Two days in Manila let you experience the main sights plus some of the wonderlands around the city. Go deep into the Philippine capital’s rich history and spectacular cuisine, then discover volcanoes such as Mt. Pinatubo or Taal, historical Corregidor Island, or epic Pagsanjan Falls.
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Dinosaurs Island is part of Clark Land, an amusement park that is also home to Insectlandia, where you can observe animatronic giant insects and step inside a butterfly garden, and a Wonders of the World area, where you can see to-scale models of the new and ancient wonders Purchase a standard admission ticket, which grants access to dinosaur-themed exhibits, or a combo package that allows you to visit all areas of the park.
Things to Know Before You Go
The park is popular with families and travelers interested in dinosaurs.
Book in advance during peak times, including school holidays.
There are lots of great photo opportunities at Dinosaurs Island, so bring a camera.
The park offers a food court with snacks and cold drinks.
Be sure to wear sturdy footwear and bring water and insect repellent.
How to Get There
Dinosaurs Island is only about an 8-minute drive from Clark International Airport. It’s also possible to reach Clark Land by public transportation: take the Victory Liner bus bound for Dagupan to Dau common terminal, then take a local jeepney or tricycle to Clarkland Dinosaurs Island.
When to Get There
Dinosaurs Island is open from Monday to Sunday. The Filipino summer holidays, from March–May, are the busiest times.
Family Fun in Clark
Clark has an abundance of family-friendly activities. Visit Nayong Pilipino Clark, a theme park that features top Philippines attractions, including Banaue Rice Terraces and colonial landmarks; head to the Aqua Planet water park, home to more than 38 slides and rides; then enjoy the Clark Museum, which offers artifacts, replicas, and a 4D theater that illuminates the island’s history.