A fun family get together at Splash Island!
Yesterday, we had a wonderful family get-away at Splash Island. I bought our tickets for 50% off at Metrodeal last February. The original price for an all day pass to Splash Island was P500.00 per head, so we got it for only P250.00. I bought 16 tickets. Our last family swimming was held a very long time ago, it’s so long that I can’t even remember when and how old I was then.
Picture taking before going to Splash Island:
We arrived at Splash Island, at around 10:00 AM.
We expected a lot of people at the place already but it’s good that it still is not that crowded when we arrived. The Splash Island management does not allow any food and drinks inside. They will check your bag and belongings before entering the premises, but the guards and staff are very polite and gentle while checking your things.
I was surprised that not all the attractions were being opened all at the same time. So, we have to wait for our favorite attractions to be available.
These are the schedules:
We also tried the Dos Supremos (almost the same as the Big Bamboo only longer).
We also enjoyed the Rio Montanosa, wherein 3-5 people can ride a huge inflatable life saver. Ren even come with us, surprisingly, he is even calmer than the rest of the group.
Who doesn’t want to try the Magellan’s drop? You will be missing a lot of fun if you didn’t.
If you want to experience waves just like being at the beach, Splash Island has their version of a sea like wave with white sand too. People here had so much fun splashing water at the people at the zipline.
The kids and toddlers, will definitely love the Curl of the Orient and the Water Wahoo adventure!
Since as I’ve said that they don’t allow food inside, when we got hungry, we went to the parking lot to eat our packed food. Since there were few people that day the parking lot was spacious. Just be careful with the ants, there are lots of them and they have a very nasty bite.
Anyway, there are food stalls inside but the prices are quite higher.
Their Cabana is not included in the entrance fee, here are the prices for your info:
Free Tents with tables and chairs
Php 500 Small Cabana
Php 800 Cabana with lock
Php 1,000 Cabana with aircon and lock
Php 5,000 Cabana with sala set, private bathroom & bedroom
Their Cabanas are on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis. So, better be there early for you to get a nice location.
You can have a souvenir at their shop inside. I even saw a booth that sells Plants vs. Zombies statues. I didn’t ask for the price, but I saw a price tag that costs around P500.00 each.
Splash Island is very easy to go to, if you want a day full of fun and adventure for the whole family. It’s good that we bought the ticket for half the price. I know some groupon sites have ongoing deals right now (check out ebay.ph and twangoo).
|marimar and seryo? hehehe|
|(my sister Eyen, me, my brother-Wood and my Nanay)|
You can also inquire at the Splash Island website for any ongoing promos. (Click here)