This Iba resort is on the beach, 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Zambales Provincial Capitol, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University and Western Luzon Agricultural College. Coto Waterfalls and Potipot Island are also within 32 mi (52 km).
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The major city of Manila lies 85 miles southeast of Iba.
Let the sun's rays shine on your face and the waves wash over your feet. A wonderful place to start is Anawangin Cove, 30 miles to the south, or Dungaree Beach, 60 miles to the east.
Nature enthusiasts will delight in the beautiful environmental reserves of this region. Pundaquit Falls is located 25 miles away from Iba, while Manleluag Spring National Park lies 30 miles away.
Step back into the past with a stop at some of the historical tourist spots, including Zambales Provincial Capitol and Ramon Magsaysay Technological University.
Botolan Wildlife Farm and Western Luzon Agricultural College are just some of the interesting places in Botolan, a destination 4 miles away from Iba. An additional option is Masinloc. It's 14 miles out of Iba, and is the home of Coto Waterfalls and Masinloc Oyon Bay Marine Reserve.
Approximately 35 miles to the southeast of Iba is Subic, an important regional center which is home to SM City Olongapo, SBFZ Sports Complex and Harbor Point Mall. Ramon Magsaysay Ancestral House and Amana Waterpark are some more sites that are worth a visit.
An exciting way to enjoy this region's natural areas is to go mountain biking or rock climbing.
Need to unwind? Try shore fishing, beach combing or partaking in any of the other relaxing outdoor activities this region has to offer.
Have a break from traveling and spend a few relaxing hours swimming or snorkeling.
To learn about the culture of North Luzon Agribusiness Quadrangle, go straight to the region's craft workshops.
Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul with some pleasant outdoor attractions. This region offers visitors a wide variety of open-air markets.
The region's traditional villages are well worth heading out to. They are sure to be enjoyed by all visitors, not just history fans.
Dining out is about more than just nutrition. It's a window into a region's soul.
Look out for guava and mango, two popular regional ingredients.
Sinigang (hot and sour soup) and pinakbet (vegetables in fish sauce) are recommended dishes you should try.
End with bibingka (coconut cake), a to-die-for dessert.
If exploring the world of beer is your style of travel, grab a table and buy a round of San Miguel Premium All-Malt Beer. Clink glasses and enjoy one of the region's most popular brews.
Sago't gulaman (sago drink) is a common alcohol-free option that one can order no matter the time.
If you're looking for a drink with a bit more of a kick, gin should hit the spot.
Enjoy the strong spirit of national pride on the 12th of June for Independence Day.
The most convenient airport, Clark International Airport, is 40 miles to the east.