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Fontana Fun!

Pampanga

Renzelle Ann Palma
Renzelle Ann Palma | Sep 27, 2013

The Mad Scientist Water Laboratory, The Buccaneer Ship, Lazy River and the recently added Dinosaur Island, are some of the water themed parks that the kiddies will certainly enjoy.

For adults, the lazy River, the world-class wave pool and the three giant aqua thrill slides will certainly satisfy your summer desire. A number of bar lagoons, souvenir shops and food stores are available for your convenience.

You can stay overnight by booking a Fontana Villa or just swim for a whole day. The facilities in the park are complete and very clean. Showers are numerous and canopy trees are everywhere to relax under their shade.

Weekdays: Open from 8:30 am - 6 pm

           Entrance fee: 375php

Weekends: Open from 8:30 am - 10 pm

           Entrance fee: 475php

Fontana offers discounted ticket prices for big groups, just call: (045)499-1179

To get there:

BY BUS:

From Manila, ake a North bound bus to Dau. Once you reach Dau terminal, a number of jeepney and tricycles are available by the highway to take you to Clark Main Gate. From the Main gate, you can choose to take another jeepney or a taxi to Fontana Leisure Park.

BY CAR:

From Manila, take the North Luzon Expressway and take the exit to Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga.

Make a left turn heading to Angeles City, then another left past the bus terminals.

Follow the MacArthur Highway until you see Clark Special Economic Zone, then take a right to enter.

From the main gate of Clark, drive straight until you reach an intersection with a Fontana marker. Turn left, and less than a kilometer ahead, Fontana Leisure Park will be on your right.

Reminder: Driving thru Clark is very similar to Subic. Observe traffic rules and regulations keenly.

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