 300.00 per meal
Average price per day
Php 1,500.00 – Php 1,800.00