Saturday, July 23, 2011

Family Moment: Ocean Adventure, Subic Bay

It's Ocean Adventure day once again!


This had been our family's second visit to Ocean Adventure. Aside from the Dolphin Friends Show and Sea Lion Marine Patrol Show we've enjoyed years ago, the place had other interesting attractions such as the Walk on The Wild Side Show, and The Adventures of Olongapo Jones.

Dolphin and Friends Show
"This presentation is packed with action, smiles, interesting information, and an important conservation message. "


Great to see the dolphins and the false killer whale as they showcase their intelligence and ability with such amazing stunts - back flipping, waving their fins, flying high up into the air and surfing with their trainers. They leave a very strong message to conserve these animals.

Sea Lion Marine Patrol Show
"It’s filled with lots of action, and a strong environmental message. In between the laughter and fun, there’s a lot to be learned!"


It's enjoyable to see the South American Sea Lions entertain the people with their tricks at the Nautilus Theater. Being true conservationists, the Sea Lion Marine Patrol practices the three R’s - Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. The most important thing is the tips they shared on how to help save the environment and the message that they leave to everyone.

Walk on The Wild Side Show
"Move from sea to land and take a Walk on the Wild Side. "

It started with showing how indigenous Aetas cook rice and create utensils out from bamboo and their ability to make fire without matches.


The show features animals from the Wildife in Need Rescue Center like a variety of birds, mammals, bats, and reptiles. They leave an important message to everyone, and that is, To Love Animals.



Adventures of Olongapo Jones
"This high energy show follows Olongapo Jones and his Eco-Rangers, Pawee and Leila, as they track down the Bouncing Basura Boys, a gang of eco-bandits who leave a trail of cut down trees and discarded trash in their wake. "


This is an entertaining show that features the Ocean Adventure mascots and trampoline acrobats. It shares Olongapo Joe's adventure and his quest to save Mother Nature. We had a great time watching this show! It's about environmental education presented in a humorous and enjoyable way.


Ocean Discovery Aquarium
"Bright colors! Strange shapes! Mysterious creatures!"

Although the species inside the air-conditioned aquaries are limited, this gives guests an experience of seeing upclose some deep sea and fresh water creatures, and diverse marine resources.

Ocean Treasures Souvenirs Shop

Our adventure ended as the kids get to buy these huge cuddly killer whales and dolphins, and a turtle.



Ocean Adventure is an open-water marine park plenty of attractions. It's more than an entertainment hub, it's more of an enjoyable and educational adventure for the young and young-at-heart. They are working hand-in-hand with the Wildlife in Need to rescue in injured animals and release them back into the wild.

Spending a day would make you appreciate the importance of wildlife conservation, appreciate environmental awareness and the welfare of animals.

my family

Ocean Adventure
Camayan Wharf, West Ilanin Forest Area, Subic
Park Hours: 9am to 6 pm everyday
Admission Prices :
Adult - Php 550
Children 12 years old and below - Php 440
Senior Citizen - Php 440


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jellybelly said...

I think I'll wait a couple more years to bring my toddler there. We watched the Dolphin show at Araneta and she got scared. Manila Ocean Park will do for now :)

The Twerp and I

rikka said...

wow! we also want to see that soon...

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