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It's More Fun in the Philippines, No.1 for Fun!


Planning a trip? Those who love to travel know the essence of all travel is about you and your enjoyment. Travelers know that the destination is a major part in planning a trip, experiencing and delving deeper into an unfamiliar places, people and culture is paramount.

Expand your horizons and set your sight to the Philippines, an off the beaten path travel site! An undiscovered paradise made of thousands of islands and white sand beaches all around! A tiny dot in the map of the world, and yet a haven for travelers, backpackers, retirees and even passersby.

It offers awesome tourist attractions, magnificent beaches, hot spring resorts, colorful festivals, hundreds of scenic spots and world-class hotels and facilities. Not to mention the tropical climate, the affordable prices as well as the friendly and hospitable, English-speaking people! You will be glad you came, and we’re sure, you WILL come back for more FUN in the Philippines!




There are so many ways to enjoy your stay in Pampanga.  Make it a longer stay when you come, so you can experience all the fun things that it can offer.



Pinatubo Trek

Pampanga Pinatubo Trek

Enjoy a thrilling drive across a moon-like terrain, with vast ash fields and rocky rivers.  On the way, enjoy interacting with one of the oldest indigenous tribes of the Philippines.  Hike up towards the summit passing through sandy cliffs and up a mountain path.  The view is breathtaking and worth every minute of the long trek.  



RC Sailing at Lakeshore Estates

Pampanga Lakeshore

With an enchanting 12-hectare man-made lake as its main feature, The  Lakeshore offers a beautiful and serene ambiance complimented with  recreational and commercial facilities for the whole family to enjoy.  The Lakeshore features a wide variety of water sports facilities such  as non-motorized boating, kayaking and sailing. A white water jet  fountain shooting up to 18 meters high will serve as a landmark and  act as a filtering and aeration device. An island resort in the lake  shall even enhance the splendor of this haven.  A wonderful estate where families can spend the weekend, Lakeshore offers  sailing, rowing and fishing on its 5-hectare man-made lake. A clubhouse by the  lake is open to visitors. 



Horseback-Riding Along Sacobia River

Pampanga Sacobia River

A new activity for visitors to Clark is horseback riding at El Kabayo Riding Stables (+63 09178122106). You can ride the horses around the compound or you can request for a ride around Clark. If you’re up for it, you can even take the horse for a ride along the Sacobia River to see the lahar canyons created by the Mt. Pinatubo eruption.



Dipping at Puning Hot Spring

Pampanga Puning Hot Springs

The entire Puning Hot Spring experience starts with a 4×4 ride from Station 1 or the base camp in Sitio Target, Sapang Bato, where the restaurant and reception area are located. Guests will then experience the 30-minute off-road adventure to the Station 3 for the hot spring. There are total of eight pools of hot water ranging from 40 degrees and up, and a pool of cold water.  Station 2 or the massage area is the last stop where one can enjoy the sand steam, mud pack and massage.



Fly over Mt. Pinatubo

Pampanga Fly Over Pinatubo

Now, one one of our most unforgettable flights, you can explore this majestic crater on board the helicopter.  The pilot will fly you around the volcano rim and then enter the crater from the east side before flying over the magical blue-green waters of the lake.  NOTE: For the best view/photos, sit on the left side of the helicopter.  The trip then continues onwards to Subic bay.  You may land in Subic to hang out on the beach or other places for the rest of the day before traveling back to the Angeles City. 



Museum Tour

Pampanga Museum

The Museo Ning Angeles will be opening its culinarium, as well as its regular exhibits of memorabilia of the local history of Angeles City. The Museo Ning Angeles is located along Sto. Rosario Street and is housed at the old municipal building.

Museong Kapampangan and the Clark Museum feature World War II memorabilia and artifacts on the Philippine Revolution against Spain. The said museums are located Fort Stotsenberg Parade Grounds inside Clark Greeport.

Donreich Sumang De Dios Studio features Kapampangan artworks of Donreich De Dios and local Kapampangan artists in Pampanga.



Play Golf

Pampanga mimosa golf course

You can play golf in any of Pampanga’s several golf courses:

  • Beverly Place Golf Club
  • Fontana Leisure Parks
  • Marina Hills Golf & Country Club
  • Mimosa Golf and Country Club
  • Royal Gardens Golf Club



Try your luck at the casino

Pampanga Fontana Casino

  • Fontana Leisure Park & Casino

  • Mimosa Leisure Estate
  • Casablanca Casino



Boating and Kayaking at Clark

Pampanga boating

 Located in the safe and secured location of Clark, Clearwater is regarded as a deluxe hotel in Pampanga. Although not high in luxurious resort amenities, this deluxe resort in Clark offers guests a chance to enjoy many outdoor activities that kids can have fun also.



Other Sports

Pampanga paramotoring

 Powered paragliding is no different from the typical paraglide activity except for a paramotor suited at the pilot’s back.  Unlike paragliding, paramotoring involves a series of procedures starting with the set up of the wing. This is followed by ground handling and towing where the pilot gets airlifted a few feet above the ground to test the wind condition.


You  will never run out of fun things to do when you are in Pampanga!






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