Inflatable Island PH: Your Ultimate Beach Experience

Summer has officially started, the time of the year when we get to hit the beach again! But aside from the usual summer beach getaways, why not step up your beach experience? Inflatable Island will definitely give you the ultimate beach challenge. Are you up for it? :)

Inflatable Island

Located in Subic Bay, Olongapo City, Zambales, Inflatable Island is a 3,420sqm floating water park (equivalent to 8 basketball courts), making it the biggest floating playground in Asia! The playground is loaded with obstacles with great variety of shapes, sizes and functions which make the activities exciting, challenging and entertaining for everyone.

Inflatable Island Map

Inflatable Island

Believe me, it was really challenging yet super fun to go through the obstacles! Among the activities, my favorites are the Trampoline and Tarzan Swing. I definitely felt like I’m a kid again! Haha.

Inflatable Island

There are also floating unicorns and swans that we obviously enjoyed! Hehe

Inflatable Island is perfect for the young and young at heart. However, only kids with height of 3.5ft above are allowed inside, with adult supervision. There are plenty of life guards around so safety is assured but it is still advised to keep an eye on your companions as well. Safety first, everyone!

One things that made my experience memorable is that I was able to make new friends! Just like in a real playground, you can also make new friends and play with them. :)

 

Their staff are very friendly so if you need help or anything, don’t hesitate to approach them. :)

Inflatable Island
Together with Bea, Nika and the staff of Inflatable Island

Inflatable Island

Experience the Bali-inspired lounge

Onshore, there’s an exclusive Bali lounge with colorful umbrellas and comfy bean bags for you to stay in while you rest and eat. Somehow, I had a glimpse of what Bali feels like. :)

Inflatable Island

And oh, who wouldn’t love this watermelon shake on a unicorn?! :)

Inflatable Island

There are also cabanas available for day use for an affordable rate. No overnight accommodations are being offered yet, but there are a lot of hotels in Subic to choose from for your accommodation.

How to Get There

How to go to Inflatable Island

  • From Victory Liner Caloocan, Cubao or Pasay, ride a bus going to Olongapo
    • Fare ranges from Php 196-245
    • Saulog buses also have routes going to Olongapo
  • Drop off Victory Liner Terminal then ride a blue jeep
    • Fare ranges from Php 8-10
  • Ask the driver to drop you off at Inflatable Island in Samba Bluewater Resort (formerly known as Cali Beach and Halfmoon Resort)
Notes
  • You can also ride a bus going to Iba, Zambales and ask the conductor to drop you off at Inflatable Island.
  • Drivers/locals may not be familiar with Inflatable Island since it’s new. You can tell them to drop you off at Cali Beach / Halfmoon Resort / Samba Bluewater Resort instead.

Opening Hours and Ticket Prices

Inflatable Island Ticket Prices

Inflatable Island is open from 8:00am until 6:00pm. You should arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled time for orientation and life vest fitting.

Splash Pass (Two Hour Pass) – Php 699
Spray Pass (Half Day Pass) – Php 999
Soaked Pass (Whole Day Pass) – Php 1,399

Tip: Make sure to reserve your slot online because walk-in rates are more expensive!

Additional Information

  • Make sure that your life vests are properly secured.
  • The Inflatable Island can be slippery so be more careful. We were able to get a hang of it as we go through the island.
  • Some obstacles are very challenging, so if you think you can’t do it, just don’t. Safety first!
  • You will fall into the water, believe me, and it might be difficult to get back on the island. Don’t panic because there are plenty of life guards to assist you.

For bookings, simply send an email at play@theinflatableisland.com or visit their website at www.theinflatableisland.com. You may also follow them on Facebook for more details and updates.

Inflatable Island

Be one of the first to experience the biggest floating playground in Asia! This is a one of a kind experience that is perfect for the whole barkada or family. :) Have an extraordinary summer getaway! Enjoy! :)

It’s your turn!

