Spend a day out filled with beach fun and rich history when you book this day tour in Bataan. From Manila, visit a breathtaking family beach resort and enjoy a swim in the sea or in any of the resort's pools. Afterward, you will be brought to one of the country’s most significant historical shrines. This is ideal for those who want to get a little bit of everything in one day!
Your meet up point will be at Esplanade Seaside Terminal, where you kick off your trip to the province of Bataan on a 2-hour ferry ride. The first stop on the itinerary is Camaya Coast, a sprawling eco-resort community development spanning 450 hectares. Lush mountain views, spectacular seascapes, and a kilometer stretch of golden beach await those who enter this prime resort. Aside from basking in the sun and frolicking on the shores, you can also enjoy the resort’s outdoor pools, cabanas, and lounge beds.
The newest addition to Camaya Coast is the Aqua Fun Water Park, complete with an infinity pool, giant and kiddie slides, and a fun water playground perfect for the entire family, including kids, to enjoy! The pool faces the West Philippine Sea and guarantees a mesmerizing, unobstructed view of the ocean and surrounding mountains.
From a water adventure, the tour continues to a historical site. The next stop is the Mt. Samat National Shrine in the town of Pilar, Bataan. The shrine’s most prominent landmark is the gigantic Memorial Cross, which stands 92 meters tall and its arms span 30 meters wide. Made of reinforced steel and concrete, this cross, along with the other structures of the shrine, was built to honor and remember the brave soldiers who fought and fell during the bloody Battle of Bataan against the Japanese army during World War 2. The shrine also features a museum where significant memorabilia and image depictions of the war can be found.
Take your travel buddies with you as you enjoy a day out, from golden beaches to mountaintops, with this Bataan day tour! Check the availability by choosing a date.
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