Recommended Hotels

Camayan Beach Resort
Starts at 5,200.00PHP/night

The Shoreline Subic

Horizon Hotel Subic

Le Charme Suites Subic

The Reef Hotel and Residences

Aurora Suites and Pavilion

Subic Riviera Hotel and Residences

Bahia Hotel

The Lighthouse Marina Resort

Let your ♥️ of coffee take you to Subic

727 Cafe Inc.

Maple 28

Hometown Cafe

Triboa Cafe

Cubique Cafe

Sabressa Cafe

Eat, Drink & Have Fun!

Holy Grounds Cofee House

Visit us at Sampson Rd, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales

Liberty Sports Bar & Grill

Visit us at Port Main Entrance Rd, ., Subic Bay Freeport Zone Olongapo City, Philippines


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Rotonda Food Park, Moonbay Marina Complex, SBFZ, Philippines

Sustainable Tourism + Community


Hospitality Alliance of SBFZ (HAS)


Wildlife In Need Foundation (WIN)


El Kabayo Stables Subic Bay
(Adopt a Horse Program)

What people are saying about Subic Bay


Coastal Cleanup - March 13, 2024

"We will not stop, we should not stop" says SBMA Chairman and Administrator, and birthday celebrant, Eduardo L. Aliño, during his speech for today's coastal cleanup program held at The Lighthouse Marina Resort.

Subic Bay is a safe haven for our native and threatened wildlife and the last stronghold of the Giant Golden-crowned Flying Fox (the largest bat in the world), the Philippine Blue-naped Parrot and the Green Racket-tail Parrot.

~Abadicio Albert, Philippine Wild Bird Enthusiasts
1st place winner on the 2023 Wild Bird Photographers of the Philippines (WBPP) Anniversary photo contest.

From sailing icon Frank Pong:

There are many events in our Asian Circuit and my favorite is Subic Bay to Boracay. There is nowhere else like it.

You have to be prepared for strong winds when you're down in the Boracay 20 knots to 25 knots... every day! beautiful waves and the welcome is unsurpassed.It is living proof that we can co-habitate amongst our native wildlife if we learn how to share our natural resources with them and respect their existence.

~Frank Pong, Owner of Jelik Custom Dibley
75-Fastest time Subic Bay to Boracay 220nm 18hours, 52mins, and 32seconds.