Last February 2018, the Aqua Planet Water Park opened at the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. The resort’s opening was right in time for Summer 2018 which is by far the hottest summer yet if we can say so ourselves.
The resort immediately interested quite a large number of Filipinos because let’s face it, we don’t have a lot of water parks here in the Philippines. And this one has rainbow slides, wave pools, and splash parties at night.
But that’s not all you can do at Aqua Planet Philippines. We’ve rounded up the best things to do at the resort, including Aqua Planet’s rates, entrance fees, and other details you should know before heading out to Pampanga:
Admission and Reservations
Aqua Planet Philippines can house 3,500 guests at a time. They close the park once the maximum number has been reached to ensure smooth crowd flow inside and maintain comfort and safety within the grounds.
There are only two Aqua Planet admission types and they’re based on your height. This is because some of the attractions have catch pools and splash down areas that are at a certain depth. Guests below 48″ are only allowed at the kiddie pool, wave river, and wave pool only.
Currently, guests are admitted on a walk-in basis. Online and on-site reservations are not available as of date.
Guests are required to wear proper swimming attire, no buckles, zippers, rivets, or any metal or sharp accents. We don’t want to damage the floaties! Aqua Park also provides floaters so you don’t need to bring your own. But do make sure to bring your own towel at the park.
Aqua Park Entrance Fee
Slide and Soak (for guests below 48″) – Php 750
Drop and Splash (for guests 48″ and above) – Php 950
Senior citizens and PWDs get 20% off, infants (non-walkers) are free of charge.
Daily locker rental is at Php 200.
Aqua Park offers complimentary tables and umbrellas for small groups. One umbrella is just one table with four chairs. If you coming with a bigger group, Aqua Park has cabanas available for rental. Cabanas are equipped with ventilation, cozy cushion and a safe for important belongings.
Island Cabanas, on the other hand, are fully-ventilated and equipped with tables and chairs for bigger groups.
All cabanas are subject to availability and are availed on a first-come-first-served basis.
For 15 pax guests:
- Beach Cabana (near Wave Pool and Boogie Bay Area, 24 units available) – Php 3,500
- Bubblies Cabana (near the kiddie area called Bubblies Bay, 13 units available) – Php 3,000
For 25 pax guests:
- Island Cabana (at center of park, 2 units available) – Php 5,000
- Palmera Cabana (near Octopus Racer, 2 units available) – Php 5,000
What to do at Aqua Planet
Aqua Planet boasts 10 hectares of water park fun and excitement for all ages.
The park has a mini wave pool at the Boogie Bay where kids can safely splash around and play. The Lazy River is also perfect for floating around and maybe even basking in the sun.
Giant slides are everywhere, with one of the tallest ones being the Aqua Loop. The Tornado, Super Bowl, and Sky Shuttle each provide a different kind of thrilling water park experience for every ‘Aqua Citizen’.
For a milder take on water slides, check out their Spiral Slide, Octopus Racer, and the Hurricane. Well, the Hurricane can be a bit intense but not as scary as the Tornado.
You can even practice your surfing skills at the Flow Rider!
There are also times when Aqua Planet hosts Splash Parties at their wave pool, bringing in some of the country’s most popular DJs to play the hottest beats for a whole afternoon of good vibes.
Cashless at Aqua Planet
Aqua Planet maintains a cashless system throughout the park. Upon entrance, you will be given an RFID wristband that you can use for lockers, entering and exiting the park (one entry, one exit policy), and purchasing food and boutique items.
There are kiosks around the park where you can load cash to your wristband.
Aqua Planet Opening Hours & Address
Aqua Planet is open from 9 am to 5 pm daily and is located at J.P. Rizal, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga.