Ocean Adventure (Subic)

The Ocean Adventure is a marine park located at Camayan Wharf, West Alanin Forest Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone (incidentally, Subic is a former U.S. military base in the Philippines). It has dolphins, whales and sea lions in their natural habitat.

[See Map: Directions on how to get there]

There are a number of scheduled shows, including the sea lion show (photo below) and the dolphin show that we were able to catch just in time.

I realized that while there are a number of shows scheduled for the day, it would have been better for us to know the schedule beforehand, so we could have decided which one to see first and arrive on time. The plan would have been to go to the aquarium, see the different kinds of fish (like the one above), grab a bite at the restaurant inside, then buy some souvenirs at the store — while waiting for the next show, like this dolphin show:

You could read about how to get there, the main attraction, special programs, admission prices and other information at the Ocean Adventure website.

7 thoughts on “Ocean Adventure (Subic)”

  1. I’m a Filipino mayself and of course would love to recommend tourism in our country. However, putting animals in captivity is just pure cruelty. STOP WATCHING DOLPHIN AND WHALE SHOWS. You’re killing them. Rather, I would like to invite tourists to real nature in the Philippines, like Palawan or Bohol or Camarines Sur.
    Watch the documentary “the Cove” and you’ll see: http://www.takepart.com/thecove

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