Come and visit Northern Zambales

Located in Central Luzon. Zambales offers sweetest mangoes and best seafood dishes in the Philippines.

To commute going to Sta Cruz, Zambales

From Manila:
From Divisoria/C.M. Recto Avenue, ride a jeep to Bustillos (where Legarda meets Ernshaw).
From Legarda, a walk 1 block along Earnshaw to Victory Liner Terminal.
Ride a Victory Liner bus to Sta Cruz.

From Caloocan:
Take the LRT-1 to Monumento station.
Cross Rizal Avenue Ext. towards Victory Mall.
The Victory Liner Bus Terminal just behind Victory Mall.
Ride a Victory Liner bus to Sta Cruz.

For the trip schedule and fare, visit the Victory Line website.

Coordinate with the bus conductor to drop you off in Brgy. Bayto, Sta Cruz, Zambales. If you haven’t bought your supplies, you can ask the conductor to drop you at Sta Cruz Public Market.
And just ride a tricycle to bring you to the resorts in the area.

From Olongapo City:
You can take UV Express up to Sta Cruz, Zambales. Their fare is slightly cheaper than the Victory Liner.

By private vehicle
To get to Sabang, Sta Cruz, Zambales by car take the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) all the way to the Dau/Mabalacat exit then continue on to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).

The route through San Fenando, Pampanga is shorter but passes the town areas, and option is on using the SCTEX instead for speed and ease of travel. Travel the length of SCTEX to the Tipo Exit, pass through the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and on to Subic Town. Take the national road all the way to Sta Cruz. You will pass by the towns of Castillejos, San Marcelino, San Narciso, San Felipe, Cabangan, Botolan, Iba, Palauig, Masinloc, Candelaria and before Sta Cruz.
It’s about a five hour drive from Metro Manila.