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Provinces & Destinations - Zambales

Agnaen Bay
The place is ideal for fishing and snorkeling and other beach activities. It would be best to visit in the late afternoon to have a better view of the South China Sea .

Balon Falls

A waterfalls with clean clear water surrounded by boulders as big as a house. It is situated in an area of lush green setting providing a cool atmosphere and a feeling of tranquillity and solitude. among visiting nature lovers.


The Province's version of Ati-atihan, commemorating the war between the Christians and Aetas celebrated through dance and is done in belief of a bountiful harvest. The festival is also in honor of San Andres, the town's patron saint celebrated every November 30.

Capones Island
San Antonio

The whole island is surrounded by white sand coral beaches making it very ideal for beach enthusiasts. There are also beaches found inside the caves that can only be explored by experienced divers by diving through the tunnels.

Iba Beach

8 km. stretch of whitish sand beaches and crystal clear water from the South China Sea . During the summer, the whole stretch is flocked by a lot of tourists both domestic and foreign ones. There are more than twenty resorts lined up along the beach area.

Mt. Pinatubo

This mountain was made famous by its eruption in June, 1991. It has since then become an important tourist destination in the province. Its crater which is around two miles wide and still emits sulfur dioxide can already be reached and be viewed.

San Salvador Island

The place has been awarded the1996 Galing Pook Award for its marine conservation project. It is endowed with powdery white sand beaches and crystal clear water. Of particular interest here is the shallow area in the middle of the sea.

Subic Bay Freeport
Olongapo City

A huge complex that first served as a Spanish Naval Station before being ceded to the United States in 1898. It served as a US Naval Station by being a home to the US Seventh Fleet. Also occupied by the Japanese from 1942 to 1945. The area was eventually turned over to the Philippines during the presidency of Corazon C. Aquino.


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