  • Are you excited for the biggest floating playground in Asia?
  • What obstacle course are you most excited to try?
Credit

Some images are from Bea, Nika and Inflatable Island

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Comments

  1. Reply

    Wow nakapunta na kayo agaaaad! Gusto ko rin huhu. Maybe next time. I love the idea of the bean bags. Really will make you comfy after jungling around the inflatable island. :D

  2. Reply

    Can I take home the unicorn drink? Hahaha! And that Bali lounge is so Instagram worthy! You look like you really enjoyed the experience. By the way, does the prices above are the online price or the walk-in price?

    love,
    rej | rejcanaynay.com

  3. Reply

    Waaaaah ang ganda naman dito!!!

  4. Reply

    huhubells! ang cute cute jan! gusto ko rin mapadpad sa lugar na yan ba!

  5. Reply

    This looks so fuuuun I feel kinda bad because I missed this! HAHA. And I must commend the Bali-themed lounge! Talk about being able to accommodate a lot of visitors without looking crowded (and also, looking cute and colorful). Sana makapunta rin soon!

  6. Reply

    Sobrang Bali look-a-like!!! Especially Seminyak beach. 😍 Tapos ang cute pa nung floaties! I wanna go din! ❀️

  7. Reply

    Super enjoyed this day kahit kakameet lang nating 3. haha! Thank you Mei for inviting us! :) Until next events!

  8. Reply

    I’ve only been to Subic once and so I’ve not heard of this inflatable island before. It looks like a lot of fun. You’re totally right that young and young at heart are going to love it.

  9. Reply

    I want to try too! Ang concern ko lang, kaya kaya ako nung inflatables?? CHAROT!! Hahaha!

  10. Reply

    OMG, I’m so jealous. lol. So lucky of you to have already gone there. This looks extra fun! A perfect place for active, playful 20 somethings who loves the water, aka me. haha (except the active part)

  11. Reply

    I just saw a video of this on Facebook! It looks so much fun and you and your friends definitely look like you really enjoyed your trip. Hopefully we can go there for the summer! :)

    xx
    Lyka Chiang

  12. Reply

    Again, thank you sa invite Mei! Sana next time ulit ;) It was nice meeting you both! <3

  13. Reply

    This looks so fun, especially now that summer is approaching and the heat is becoming unbearable!
    You guys look like you enjoyed your time. Will definitely add this to my bucket list or this summer 😊

  14. Reply

    Huhu ang saya!!!! Parang ang sarap tumalon talon tapos mapagod ka lang ganun haha!
    Ganda ng photos mo :D

  15. Reply

    I’m up for the challenge!!! This place is now all over my social media accounts! I’m sure it’s going to be a big hit soon, I also felt relieved when you mentioned online booking. Cos I’m afraid it could be crowded soon, now that news about this place just got viral. I really hope to visit this place one day, but I still have a lot on my list and I’m not rich either. LOL! Let’s see then.

  16. Reply

    Same with Da’s comment. Kainggit kayo, girls. And nafeatured pa sa tv. Yes, may friends na kaming ~famouzzz~. Hahaha! I’m trying to convince my family to go here this summer. It’ll probably be really crowded though, so we’ll see.

  17. Reply

    This sounds like super fun! Look at all the flamingo floaties all around!Can’t believe this is the first time I’ve heard of this resort. I’ll definitely visit this with friends! Thank you for sharing.

  18. Reply

    Looks suuuuuper fun!!! I enjoyed watching KMJS, kayo talaga yung bida dun eh! Hahaha. I can’t wait to bring my friends here. A lot of my friends want to go there. Pero I’ll wait muna na umonti ung tao. I’m sure fully booked na yan this summer. Hahaha.

  19. Reply

    WOW! That looks like such an amazing and awesome place. It looks like so much fun. :D

  20. Reply

    I was suppose to go here last weekend (for blogging) but I had prior engagements. Looks fun. Will make it a point to try this place out real soon… Maybe after na ng summer para konti na lang tao. xD

    xoxo,
    Gelleesh.com

  21. Reply

    I spent my weekend in Nagsasa Cove in Zambales and got to see the Inflatable Island on our way back to Manila. To be honest, I want to jump off the car right away and experience the island myself. Too bad, I can’t extend the weekend. It is a good thing that you enjoyed the place. I hope I can visit the island before summer ends.

  22. Reply

    Ahh, I wanted to go here since I saw the news on TV Patrol! :) Thank you for this post~ XD

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