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Best Waterparks to Visit in the Philippines

During your Philippine holiday, you’ll discover that the Philippines has just two seasons, specifically rainy and arid, natives and tourists exploit the summer period to get into the waters and spend a whole day chilling at the beach or near a swimming pool. Travelers frequently travel over to the country’s numerous waterparks to swim, tour exciting rides and slides, and get away from the warmth of the sun. Here’s our choice of the top waterparks to visit.  


INFLATABLE ISLAND (Amusement Park, Swimming Pool)

For a fanciful summer delicacy where you could run, bounce about, and take a swim, travel over to Inflatable Island and enjoy a thrilling water playground that stretches almost 45,000 square feet. Celebrated as Asia’s largest floating park, the inflatables vary from child-friendly to more demanding – a human canon, trampoline, and huge Tarzan swing, to state a couple. The most tempting portion is the Unicorn Island that consists of a massive unicorn encircled by rainbows and cute animals. Relish a day at this floating zoo and take plenty of Instagram pictures for your posts!



On your Philippine Holidays make sure you visit this waterpark, situated just twelve minutes away from Subic Bay Freeport, this seven square meter playground like the land has a broad beach expanse, and leisure amenities like their waterparks which are both adult and child-friendly. Make certain to attempt all their remarkable waterslides and their blowup waterpark, too. The lands fitting position permits you to relish the sweeping sight of the sunset and adjacent picturesque mountain scales. Also, they have plenty of room lodgings to pick from so if spending a day jumping in the waters is not enough, you could reserve their rooms for a night even two.    



This recently opened waterpark inhabits a region of 7, 442 square meters and could hold nearly 700 guests. While it’s smaller than the normal huge parks located in the country, adventure lovers adore the place because every appeal in the waterpark is in simple reach. All of their waterslides are kid friendly so families with small children don’t have to concern themselves about any unlucky events. With a set entrance payment, tourists have the opportunity to tour their twin-twister slides (with remarkable sights of Subic from the top), swim all day, and try an exciting ride that imitates whitewater rafting!


AMANA WATERPARK (Amusement Park, Swimming Pool)

Make sure you visit this waterpark on your Philippines Travel, ranked by Google as the second quickest growing summer destination in the Philippines, Amana Waterpark takes honor in having a 3,500 square meter wave pool that makes the largest type of wave in the nation known as the Tsunami Wave. Aside from their Tsunami Wave, they also consist of 13 other types of huge waves that anyone would want to encounter! Children would love the various actual size Hollywood movie personality sculptures in their numerous character themed pools like Avatar Pool, Jurassic Pool, Batman Pool, and Interactive Pool that consists of the minions from Despicable Me.   


AQUARIA WATER PARK (Amusement Park, Swimming Pool)

Can’t decide amid going for a swim at the beach or at the pool? Aquaria Water Park allows you to get both. Just three hours away from Metro Manila, this waterpark takes delight in their 525 meters of excellent white sandy beach and ultra-modern amenities comprising of a sunken pool bar, a huge three-story-tall pool slide, and five separate cove pools. Apart from flapping in the waters all day, there’s lots more to do – take delight in soccer or beach volleyball, encounter the banana boat ride, attempt kayaking and jet skiing, or take delight in their special seafood courses.




One of the chief appeals of this business-friendly retreat is a water theme park that comprises of huge slides and fun water amenities. They have a topnotch Wave Pool that automatically makes six diverse types of waves that could go as tall as three feet high. Their slides amenities are also a must attempt specifically the Big Horn Slide, Water Cottage Slide and Three Giant Agua Thrill Slides. For those who choose to take it leisurely and relax, test the Lazy River to relish a tranquil, long excursion in their 500-meter-long pool.   




Aside from having five swimming pools and three water slides, the five-star retreats waterpark also comprise of a private beach where you could spend a whole day beneath the sun. They have an Island Pool which has alluring blue waters, small waterfalls, and a swim-up pool bar. Their Beach Pool is linked to other appeals specifically the Wave Rider (a synthetic tide pool) and the Amazon River (for those who’d love to take a relaxed ride in the pool). Also, you could put all your pictures and updates at any period of the day because their general regions have wireless Internet access.



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