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    Fun & Merriment at Amana Waterpark

    What is Amana Waterpark?

    Tagged as the second fast-rising summer destination in the Philippines, the Amana Waterpark is a 6.4 hectares beach resort that primarily caters to the customers’ overall enjoyment. The owner first visualized the concept of waterpark upon the inauguration of Tampisaw Beach Resort on March 28, 2008. The Amana Waterpark has thirteen types of waves and the Diamond Wave is the biggest of them all. It has 3500 square meter wave-pool. Apart from getting wet, the resort also offers breezy cottages, horseback riding, souvenir shop, and picnic orchard.

    Activities & Accommodation

    The Amana Waterpark has everything anyone craves for. Like I said earlier, it boasts their 3500-square meter wave pool (Diamond Wave), the 40-foot Man-Made Waterfall, the other thirteen waves, the 500 square meter kiddie pool filled with Dragon Ball Character and the Avatar-inspired pool.

    There is also a number of lodging to hop in. There are several cottages with different designs and the VIP rooms which can house two persons only (P2800).

    Rates & Fees

    For Day Time Swimming (8:30-6:00 PM), adults need to pay P250, children’s rate are P200 while senior citizens are advised to bring their ID and pay P200 only. For Night Swimming (6:30-12 MN), adults, children and senior citizens only need to pay P180, P120 and P120 respectively.

    For questions and other concerns, just contact Maricris De Leon at amanawaterpark@yahoo.com or call (044) 661-23-83 and (044) 661-23-84

    How to Arrive at Amana Waterpark?

    There are three ways to get to Amana Waterpark:
    • By Bus from Manila: If you’re from Divisoria Terminal, take a bus at Aguila Transit and go directly to Waltermart, Sta Clara. From Waltermart, you need to ride a tricycle to Amana Waterpark.
    • By Bus from Ayala/Baclaran: If you are from Baclaran Terminal, find your way to Del Carmen/ Corinthian/Bovjen Bus until you reach Waltermart. From Waltermart, you need to ride a tricycle (P120) to Amana Waterpark.
    • By Taxi: You need to pass the Bocaue exit and take Sta Maria-Pandi–Angat National Road. Just follow the Amana Banners with arrow signs along the National road.


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