Nayong Pilipino Clark Tours

Immerse in the rich heritage of the Kapampangans by checking out Nayong Pilipino Clark. This beautiful spot is a must-visit during your trip to the Philippines as it highlights the cultural past of the province.

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What are the best Nayong Pilipino Clark tours in the Philippines?

A historical tour in Clark, Pampanga with Nayong Pilipino is usually combined with other Pampanga destinations, such as Clark Museum, Fort Stotsenburg Gate Posts, Clark Veterans Cemetery, and many more.

Where is Nayong Pilipino Clark located?

Nayong Pilipino Clark is located in Mabalacat, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga. It’s 3 kilometers away from Clark International Airport, about a 10 minute drive. It is near cultural and well-known landmarks in the main city center of the province.

How do I get to Nayong Pilipino Clark?

If you’re coming from Manila, you can ride a bus going to Dau, Pampanga. From there, hail a jeep or tricycle bound for Clark Main Gate. Then, take a route 1 jeepney and arrive at Parkson Duty Free. From there, it’s a short walk going to the attraction. You can also join a guided tour or drive a rental car in Pampanga.

Is there an entrance fee at Nayong Pilipino Clark?

Yes, there’s an entrance fee to the open-air museum and theme park. Take note that most guided tours that include Nayong Pilipino Clark already have inclusive entrance fee.

Are phones and cameras allowed during a Nayong Pilipino Clark tour?

Yes, as long as it’s for personal use only. No flash photography, video recording, and other modes of photography for commercial use.

Do Nayong Pilipino Clark tours come with a tour guide?

It depends on the tour provider of your choosing. There are in-house guides ready to facilitate in case you want to know the significance behind the replicas of tourist spots, ancestral homes, historical sites, and native villages.

Will there be Nayong Pilipino Clark tours during rainy or bad weather?

Nayong Pilipino Clark is an open-air museum that is best to be visited during February to June, the dry season. You can still visit the museum during the rainy season. However, it’s still up to the discretion of the tour operator and the storm signal issued by PAG-ASA.