At Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Bagac, Bataan, travelers are in for a treat as we usher in the summer season. Whether you are the adventurous type or the chill traveler, Las Casas has lined up a lot of activities for everyone’s pleasure.

Guests have the option to stay overnight, in the property’s hotel rooms or casas, or opt for a day trip. Day tour rates are at P1,850 during weekdays and P2,500 at weekends.

Play with the waves

Enjoy the sun and the water as Las Casas offers exciting water activities including kayaking (for as low as P300 for 30 minutes for two persons), jet skiing (for P2,500 for 30 minutes and P4,500 for an hour), banana boat ride (P2,800 for 15 minutes for eight persons), and speed boat ride (P6,000 for an hour, maximum of 20 persons).

Surrounded by the West Philippine Sea, Las Casas’ waters are perfectly suited for cruises. You may avail of the sunset cruise for as low as P8,000 for one hour, maximum of 10 persons.

Banana boat ride

Discover secrets of the past

History buff or not, one can easily be captivated by the architectural treats Las Casas offers. But what makes a trip to this heritage site more meaningful are the colorful stories each restored house holds.

Join an interactive Heritage Walking Tour with Las Casas’ storytellers to fully immerse one’s self as if they are transported to another era.

Guests may also try horseback riding (P300/ 30 minutes), kalesa ride (P75), balsa ride (P600), viewing of Hotel de Oriente, Las Casas’ premier convention center (P200), and tramvia ride.

Casa Lubao also offers indoor activities like darts, billiards, table tennis, and Filipino pool.
What better souvenir can anyone bring home than a photo with La Casa dela Fotografia, Las Casas’ in-house photo studio, for as low as P350.

Horseback riding

Go on an epic ‘foodventure’

Aside from Las Casas’ unique sights, the property is also known for offering sumptuous feasts.

This site houses a number of restaurants including Cusina ni Nanay Maria for warm Filipino meals, La Bella for Italian staples, Café Marivent for international cuisine, and Café Del Rio for Spanish tapas. Food stalls are also open for quick snacks. Head on to Pica for Filipino street foods and La Parilla for some refreshments. Meanwhile, cap off the tiring day with cocktails and spirits at Dapitan Bar.

For more information, visit www.lascasasfilipinas.com of follow Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar’s official social media pages.