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Information about Subic

4.4
3128 Google reviews
Type
City/Town
High Season
Winter
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.4
Number of reviews
3,128
Subic In the province of Zambales is the old US Navy base of Subic. It is also well-known for its maritime sector as well as its logistics and warehousing services. Along with the cities of Olongapo and Hermosa in Zambales and Morong and Hermosa in Bataan, the town in Subic Bay is part of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. In addition to being a special economic zone, the tourism industry is one of Subic's most significant resources. Included in the zone's attractions are amusement parks, diving sites (wreck diving), extreme water sports, sailing, and adventure parks. It also provides ecotourism-promoting guided treks and jungle survival tours. Additionally, tourists visit Subic for its outlet stores and duty-free shopping centers, where they can get incredible prices. Best time to visit The optimum time to dive in Subic Bay is during the dry season, when there are fewer currents and visibility is, on average, better. Weather in Subic During the dry season, Subic has pleasant weather. Remember that March through mid-May are typically the warmest months. Peak Season in Subic During the Christmas season, traffic will be heavier than normal. This is also the time of year when many individuals do holiday shopping. Main festival/events in Subic The Subic Karakoa Festival is conducted yearly in April to commemorate the warship Karakoa, which was constructed by the Pintados tribe. The day is commemorated by a variety of festivities, including a motorcade and a parade with colorful floats. How to get to Subic Subic Bay is accessible by land, sea, and air. Manila is within a two-hour drive from Subic Bay. It is most easily accessible via land transport. Take the Northern Expressway to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx), and then exit a few kilometers beyond the Angeles toll booth. Safety in Subic Subic is a safe city, although as in other parts of the Philippines, it is always prudent to exercise caution. Due to the COVID-19 scenario, it is also advised that safety procedures be observed. Getting around Subic Within Subic, you can travel by jeepney, bus, taxis, van, or rental or transfer of a private automobile. Food and Drinks Subic is known for their seafood options. However, mangoes are maybe the most well-known delicacy in Zambales. Best Neighborhoods to Stay in Subic Some of the best places to stay in Subic includes Cubi Point, Subic CBD, and more options.