Metro Manila · Hundred Islands National Park

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124 little islands, beautiful beaches, snorkeling, and just a few hours away from Metro Manila. Hundred Islands may just be the perfect weekend destination for Megacitizens! 

Many of the islands are just impressive limestone rocks that visitors cannot set their foot on but these distinctive mushroom-like islands surely are a sight to see.  Other islands in this part of the Philippines await visitors with a wide range of natural and man-made attractions: hidden beaches, caves and tunnels, a lookout with 360° view of the archipelago, colorful reefs, little stalls offering halo-halo and buko juice, and even a zip-line from one island to the other. A scary yet fascinating sight is Bat Island; its trees are filled with hundreds over hundreds of large, black bats, hanging from the bare branches and sleeping in the light of day.

Tours and Accommodation

You can just book an island hopping day tour right at the wharf and stay in one of the small hotels in Alaminos City or one of the resorts nearby. Another option is to book an overnight trip that includes camping on one of the main islands - for those who want to feel like a contestant of the popular TV show Survivor Philippines, which was shot in Hundred Islands. If you don't feel like camping, Quezon Island and Governor Island have bamboo cottages for rent. For information on prices for cottages, picnic tables and other facilities on the islands, click here.

Prices

Unless you book a tour package beforehand, prices for motorboats are standardized by the City of Alaminos, which saves you the hassle of haggling:

Boat Size / Capacity DAY TOUR                                   OVERNIGHT                                  
Regular Serviced Regular Serviced
Small (max. 5 pax) 1,000 1,400 2,000 3,000
Medium (max. 10 pax) 1,300 1,800 2,500 3,800
Large (max 15. pax) 1,500 2,000 3,000 4,500

Environmental fee is 40 PHP/person for day tours, 80 PHP/person for overnight stays. Senior Citizens and People With Disabiliies get a 20% discount. Free for children 5 years old and below. The Facebook Page for Hundred Islands has not updated the prices for motorboats as of July 7, 2016. To ensure that you have the right list, you can call the Alaminos Tourism Office at 075-551 2506 or take a look at the contact details below. 

*Day Tour covers islands hopping limited to three islands including: Quezon Island, Governor’s Island and Children’s Island. 20 minutes only per island, just choose one island were you opt to stay and the boat will leave you and will be there to fetch you upon agreed time.

*Service Boat covers island hopping to all islands you want to visit including caves and coral garden. No time limit and the boat will stay to you until you finish your Hundred Islands journey.

Location & How To Get There

The Hundred Islands National Park is located just off the coast of Pangasinan Province, some 250 kilometers north of Manila.

The island hopping tours start in Lucap, a wharf just a 15-minute tricycle ride from Alaminos city center.

A car ride from Metro Manila to Hundred Islands takes roughly four hours. Aircondioned buses (Victory Liner or Five Star) take approximately five to six hours from Manila to Alaminos.

Website: hundredislands.ph

Tel: (63 75) 552 7777 | 551 2145 | 551 2146 | 551 2147 | 551 205 | 551 2249 | 654 0101

Email: info@alaminoscity.gov.ph | info@hundredislands.ph