Go on a quick weekend getaway to Pangasinan’s most famous attraction, the Hundred Islands National Park. If you’re a fan of the beach and sun, then this jam-packed water adventure is just what you need and more.
You will be meeting your guide within Pangasinan in the morning. From there, you will be taken to the jump-off point, where your boat awaits. Make sure to don your life vests as you board the boat for your safety. Once you are set, your island hopping trip will begin, starting with a stopover at Quezon Island.
This piece of paradise has cream-colored sand surrounded by rock formations that take on various shapes and sizes. Have fun playing Frisbee here, or swimming in its cool waters while admiring the surrounding seascape views. Afterward, you will head next to Children’s Island.
True to its name Children’s Island is very kid-friendly because of its shallow waters. This makes the island safe for kids who love wading in the waters and playing along the beach. Take plenty of photos here before you make your way to Governor’s Island.
This island used to be one of the locations of the hit Filipino TV show, Pinoy Big Brother. Upon arrival here, you will be welcomed by its inviting waters and tropical atmosphere. Wade in the waters or walk along the beach. If you’re up for a more exciting time on the island, don’t miss going up the hill to get an overlooking view of the national park.
You will be in for another adrenaline-pumping experience at your next stop, Marcos Island. With its towering rock formations, the island is perfect for cliff jumping. You can take the plunge from as low as 12 feet or as high as 20. You should not miss snorkeling while on the island, as well. From there, you will be visiting the islands of Lopez, Clave, and Virgin before heading back to mainland Pangasinan.
Live the island life for a full day on this island-hopping escapade across the sea in Pangasinan. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.
- Children ages 2 years old and below are free of charge.