Who hasn’t heard about Subic Bay Freeport’s lush tropical forests, fine sand beaches, close-to-nature adventure, special interest destinations or gastronomic delights? Chances are, every true-blue traveler has this naval base-turned-tourism enclave in his must-see checklist. Subic is just a seamless two-hour drive from the country’s capital through a scenic road trip.

With over 7,000 islands in the Philippines, one is bound to find both hidden gems and excitement in some of the most unassuming places. Abundant in fascinating natural attractions and incredible eco-tourism, Subic Bay is the best place for a getaway.

What was originally named as “Hubek”, meaning, “Head of the Plow” by the native inhabitants, this former U.S. Naval facility became a Subic Bay Freeport in 1992 and since then, it has continuously transformed into a thriving paradise. Entering by air or by land grants ease of travel with daily flights from the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark and a quick scenic drive along Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway will lead you to a haven of immeasurable leisure.

Surrounded by lush forests and calm waters, travelers can detach from the hustle and bustle and plug into the exhilarating sunlight with the wonderful things that Subic has to offer.

Whether it is adventure, refuge, entertainment, purpose, reward or simply a relaxing vacation you seek, you’ve come to the right place.

It’s more FUN in the Philippines.