Sunday, 27 April 2014

Pamulaklakin Forest Trail, Subic

Ang Ineetttt!! The HEAT is definitely ON! Where have you been so far? Summer has always been the best time for us to go out and explore, in addition to the myriad of summer destinations like the beach,  local parks, mountains or  water parks, how about a relaxing dip in the river instead? 

For just P50 pesos per head you can enjoy a relaxing day with family and friends amidst one of the virgin forest in the country. Add up a chance to mingle with the Aetas living in the vicinity and an opportunity  to enjoy nature at its best.


Welcome to Subic's Pamulakalakin Forest Trail!



Pamulaklakin Forest trail is located inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Once inside the Freeport, look for signages going to Binictican, the trail is located after Brent International School.  If using public transport, you can take a taxi or a bus going to Binictican, bus station is near the main gate in front of Golden Dragon Restaurant which is on the opposite side of Jolibee Main Gate.


 my family enjoying the cold and fresh water





They offer packages for the visitors:

Package 1: Sightseeing at P50/head
                 inclusive of a guided tour walking tour and picture taking around the area.

Package 2: Mini Jungle Tour at P50/head
                inclusive of a guided 30-minute forest hike and jungle survival demonstrations.

Package 3: Ecology Tour at P250/head
                inclusive of a guided 2 to 3-hour jungle trek, tribal dance performance, and jungle survival
                demonstrations.

Package 4: Overnight Jungle Tour at P500/head + P50 every succeeding night
                inclusive of guided walking tours, tribal dance performance, and jungle survival demonstrations.

Others:
            P50, picnic entrance
            P50, table rental




Aetas kids enjoying the river with the tourists


Refreshing! So what are you waiting for? Plan your  next summer destination! Wherever it is, make sure to have FUN!! Cheers!

 



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2 comments:

  1. Thanks. This is the first time I've read about this. I hope the tourists won't spoil the place kase ang mura lang ng entrance. Will check this out.

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  2. This is a great post. I am really bad at remembering to pin articles I liked or were helpful but I do have a board started...

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