Tourism

CAPAS TOURISM FEES

  • TARUKAN
    • CF – (CHARGES PER PERSON) = P 50
    • LOCAL GUIDE – (PER VEHICLE) = P 350
    • 4×4 – (MAXIMUM OF 5 PERSON) = P 1,900
    • LAST DEPARTURE 02:00 PM
  • TAMBO LAKE
    • CF – (CHARGES PER PERSON) = P 50
    • LOCAL GUIDE – (PER VEHICLE) = P 350
    • 4×4 – (MAXIMUM OF 5 PERSON) = P 1,900
    • LAST DEPARTURE 02:00 PM
  • TELAKAWA
    •   CF – (CHARGES PER PERSON) = P 100
    •   LOCAL GUIDE – (ECO GUIDE & LOCAL FR. SITIO COMMUNITY) = P 350 x 2
    •   (7:00 AM LAST DEPARTURE DAYTOUR)
 
  • HOTSPRING
    • CF – (CHARGES PER PERSON) = P 50
    • ENTRANCE FEE – (CHARGES PER PERSON) = P 150
    • LOCAL GUIDE – (PER VEHICLE) = P 350
    • 4×4 – (MAXIMUM OF 5 PERSON) = P 1,900
    • (12:00 PM LAST DEPARTURE)
 
  • ATV FOR PINATUBO (RATE)
    • ATV (500CC) (GOOD FOR TWO) = P 8,500
    • HALF OF 4×4 = P 1,600
    • CF/ BOTOLAN FEE (PER HEAD) = P 300+400
 
  • ATV FOR TAMBO/TARUKAN (RATE)
    •  ATV (500CC) (GOOD FOR TWO) = P 3,700
 
  • ATV SHORT TRAIL
    • ATV (500CC) (GOOD FOR TWO) = P 1,800
    • CF- 100

CAPAS TOURISM & BOTOLAN FEES PINATUBO

  • 4×4 Vehicle           = 3000.00 (Maximum of 5 Person)
  • Local Guide           = Php 500.00 (Per Vehicle)
  • Tourism Fee         = Php 300.00 /Per Head
  • Botolan Fee          = Php 400.00 /Per Head
 
  • 1 Person = (Php 4,200.00)
  • 2 Person = (Php 4,900.00)
  • 3 Person = (Php 5,600.00)
  • 4 Person = (Php 6,300.00)
  • 5 Person = (Php 7,000.00)
  MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
  • For ages 40 yrs. old & above present proper identification.
  • For 60 yrs. old & above we require medical certificate & proper Identification like Passport or Government issued ID.
  • Cut-off time of registration of guest to Pinatubo is 7:00 am so please come early
    WHAT TO BRING: Bring your own food    WHAT TO WEAR: Wear comfortable outfit  
  • Last Departure : 7:00 am
  • 1 Hour or more depends on pacing of walk.(Trekking from drop off (km.3) )
  • 1 Hour and 30 minutes by 4×4 vehicle
 Children     : Capas       – below 7 yrs. old – Free of charge
                        : Botolan   – below 10 yrs. old – Free of charge               

Contact Person

ROJAN SANTOS  

Booking Officer

 09491239685

                                                                                                                      

Bueno Hot Spring

Capas ATV

Capas Death March Marker || Brgy. Sto. Domingo II

The site where about 60,000 soldiers cramped like sardines in closed box cars were unloaded to this train station and the start of the second phase of tragic death march.

Capas Death March Monument

Built in an inverted V Structure. It depicts the endurance and heroism of valiant soldier defenders of freedom and democracy. An emblem stands as a historical marker located three (3) kilometres from the town proper along the highway in barangay Cut- Cut I.

Capas National Shrine

It is known as the former Capas Prisoners of War Concentration Camp. It is a 50 hectare land that commemorates the heroism of the Filipino spirit during World War II.

Mt. Telakawa

Billed as the best thing along Crow Valley next to Mt. Pinatubo, Mt. Telakawa is the alternative mountain destination for visitors who are up to a more extreme hiking challenge. ‘’Telakawa’’ literally means ‘’a pot placed upside down’’. The mountain, wich proudly stands at 630 meters above sea level, is named as such because of its shape.

New Asia Golf And Spa Resort

Mt. Pinatubo Crater

Via Sta. Juliana, Capas, Tarlac
After it’s eruption in 1991, the world famous volcano has become a renowned tourism destination. The adventure begins in the quiet community of Sta. Juliana Capas, Tarlac, Where 4×4 vehicles are readily available for a hour long ride. After which, a hike to the Crater presents an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the lahar landscapes along the River and a spectacular view of the volcano’s crater.

Tambo Lake

Visit a natural lagoon that’s accidentally created out of lahar, river water and agriculture land! Before Mt. Pinatubo eruption, Tambo Lake was formerly a stretch of rice paddies. Now a source of aquatic resource for Aetas living around it, it has been deemed as a potential site for still water paddling and fishing activities.