Traffic Advisory
  • Guests coming from Manila [South] are advised to take NLEX Balagtas exit.
  • Guests from the North please take NLEX Sta Rita exit.
  • This is to avoid heavy traffic at Bocaue exit. Thank you.
Waterpark Rules and Regulations
Please wear proper swimming attire when using the pool, colored shirts are strictly phrohibited.

Swimming Attire:

Male: Garterized / Cycling shorts, Trunks, White shirt Female: Bathing suits, Cycling shorts, White shirt

  • Diving is not allowed at the pool area. No back diving off the edge of the pool or any unsafe activities
  • Persons with colds, skin diseases or contagious diseases will not be allowed in the pool.
  • Children must be closely supervised by adults.
  • The lifeguards are responsible for the swimmers in the pool. They have the authority to enforce pool and safety rules on the entire pool premises.
Important reminders to our valued guests
  • Guest may bring in their food, but please use plastic containers or disposable ones. Briging of softdrinks and alcoholic drinks are not allowed (beverages are available inside the resort).
  • Observe proper waste disposal.
  • Pets are not allowed to enter the waterpark.
  • Deadly weapons & sharp objects are strictly prohibited inside the resort.
  • Please take care of your belongings, most specially your slippers and bags.
  • Amanawaterpark does not assume any liability for injury or loss of personal belongings of any guest.
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Amana Waterpark, Santisima St., Bagong Barrio, Pandi, Bulacan

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Amana Waterpark... adjudged by Google as the 2nd Fastest-rising summer destination of the Philippines. It caters for the customer's total fun and enjoyment with its best amenities, world class services (with distinctly Filipino hospitality), comfort and convenience for a reasonable cost --- giving worth for your hard-earned money.

As the newest summer destination, anybody can enjoy the thrill and excitement it can offer, which includes a 3,500 sq meter wave-pool that produces the biggest wave (Tsunami wave). Amana Waterpark considered having the biggest wave pool in the Philippines. It offers 13 different magnificent gigantic kinds of wave. We have over 100 different life-size characters scattered all over the resort that children will immensely enjoy, for more exciting and breathtaking adventure, swim higher with our soon to open Zipline. In addition, the resort also offers horseback riding, picnic grove, souvenir shop and breezy inspired cottages made of local materials.


REMINDER:

Minimum headcount of 50pax is required during weekdays to experience the fun & enjoyment of the waves. No minimum head count is required on Saturday and Sunday.

Thank you.


Boracay Boracay
8 Persons Capacity
P 600.00
Palawan Palawan
18 Persons Capacity
P 1,500.00

Tagaytay Tagaytay
10 Persons Capacity
P 800.00
Calatagan Calatagan
30 Persons Capacity
P 2,500.00

Baler Baler
12 Persons Capacity
P 1,000.00
Vigan Vigan
2 Storey, 3 to 4 Persons Capacity
P 2,500.00

Subic Subic
18 Persons Capacity
P 1,500.00
Batanes Room Batanes Room
4 Persons Capacity
P 3,500.00

Camiguin Camiguin
15 Persons Capacity
P 1,500.00

cottagerooms

Modern Umbrella (4 seater) : P 500.00   Videoke P 1,000.00
Layback Chairs with Umbrella : P 300.00   Grill Stand P 100.00
Addional Layback Chair : P 150.00      

Vip Rooms

Baguio Villas (6 persons capacity )

P 2,800.00
  • 2 persons included
  • P 600 / add'l guest (up to 4 add'l guest only)
  • Free entrance
  • Hot and Cold shower
  • Free WIFI access
  • Super Maxrider

    (Virtual Reality Ride)

    P 120.00 per ride

    Available every Saturday and Sunday only

  • Zipline

    P 150.00/1-way

    P 250.00/2-way

    Available every Saturday and Sunday only

  • SPA / Massage

    P 400.00/ hr



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