Masinloc Mangrove n Marine EcoTour

MASINLOC Mangrove and Marine EcoTour

Mangrove Tree Planting  2 Days Itinerary


 Masinloc is a first class municipality in the province of ZambalesPhilippines. The disputed Scarborough Shoal (under the names Pulo ng Panatag and Bajo de Masinlóc) is claimed by the Philippine government as within the town’s territorial jurisdiction. Due to the continued dispute over the shoal, this has negatively impacted fishermen of the community, reducing catch sizes and affecting the income and standard of living.

Mansinloc Mangrove and Marine Ecotour was organized to have an alternative livelihood for the fishing community at the same time, continue to protect and conserve nature. Located at Brgy. South Poblacion, the 18th-century San Andres Parish Church has been declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines in July 2001.

Masinloc Giant Clams


Day 1

06:00 AM ETD Manila

11:00 AM ETA Masinloc, Lunch and Check In

01:00 PM KM18 WaterFalls

02:00 PM Swim Swim Swim

03:00 PM Travel back to Masinloc

04:00 PM Masinloc Town Tour (Municipal Hall, Market and Church)

05:30 PM Sunset Dinner by BayWalk

07:00 PM Bonding Group Dynamics

09:00 PM Rest for the Day


Day 2

06:00 AM Breakfast

07:00 AM Tour Orientation

07:30 AM Board the Boat for the Island Hopping

Snorkeling at Giant Clam Marine Sanctuary

Mangrove Park Tour and Tree Planting

Bacala House

11:30 AM San Salvador Sea Food Lunch

01:00 PM Back to Base, shower and Check Out

02:00 PM ETD Masinloc option to go to Subic Bay Duty Free

06:30 PM Buffet Dinner at San Fernando Pampanga

09:00 PM ETA Manila

Masinloc Beach House



NO of Pax

W Van

Bring your own Car
10 pax

P 3,888/PAX

P 2,888/PAX

9 pax

P 4,388 / PAX

P 3288/PAX

8 pax

P 4,888/PAX

P 3,611/PAX

7 pax

P 5,588/PAX

P 4,188/PAX

6 pax

P 6,488/PAX

P 4,888/PAX

5 pax

P 7,788 / PAX

P 5,777/PAX

4 pax

P 9,788/ PAX

P 7,288/PAX

3 pax

P 12,988/PAX

P 9,688/PAX

2 pax

P 19,888 / PAX

P 14,488/PAX

1 pax

P 27,888

P 24,888/PAX


RT Private Van, Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, AC Room Quad Sharing, Service of The Shepherd, Boat and Boat Crew, Lifevest, Toll fee, gas, driver, parking, entrance fees, environment fees, Service of the Local Tourguide


Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, AC Room Quad Sharing, Boat and Boat Crew, Lifevest, Toll fee, gas, driver, parking, entrance fees, environment fees. Service of the local tourguide

 Masinloc San Salvador


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Thank you, Carpe Diem and GOD Bless


Violet C. Imperial

Nature Awareness & Conservation Club, Inc. (NonStock, NonProfit NGO)

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 Masinloc was among the native settlements visited by Juan de Salcedo in his Exploration of Zambales in San Andres in the barrio of Bani. Thirty-five years later, the town was founded on the southern mouth of the river across the bay from island of Salvia or San Salvador. However, the first convent was built on the eastern shore of Salvia, while the first town site, now covered by the sea, was just in front of the stone church. Actually, the town is now behind the church and is now behind the church and is growing in land across the river towards Collat, Lipay and Baloganon on the North. 
 The name Masinloc came from Majinloc, meaning a place where the jinloc, grows in abundance. Whether a tree, shrub, vine or what-not, the identity of the jinloc seems now lost to us, but there still exists a sitio near the town on the river bank which is called cajinlocaqan, that is full of jinloc. 
 Organized in 1607, the first town in the province of Zambales, Masinloc has come to play an important role in every phase of municipal development. It was the first capital of the extensive Province of Zambales that extended from Cape Bolinao to Olongapo, until Sta. Cruz, and later, Iba took his honor from her. 
 In the course of time, Masinloc, gave birth to two other municipalities, Palauig and Candelaria, when in the first case seventeen families from Masinloc migrated to and founded Palauig, and in the later, the important barrio of San Vicente, in 1870, was given its decree of independence and made a separate municipality under the new appellation of Candelaria. A little later, Candelaria was reincorporated to Masinloc until 1905, when it finally maintained a separate existence up to now. The ancestors of the Eliazos, Valverdes, Garcias, Lesacas, Medinas and others, of Santa Cruz, Botolan, and Iba, all came from Masinloc. 

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