ACTIVITIES

TRAM TOUR

MALINTA TUNNEL

EXHIBITIONS

BIKE TOUR

PHOTO WALKS

FLORA & FAUNA

SEASIDE LEISURE

PARKS & MEMORIALS

ABOUT THE ISLAND

HISTORICAL SITE

Corregidor Island, “one of the country’s last military bastions,” is an island off Southwestern Luzon that was fortified with coastal artillery by the Americans to defend Manila from Japanese attacks during the Second World War. While camped in The Rock, the Americans also built what may be described as a self-contained community.

NATURE HUB

The expansive island is not just a haven for history buffs. Those looking to commune with nature will definitely be stoked with its dynamic ecosystem and generous array of flora and fauna. From fruit-bearing trees to flowers to an impressive assemblage of monkeys, geckos, and uncommon birds, Corregidor Island is a veritable local Eden indeed.

LEISURE

Apart from the celebrated guided tram tours around the island, those pining to break a sweat or simply shoot the breeze with loved ones will not be disappointed. Swim at South Beach, go kayaking, fight off waves aboard a raft. Or, for the more chill, go biking and take selfies along the majestic Mile-Long Barracks. The Rock is ready to roll with you.

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