This is a bit of a delayed post since this trip is over a month old. But I couldn’t help share some photos from the trip, especially of the Pamulaklakin Trail, which was every bit photo-worthy.
Anyway, just a backgrounder: my group at work went on a trip to Subic last April. (Yearly summer thing.) I can’t say much has changed in Subic, but I certainly discovered some more things to do other than eat at Meat Plus and shop at Duty Free: go on extreme adventures and appreciate nature (slash go on a photowalk) for only Php50, hehe.
Here’s the majority of us outside Meat Plus, a must-visit in Subic for their amazing selection of steak. Below are a couple of blog entries on Meat Plus:
- POSTMANILA INVADES MEAT PLUS SUBIC by The Pickiest Eater in World
- The Best Steaks in Town: Subic Meat Plus by Worn Out Shu
- Where to Eat in Subic: Meat Plus Cafe by Binibining Wanderlust
Here are Shamee and Anne by the Subic Tree Top Adventure sign. To give you an idea on what to expect at Tree Top Adventure, here’s a snippet I grabbed from their official Facebook page:
We invite you to experience nature tripping from a breathtaking view – from 100 feet above the ground! With jungle trails comprised of platforms nestled on branches, suspension bridges, and the world’s first motorized canopy tour, what we offer is more than just the peak of excitement.
Learn new things; with fresh eyes, we encourage you to explore. Find inner peace as you go through a natural sanctuary hidden by foliage. Or at the very least, conquer your fear of heights. Tree Top Adventure offers each one a personal journey, with unforgettable memories as dense as the forest that you won’t help but feel closer to the ones you take this most marvelous trip with.
Visit them at JEST Area Upper Mau Cubi Point, 2222 Subic, Zambales. They’re open on Fridays (8am-430pm) and in the weekend (8am-530pm).
All smiles after the free fall. (In case you were wondering, of course I didn’t do it. Hahaha.)
And now, the Pamulaklakin Trail — my favorite! They’re located at Binictican Heights, Subic Bay Freeport, Subic, Zambales. The rates, for your guidance (c/o Lakad Pilipinas):
- Sightseeing (with Guide) – Php50.00
- 30-Minute Mini Jungle Tour (with Guide) – Php50.00
- 2-Hour Ecology Tour (with Guide) – Php250.00
- Overnight Jungle Tour – Php500.00 + Php50.00 every succeeding night
- Picnic – Php50.00
- Picnic Table – Php150.00
Check out Lakad Pilipinas’ blog entry on the Pamulaklakin Trail here. The author has some amazing photos, too. Keep scrolling down for some of mine.
That’s it for Subic! Click on this link to explore other sights and activities in Subic.