Welcome to Casa MaGeo

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Hi, I’m Daphne. If you are a family or a group of friends and you are looking to holiday in Zambales, Philippines, you might want to consider staying at Casa MaGeo, a privately-owned villa of four bedrooms and a swimming pool.

Located in the town of Barretto along Subic Bay, this home is for family and friends, business travel and team-building meets. Local activities include the Inflatable Island, wreck diving, Ocean Adventure, Zoobic Safari, etc.

The fee, which comes out at $28/head, covers 10 guests (PHP 15,000/night). If more than 10, there is an extra pax charge of $10/head/night (PHP500), and a kitchen-use fee of $5/day (PHP250). Please settle the extra fees with the caretaker at the villa.

There is a 5th room, an attic, that can be used as a sleeping dormitory for children. There are 8 sofa beds in this room.

We give a 50% discount on a month’s stay and 30% on a week’s stay.

Enjoy your trip in Zambales. We look forward to having you at the house.

For inquiries and reservations, please contact us at: 7casamageo@gmail.com or on the form below:

How to get there: NLEX-SCTEX-SBMA-Barretto

NLEX-SCTEX expressway: The most hassle-free way to get to Subic is by the new SCTEX expressway. The junction from NLEX to SCTEX is after San Fernando and Dau, and immediately after the Dau toll booth.

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Exit at Subic from SCTEX. From the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (Subic Base or SBMA), take the exit at the Kalaklan bridge, and turn left for Barretto, direction Iba. This winding coastal mountain road is called the National Highway. To the left of the Highway is Subic Bay.

Casa MaGeo is located on the white side street on top of the N in “Dryden” walking distance from the yellow National Highway.

Recreational Activities

Subic Bay map

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The first map is of the Subic Freeport Zone (SBMA), formerly the American Subic Naval Base. It is about a 10-minute drive to or from Casa MaGeo. The second map is of the Subic Freeport Zone. You will find forest treks, golf courses, tennis courts, the ocean park, the marina, a casino, the Subic Bay yacht club, Zoobic safari, and exclusive beaches at SBMA.

(photo credits: SBMA Tourism Department and Subic Bay Travel and Diving Guide)

Aside from on-base activities and attractions, as well as sightseeing and other recreational activities Zambales has to offer, Subic Bay is one of few places where you can find so many accessible shipwrecks concentrated in one area.