Just three hours away from the Metro in the central part of Luzon, Zambales is a province that was once anonymous to some. Zambales, one of the rising tourist hubs in the country, is a coastal province that faces the West Philippine Sea and is gifted with opulent nature spots. Here are more of Zambales that you shouldn’t miss and should visit NOW!
The best place to soul search. A luxury resort which has a foundation made off a mother’s love to a child. From camping by the beach to farming, there’s so many things here to enjoy and many inspiring stories to hear.
Fernandez Compound, Purok 1B, Barrio La Paz,
San Narciso, Zambales.
More info: www.zambawood.com
- President Magsaysay Ancestral House
For history lovers, this is for you. Travel through time inside the late President Magsaysay’s ancestral house.Get to know him more with his memories engraved on each corner of the house.
National Highway, Castillejos, Zambales
- Mt. Pinatubo
One of Zambales’ important gems. Get an exciting adventure while riding a 4×4 in reaching its picturesque crater lake. Mt.Pinatubo’s crater lake is truly a wonder of nature that can put you in awe.
- Rosa Farms
One thing you shouldn’t miss in Zambales is their mangoes. Visit Rosa Farms to have a piece of Zambales pride. Enjoy picking fresh mangoes on its sprawling farm.
Km. 156 San Marcelino-San Antonio-San Narciso Road, San Marcelino, Zambales
- Potipot Island
The island that is part of everyone’s bucket list. Potipot island’s refreshing vibe and unspoiled sceneries are just some of the reasons why people are dying to go here.
How to get here:
Take a 10-minute ride by boat from Uacon in Candelaria, Zambales.