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Where Can I Take my Jeep?
So where can you go? We limit usage of our jeeps to the provinces of Central Luzon - Aurora, Bataan, Benguet, La Union, Nueva Ecija, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Tarlac & Zambales. The map below highlights where the jeeps can go in red. For more information about what's in each province, see below.
Where the mountains meet the pacific
Aurora is a province blessed with an abundance of tourist attractions. Its natural attractions include picturesque waterfalls, lush greenery on mountainsides, and panoramic beaches. Surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, mountain climbing and trekking are only some of the activities a tourist can enjoy in Aurora.
- Scuba diving at Diput bay, San Luis
- Surfing at Cemento Beach, Baler
- Picnic at Cunayan falls, San Luis
- Watch the Moro-Moro Zarsuela at Baler
from colonial spanish to world war II, history comes alive
Discover the magic with this amazing historical and cultural region. Until recently not a traditional tourist destination, this province is now proving to be a tourist haven with many exciting places to visit, and a lot of interesting things to do. There is so much to offer in Bataan, culture, beauty, history, in spoilt beaches and a warm hospitality that is truly Filipino.
- Trekking to Kairukan falls, Morong
- Mountain Biking to Mt. Samat, Pilar
- Travel Back in time at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, Bagac
- See the Pawikan Conservation Center, Morong
HOME OF BAGUIO, THE SUMMER CAPITAL OF THE PHILIPPINES
In a coconut-filled tropical dream of a country, Benguet is known for strawberries — from strawberry jam and strawberry ice cream to silken tofu infused with strawberry sauce. It’s not surprising that the Strawberry Capital of the Philippines is here, which is La Trinidad. From Baguio, visitors can take a short ride to this capital and enjoy vegetable and fruit picking, apart from the munching.
- Go Strawberry/Vegetable Picking, La Trinidad
- Feel the cool breeze of the Mountain, Sagada
- Visit the once was part of the 7 wonders of the world The Rice Terraces, Banaue
- Feel nature at Mt. Pulag, Buguias
- Watch the Panagbenga Festival, Baguio
sun, sand and the best surf in the philippines
The stretch of white and grey sand beaches along the towns of La Union is the main attraction to tourists. Its calm crystal water is ideal for water skiing, snorkelling, swimming, scuba diving, wind surfing and boating. Its gifted multitude scenic landscape is a tourism haven as well as eco-tourism development.
- Have fun surfing over the waves, San Juan
- Dive at Lon-oy spring, San Gabriel
- Take pictures of the La Union centennial Tree, Bacnotan
- Be at two places at once in Amburayan River, boundaryof La Union and Ilocos
heart of luzon and epicenter of philippine agritourism
Nueva Ecija is the largest province and the biggest rice producer of Central Luzon and the Philippines, thus, often referred to as the “Rice Bowl of the Philippines.” Among its main attractions is the Pampanga River, cutting across a rich valley floor, famed for irrigation, the generation of hydroelectric power, and the mitigation of flood damage. Nueva Ecija is also the agritourism pilot site in Central Luzon due to the presence of the Central Luzon State University in the province.
- Dip into hot Spring, Rizal
- Visit the Kalanguya Tribe at Capintalan, Carrangalan
- Swim in ice cold water at Gabaldon falls, Gabaldon
- Go trekking at Mt. Olivette, Bongabon
culinary capital of luzon
Steeped in history and blessed with natural and man-made scenery, Pampanga offers several sightseeing options for visitors. Pampanga has always enjoyed the title, “The Culinary Centre of the Philippines.” The capital city of San Fernando is world-famous for its annual Easter re-enactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is also famous for the Pampanga Christmas lanterns. The province has remnants of a long and colourful history.
- Be amazed at the annual Hot Air balloon Festival, Clark Field
- Watch the Maleldo or San Pedro Cutud Lenten Rites, San Fernando
- Feed your Eyes with color at the Giant Lantern Festival, San Fernando
- Bathe in Miyamit Falls, Porac
Island playground at your doorstep
Pangasinan is one of the country’s most diverse provinces where you find an abundance of marvellous landscapes and natural wonders, warm polite and hospitable people with cultural roots in centuries of glorious history, and a way of life that is a delightful combination of tradition, innovation and creativity.
- Go 123 island hopping at Hundred Islans, Alaminos
- Relax at shore in Patar beach, Patar
- Take selfies at Bolinao Light House and shiving in the cold waters of Bolinao Falls, Bolinao
- Visit the Manaog Church one of the most famous Old Church in the Philippines, Manaog
food and golf in the center of it all
Tarlac is the most multicultural of the Central Luzon provinces. Tarlac is best known for its fine foods and vast sugar and rice plantations. That it has fine cooking to offer is due largely to the fact that it is the melting pot of Central Luzon. Historical sites, fine food, vast plantations, a beautifully landscaped golf course, and so many other attractions – all these make the province of Tarlac one of the best of the places to visit in Central Luzon.
- Go goat Milking at JSJ Goat Farm, Gerona
- Visit the 31 feet statue of the risen Christ at Monasterio De Tarlac, San Jose
- Go adventure Tripping at Mt. Pinatubo, Capas
- Activate your sweet tooth at Macapinlac Cake House, Tarlac City
beauty of nature and the people
A paradise in peril because of unregulated and unsustainable tourism, Zambales challenges the traveler to uncover its secrets buried in its seas and deep in its jungles – before the ravages of man fully destroy its fragile but inconspicuous beauty.
- Go island hopping, explore the old light house at capons and visit the camp site at anawangin cove and dip in the cold waters of nagsasa cove, San Antonio
- Enjoy and learn from the wild life at Zoobic Safari, Ocean Adventure and treetop adventure, SBFZ
- Enjoy trekking on the way to Coto Fall, Masinloc
- Enjoy the night life from dusk to dawn, Olongapo City