Tree Top Adventure is a nature park which offers a Canopy Walk, Trekking, Tree Drop, and the Superman ride. Tree-top type adventures and adventure tourism in general are gaining tremendous popularity worldwide. The Tree Top Adventure Park at Subic Bay is patterned after the canopy tour or zip-line tour originally developed in Costa Rica. Situated in the incredible Upper Cubi, deeply-forested jungle-area of Subic is Treetop Adventure; a facility delivering some of the most exciting experiences available in the entire Philippines. Embark on adventure tourism 100 feet above the ground, as expansive vistas entrench and bathe you in the lush wonder of the Subic rainforest. Experience jungle trails, not of the ordinary variety at all; no, these trails are situated 100 feet above the ground, consisting of platforms, suspension bridges and a Continue reading
The Gubat Learning Center is located in Upper Cubi, Subic Bay Freeport in Zambales Province. The center educates, motivates and empower people to understand, enjoy and protect the environment through various exit modules. The storyline highlights the bats and how they relate to the total forest ecosystem. Its is about the whole range of life-forms and ecosystems found in the Philippines, or simply put, the best of Philippines biodiversity.As we mark this year’s International Biodiversity Day with the theme “Biodiversity and Agriculture”, we witness the erosion of the world’s biologically diverse genetic resources through biotechnology, natural disasters, land degradation and climate change. Their telephone contact number is 252-5233. Continue reading
“Subic” was derived from the native word “hubek”, which means “head of a plow”. The origin of the name was a by-product of altruistic colonial enterprise.
On a bright day in 1542, Juan de Salcedo, the able Spanish conquistador and dashing grandson of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, founded Subic while collecting tributes in the area. The town’s name at that time is Hubek. How this name was chaged to Subic is the stuff of persistent leged. It tells of Salcedo’s mispronouncing “Hubek” as “Subiq”. By the time of the American occupation of Subic, the Yankees mispronounced “Subiq” into “Subig”. Continue reading