It’s (sadly) time to say goodbye to the barely-there chilly weather and start to pull out our supply of cotton dresses and sandos to welcome summer. The temperature is noticeably becoming warmer and as we’re all familiar, it’s around this time of the year that plans with your barkada are drawn on the virtual canvas that is Facebook messenger.
But where better to spend the warm sultry summer days than lounging lazily or splashing wildly, in a pool or at the beach? Check out these 8 waterparks a few hours’ drive from Manila! Who knows, you might get to color that drawing one of these weekends to come.[/whole] [/row]
1. Club Balai Isabel Aqua Park
Club Balai Isabel #aquapark is finally open!
Beat the heat with the Philippines’ best inflatable park, just an hour from Manila!
#cbiaquapark #talisay #taal #taallake
Posted by Club Balai Isabel on Friday, April 28, 2017
Rates. Day Tour: P1,850/P990 | Checked-in guests: P1,250 /P450
Accommodation. Visit Club Balai Isabel’s website for information on hotel rooms
Hotel Club Balai Isabel introduced their own aquapark only last year, an inflatable white-and-gray waterpark off the coast of Taal Lake. The tall inflatable slide was inspired by Taal itself and only the bravest and most daring of souls could try the almost 90 degree drop. But if you’re too scared, there’s also a human launcher, trampoline, a hamster wheel, and lots of walls to scale and inflatable obstacles to run through.
Other activities aside from the inflatable water park include billiards and basketball.
2. Aquaria Water Park
For a day of an exciting tropical getaway and fantastic water fun, there’s no better place to be than at the AQUARIA WATER PARK!
Posted by Aquaria Water Park on Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Rates. Day Tour Weekdays Adult/Child: P600/P300, Day Tour Weekends Adult/Child: P800/P400
Accommodation. Cabanas are at P1,200 – P2,000
Experience the best of both pool and beach with Aquaria Water Park in Batangas. Whether you brave the thrilling 3-storey giant poolside or lounge by the cove pools, if you’re a kid at heart, you’ll surely love the place. You can also walk barefoot across the 525-meter stretch beachside and help yourself to a little vitamin sea.
To fill your appetite throughout the day, Aquaria’s restaurant, The Sands, offer fresh seafood and other local specialties. Aquaria’s beach activities include kayaking, beach volleyball and soccer, banana boat ride, and jet ski ride.
Visit their website for more information.
3. Splash Island
Now open Dailyfrom Nov. 13 to 19! Then all weekends of November and December…Visit us on FB for promo’s and discounts! Now accepting early boiking for Dec and Summer 2018!
video by: Splash PhotoSnaps
Posted by SPLASH ISLAND on Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Rates. Day Pass Adult/Child: P500/P400*
Accommodation. Nipa huts and rooms range from P500 to P5,000 a day
Perhaps the most famous water park in the country is Splash Island in Laguna. It’s one of the biggest and oldest water parks near Manila boasting of numerous breathtaking slides and tons of other activities.
Try Magellan’s Drop slide, one of the park’s highest, where you’ll have to lie on your stomach and ride a rubber carpet, the Big Bam Boo where you can ride with a partner down the covered slide, or Rio Montanosa a group activity which fits 4 people into a raft.
If you’ve had your fill of water activities, you can have a go at their zip line, rock climbing, kayaking, or mini golf.
Splash Island give promos frequently so don’t forget to visit their Facebook page for updates.
*For the whole of March 2018, they are offering 50% off on weekdays and 30% off on weekends.
4. Inflatable Island
What would you do if you got stranded on an island – with #RidiculouslyGood inflatable playground – for a whole day?
Special thanks to TaskUs PH for capturing this experience! <3
Posted by Inflatable Island Ph on Friday, June 30, 2017
Rates. Online booking: P699/P999/P1,399 | Walk in: P799/P1,099/P1,499
Accommodation. For day tours, Bali Lounge is free for all passes, for overnights click here.
Inflatable Island prides itself on being the biggest floating playground in Asia. Its 3,400sqm inflatable goodness is packed with activities perfect for the barkada or the family. Some of the inflatables include a human launcher, rock climbing, slides of varying heights, a high balance, and much more! This month they’re set to launch Kid Cove, a section that’s focused on being kid-friendly.
All play passes get to have access to the entire Samba beach, Bali Lounge and its many bean bags and umbrellas, and the Floating Zoo where you can chill after the activities.
5. White Rock Beach Hotel and Water Park, Zambales
Rates. Day tour Adult/Child: P800/P400
Accommodation. Picnic tables and cabanas range from P2,500 to P6,000.
Whiterock Hotel at Subic offer their own water activities alongside other facilities perfect for a vacation with friends or family. Their water park is composed of wave pools, infinity pools, slides, and kid-friendly obstacle courses. Visitors can choose to swim in the many pools or take a dip in the sea and try the aqua slide.
The hotel also has a family fun center with activities such as billiards, bowling, table games, basketball, and spa and KTV rooms.
6. Klir Waterpark Resort, Bulacan
This is Klir Waterpark Resort.
The newest and has the largest Wave pool in Luzon. (Y)
Posted by Klir Waterpark Resort & Hotels on Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Rates. Half day Adult/Child: P250/P200 | Whole day Adult/Child: P300/P250
Accommodation. Tent and cottages from P500 to P2,000
Klir Water Park is great for a quick summer escapade but it’s also suitable for team buildings, family reunions, and parties, and other group activities. The 4-hectare water park has 4 various kinds of pools and is home to the biggest wave pool in Luzon. Only a short drive from Manila and at affordable rates, Klir Water Park Resort is definitely a summer must-visit.
7. Amana Water Park, Bulacan
Rates. Day swim Adult/Child: P250/P200, Night swim Adult/Child: P210/P150
Accommodation. Cottages are at P600 and rooms at P3000.
Attractions at Amana Waterpark are more than the various pools they have for visitors of all ages. The waterpark is full of life-size movie characters kids will enjoy. They have their own Jurassic Water World complete with tall raptors, the cast of Shrek, Mr. Bean sitting on a bench, King Kong above the wave pool, a Minions section, and more! It’s picture taking galore for the whole family.
They also have other recreational activities like zip line, karaoke, a massage, and a virtual reality ride.
8. Aqua Planet
#WatermazingExperience is finally coming your way!😱😱😱
The newest, most modern and one of the biggest water theme parks in Asia – AQUA PLANET will finally open its gates to the public on the 24th of February 2018 | Saturday | from 9:00AM to 5:00PM at Clark Freeport Zone Pampanga! 💙
Rates and ticketing guidelines? Tune in to our official social media accounts for updates! 😉
What are you waiting for? Save the date and tag your families and friends! 💙
Posted by Aqua Planet on Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Rates. Day Tour Adult/Child: P950/P750
Accommodation. Cabanas range from P3000 to P5000
This newest waterpark in the Philippines and one of the biggest in Asia opened its doors just a few weeks ago. You can now enjoy the 10-hectare Aqua Planet in Clark, Pampanga which offers 25 modern attractions for guests of all ages. They also boast of facilities that are suitable even for the disabled.
For the adventurous squad, try Tornado where four people sit on a clover leaf-shaped raft into a giant tornado water slide. For surfers, there’s the Flow Rider, a challenging surf machine pool that will challenge your skills. Spiral Slide offers four slides with varying speed and courses, perfect for the adventurous family. And if you want to relax after all the activities, float along the 375-meter Lazy River.
Check out their site for more information and splash your way into summer!
Which of these waterparks will you be spending your summer escapades? Share it with us!