All Hands Beach Resort Subic Bay
All Hands Beach, San Bernardino Road
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines
Mobile: +63922-826-2934 or +63947-564-4726
All Hands Beach is located in between the Subic Bay International Airport and the Subic Bay Seaport. It is currently undergoing development and improvement by Brighterday Subic, Ltd., Inc. This company shall manage this government facility for the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority as a well-maintained public beach. It has clear, clean, and calm waters most of the time. This is due to its strategic natural location, far from any residential community or inland river. The waves are not much higher than 6 inches most of the day. All Hands Beach is great for swimming for all ages due to the shallow and gradually sloping depth of the shoreline.
|BEACH PACKAGE||- Daytime (6am-6pm) - Php500
- Nighttime (6pm-6am) -Php600
Free use of facilities & entrance fee per person
*Bamboo Huts - (for 12 person)
*Nipa Sheds - (1 table and 8 chairs)
*Umbrellas - (1 table and 4 chairs)
*Pavilions - (12 tables and 60 chairs) or Half Pavilions (6 tables and 30 chairs) for big group.
*Function Room Aor B (6 tables and 30 chairs)
- Daytime (6am-6pm) - Php2, 000
- Daytime (6pm-6am) - Php3, 000
- 1 hour - Php4, 000
- 30 minutes - Php2, 200
|Other amenities:||*Coffe Shop
*Beach VolleyBall Court
*Php500 deposit for the ball but it is refundable
|Sports and Activities||
All Hands Beach has water sports activities and rental equipment available to create a memorable and fun-filled vacation. You can participate in banana boat rides, water bicycling, kayaking, snorkeling and even Jet Ski driving.
Free Wi-fi in some areas of the resort
Wide and spacious parking available 24/7
|Food and Beverages||
The Beach is home to chill-out venues that have a wide selection of beverages and snacks.
ALL HANDS BEACH has been officially determined as a New Sea Turtle Nesting Site and Nursery by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The baby sea turtle eggs were normally laid by their respective Mama sea turtles. They were naturally incubated, cared for and hatched in the same beach. The baby sea turtle hatch-lings were released in the presence of media practitioners, educators, and students.