The SpaceThe apartment is located inside the former US Naval base in the Philippines- now transformed into Subic Bay Freeport Zone, a bustling commercial and eco-tourism center in Luzon Island.
What will make your visit a memorable one is seeing that your vacation address is located on top of a hill, at the edge of a rainforest with nice sunset view from the veranda/balcony. The verdant forest below is home to 183 unique bird species that include Luzon hornbills, green parrots, hawk-eagles, falcons, sunbirds. We wake up early to spy on birds and listen to their concert!
Our photos has specific descriptions of what you may expect. This Subic address is perfect for intimate gatherings of family and friends. With the kind of environment where it is located, it is like having picnic everyday. We're certain you'll enjoy a lovely experience while staying here! Guest AccessGuests may access all areas specified in the photos. Interaction with GuestsWe will be available when needed. We will provide mobile phone numbers for easy contacting. The NeighborhoodThe apartment is in a quiet neighborhood 50/50 residential and holiday resort. There is a club pool and basketball court that tenants can use. The place is quiet and comfortable to stay in.
Create your (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) & Instagram moments: Go wade in the waterfalls, kayak along a mangrove, learn how to cook rice in a bamboo (jungle survival workshops), camping, eco-tour of the indigenous tree species and birdwatching- are some of the eco-tour acivities visitors may do and enjoy, a few minutes walk from the village itself!
Beaches and tourist attractions like Treetop Adventure, Zoobic Safari, Ocean Adventure, Funtastic Park, and more, may be reached within a 15- minute drive. We will give you discount coupons if you'll inform us ahead on your preferences.
World-class golf courses like Anvaya Cove's in Morong, Bataan (30-min drive); Mimosa Leisure Resort's (45-min drive); and Subic Bay's (5-min drive) have good driving distance(s)
The Subic Bay Yacht Club also entertains walk-in tourists. It is 10-minute drive from the village and is on the way to Central Business District for another 5-min drive. Getting AroundOne may easily get around Subic, with or without a vehicle. Although it is ideal to have one. Some of our guests from overseas even took the bus from Manila to Subic!
There is an hourly public transport that takes you from the village to city center for Php 15 pesos per passenger, one way. Taxi rates from local service are standard @ Php 350 hourly, so long as routes are within the Freeport.
(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map comes in handy, ditto Waze.
If you are from Luzon, imagine, this vacation does not require you to book any flights. The drive from Manila is an easy one especially if you'll take the SCTEx from NLEx. Other Things to NoteShould you need assistance, we will be happy to help you plan your itinerary ahead of your visit. We can also help arrange nature tours for you (that include Boodle Fight picnic at "our hidden waterfalls," canoe paddling in a mangrove park, sailing & watersports in open Subic Bay, etc.). These require separate fees direct to service providers. Our village association provides us discount coupons from them and some partner-theme parks.
A menu of things to do may also be provided with assistance from an active Aeta (the Indigenous Peoples that live in the land) tourism community. It may include: One-day trekking (with trails), environment and survival demonstration, cooking and eating the Aeta way (rice and viands cooked in bamboo and banana leaves, grilling.) Supervised swimming at the waterfalls, if weather permits.
Some of these activities may require fees directly paid to them. You will be guided accordingly, prior to confirming any of these activities.