Hundred Islands

Hundred Islands is located in the city of Alaminos, in the province of Pangasinan in    hundred islands - Philippines. It is approximately 250 kilometers away from Manila (5-6 hour travel time via Victory Liner or Five Star Bus) which believed to be about two million years old. They are actually ancient corals that extend well inland, in an area previously comprising the seabed of an ancient sea. The lowering of the sea level has exposed them to the surface. The peculiar “mushroom-like” shapes of some of the islands were caused by the eroding action of the ocean waves.

This National Park covers a land area of 1,884 hectares with 123 islands (124 at low tide and 123 at high tide. However, only three (3) islands have been developed for tourists namely: Governor, Quezon, and Children’s Island.

A trip to Hundred Islands National Park and its home, Alaminos City, is a great diversion from the hustle and bustle of the busy, urban life. Breathe in the refreshing views – rice paddies, azure sea – and the rustic and peaceful lifestyle as you make your way to Alaminos City. And upon arrival, savor the city’s unique and dynamic spirit, friendly atmosphere and especially, the beauty and adventure that lie in the hundred wonders of their famous “Hundred Islands”.

Pack your bags, wear your durable sandals or slippers, grab a group of friends and hit the hundred islands - first national park established in the country. Each of the islands offers something unique to the visitors. Build sand-castles on the powdery white sand of Quezon Island, visit the Big Brother House on Governor’s Island, view the giant clams at the coral garden, go cliff-diving at Marcos Island and take pictures of the giant bats at Bat Island like what Clifford did and his family. The whole time you will be toured by a professional tour guide (Cliffords’ partner himself) which is extra fun as you get to learn facts and figures about Hundred Islands as you go along.

So what are you waiting for? Level up your local adventure via this Hundred Islands National Park Tour in Alaminos City. Treat yourself, family and friends and be a proud local-loving traveler as you get to see the famed Hundred Islands of the Philippines!

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17 Responses to Hundred Islands

  1. Genaro says:

    Proven ,indeed a great way to relax and enjoy the nature! I’ve been there twice already ( at Hundred Islands ) but there’s something telling me to visit over and over again! Try it friends

  2. There have been rigorous cleaning and beautification in this place and I know you guys will surely love the place even more.

    Did you know by the way how many caves at hundred islands that have been identified or at least you’ve been or wanna be?

  3. Via Pineda says:

    package of four or six to hundred islands? travelling period around early May. thanks

  4. Jonna L. Navaja says:

    hi, please send me a quote for 4pax on feb 7-8..thanks! 🙂

  5. Raquel Lejarde says:

    how much po package for 4persons (2adults, 2 child). plan april 4-5 or april 9-10. tnx!

  6. Anj Ilaga says:

    Please send me a quotation for 5 pax and inclusions of the package. Thank you.
    Preferred travel date April 3-4, 2015.

  7. Reginald Claudio says:

    Hi Mr. Clifford,

    Can you send me quotation for max 5 pax at hundred islands tour. Were planning to go there on Oct 29-30. Thanks

  8. Edith says:

    can you send me quatation for 14 persons

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