The Hundred Islands National Park is situated in Alaminos City, Pangasinan. Also known as “Kapulo-puloan” or “Taytay-Bakes,” these little Islands are one of the most magnificent natural geological formations in the Philippines
The islands are dispersed along the Lingayen Gulf and have a total land area of 1,844 hectares or 18.44 square kilometers. There are 124 islands here but one gets submerged in water during high tide.
The islands are shaped like giant umbrellas or mushrooms. The islands are about two million years of age; it was theorized that they are part of the seabed a long long time ago. Among the islands, only three have been developed for travelers and vacationists, namely: Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children's Island. Not all the islands have names. These islands are made of limestone roofed with think shrubbery and other flora.
The whole place is really like a paradise because of its clear water and sparkling blue sky which are very refreshing to the eyes. Watching the sun strike the islands and their surrounding waters is one of the wonderful views you can witness here. This island is most visited during summer period by lots of tourists both local and foreign.
Meet up Points: Joiner/Public Tour: 12:00am at McDonald's Macapagal Blvd near Metrobank and Starbucks or 1:00am at Mc Donald’s Mindanao Ave corner North Ave near Trinoma and SM North
PACKAGE INCLUSIONS: • Round-trip air-conditioned Van transfer Manila – Pangasinan – Manila • 1 night standard air-conditioned room at Guest House • Boat rental for Hundred Islands Tour • Toll fees, gas, driver’s meal and accommodation • Permits, Environmental & Entrance fees Island Fees Taxes and Surcharges