Note that this is not to be confused with the Subic of Olongapo City. This is the one in Sorsogon. It’s the most well-known beach in Sorsogon and it has been called Subic since way back as per our boat guide.
There is no direct flight from Manila to Sorsogon, so you must fly to Albay and then ride a bus going to Sorsogon proper and then a jeep going to Matnog. It’s about a three and half hour land ride all in all. I must say, the roads in Bicol are of one of the most well-maintained that I saw in the country.
Once you reached Matnog, you’ll see this:
How cool is that! Haha.
Sorsogon is at the southern-most tip of Luzon island (same island where Manila is). It’s quite far that I usually mistaken it to be part of the Visayas region already.
From here, you still have to take a boat ride going to Subic beach (about a thirty minutes ride).
And then, congratulations! You have already reached Subic beach. 🌊
Us, doing what we do best – beach bumming. 🙂