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Olongapo Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras, the annual three-day Oktoberfest festival held at the Olongapo Cit's main business center along Ramon Magsaysay Drive. Entertainment personalities and bands headline the various activities during the festivities. The project is under the auspices of the Metro Ologapo Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (MOCCI) to raise funds for the benefit of the local police force and other community projects in Olongapo. Olongapo's Mardi Gras has been attracting tourists from Central Luzon and Metro Manila.
The Sibit-sibit Festival is an annual event held in Olongapo to depict the rich and colorful history of the City. Sibit-sibit is a word derived from the erstwhile saga of Ulo ng Apo which connotes the small paddle banca used for fishing, as Olongapo was ultimately born from being one of the ancient fishing villages of the country.
Ulo ng Apo
Walking through the downtown Olongapo, you will see a landmark that is the symbol of history and values that shaped of who and what Olongapo is today.
A panoramic view perfect for picture taking, the old lighthouse is found along the national highway going to the north. It overlooks the Subic Bay Area.
Three Cross in Mt. Balimpuyo
Located in Mt. Balimpuyo, Brgy. Sta. Rita Catholic devotees pray and pay homage to the Lord during Holy Week.
This long stretch of beach is a haven for the sun, sea and surf enthusiasts. Olongapo's beaches are accessible and affordable, and offer a fun and relaxing atmosphere.
This is where some of the City's activites and programs are staged. Featured in the park are playground for children, big shady trees, and an amphitheater-like section for big audiences.