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What to do in Zamboanga
You will find “Asia’s Latin City” right here in the Philippines’ Zamboanga City. It’s home to an incredible variety of flowers, plants and trees, historical landmarks, fascinating attractions, and lively locals.
Have a blast from the past in Zamboanga City when you visit the open-air shrine of Fortaleza Pilar. It’s also where you’ll find the National Museum, and learn more about the rich history of Zamboanga.
See the beautiful buildings of the city as well, and have a spiritual journey as you visit the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, St Ignatius of Loyola Parish Church, and the colorful Taluksangay Mosque.
Get to know Mother Nature and explore the green side of Zamboanga City. Stop by the Zamboanga Ecozone Mar y Monte, La Paz Highlands and Vegetable Farm, Abong Abong-Murok Trekking Trail, and Merloquet Waterfalls. Spend a day strolling through Pasonanca Park, where you can visit the Aviary and Butterfly Garden, or enjoy a dip in Pasonanca’s natural pools.
Are you looking for the beach? Grab your swimsuit and sunnies and head to Bolong Beach, Caragasan Beach, San Ramon Beach, Patalon Beach and the Little Sta Cruz Islands. You can even find pink sand at the beaches of the Great Sta Cruz Islands too. Then ride the colorful vintas at Paseo del Mar, which is extra special during sunset.
Taste Zamboanga’s cuisine from the local’s favorite food destinations at Country Chicken, Morning Sun Satti House, Alavar’s Seafood House, and Jimmy’s Satti. Of course, you can’t break the tradition of bringing home pasalubong to your loved ones. Find the best souvenirs at the Yakan Weaving Village, Caneral Barter Trading Center, or the malls in Zamboanga City.
Get the most out of your trip in the city and check out these 30 things to do in Zamboanga City.
When to visit Zamboanga
The best time to visit Zamboanga City for the best weather is between the months of January to May. Of course, another great time to visit Zamboanga is in October for the beautiful Hermosa Festival.
As a Filipino citizen, you and other Pinoy travellers don’t need a passport or visa to fly to Zamboanga City and travel around the Zamboanga Peninsula, like all destinations in the Philippines. Just pack along your national or government issued ID card for important transactions.
Travelling to and around Zamboanga
Your flight will be landing at Zamboanga International Airport. From there, you can reach the city by taxi, jeep, and tricycle. Travel around Zamboanga City and see its top tourist destinations by jeep, tricycle, taxi, and boat.
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Temperature average in March
23.9 - 32.9°C
Rainfall average in March
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