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Frequently asked questions

What are the top tourist spots in Pampanga?

Your trip to Pampanga won’t be complete without a visit to its most renowned tourist spot, the Mount Pinatubo, Sandbox Pampanga, Mount Arayat, Aqua Planet, Skyranch Pampanga, Sandbox Pampanga, Nayong Pilipino, Deca Wakeboard Park, Museo Ning Angeles, and many more.

When is the best time to visit Pampanga?

Pampanga is a good year-round destination. However, to avoid rain, it is best to visit during the dry and summer season from November to May.

How much time should I spend in Pampanga?

We recommend staying at least 2-3 full days to explore what Pampanga has to offer. You’ll need at least a day or two to visit the heritage sites and other Pampanga City attractions, especially in its major cities like Clark and San Fernando.

Is it safe in Pampanga?

Pampanga is safe for travelers, both local and international explorers. The Kapampangan people are very warm and friendly and will make you feel welcome in their province.

What languages do locals speak in Pampanga?

The main dialect in Pampanga is Kapampangan, but most of the locals are also very proficient in English and Filipino.

What's the best way to get around Pampanga?

Commuting around Pampanga City is easier compared to other cities. The most well-known mode of transportation around the city is by riding jeepneys and taxicabs. However, if you prefer a hassle-free trip, a private tour of the city or rent-a-car service is the best option.

Can I rent a car in Pampanga?

Yes. There are many rent-a-car services available in Pampanga.

What should you eat in Pampanga?

Pampanga’s most famous dish is sisig, a dish made of chopped pork ears, cheeks, and liver seasoned with calamansi, onions, and chili peppers, served on a sizzling plate