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Hundred Islands Pangasinan Private Day Tour with Transfers from Manila
Hundred Islands Pangasinan Private Day Tour with Transfers from Manila

Hundred Islands Pangasinan Private Day Tour with Transfers from Manila

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Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Duration:
12 hours
Difficulty:
Easy
Languages:
English
Available:
All year
Minimum age:
None

If island hopping tickles your fancy, then this private day tour from Manila to Hundred Islands in Pangasinan is a no-brainer for you! Snorkel with rich marine life, swim at the beach, or simply enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Hundred Islands on this day tour. Guaranteed to be a fun day out under the sun, this tour takes you to islets with beach pockets and caverns for your ultimate island adventure!

Located in Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Hundred Islands is the town’s first national park and protected area. 123 islands and islets peppered across the beautiful Lingayen Gulf, earning the park its name and the fame it has gotten over the years among locals and tourists alike. The area is approximately 4 to 5 hours away from Metro Manila, where you will be picked up from. But as soon as you hold sight of this natural wonder, the long road trip will be more than worth it!

Out of the hundred islands, only 3 of them are developed for commercial tourism. This tour takes you to six islands, with the added three islands for a more off-the-beaten-path experience. Your first stop will be Governor Island, which gained popularity when local TV show Pinoy Big Brother used it as a location in one of its episodes. It also has a zipline that connects to another island. From here, you will make your way to Lopez Island, an islet with a sandy beach and a teeming marine life. Next is Marcos Island, which also features a white sand beach pocket and the Imelda Cave, with a water pool below its chambers.

The next stop is Quezon Island, which is the most developed among all the islands in the area. This is a popular stop especially when hunger kicks in as it has huts and a communal dining area for guests to relax and enjoy lunch. From here you’ll visit Children’s Island which, as its name suggests, is a child and family-friendly area since its beaches are shallow. Your last stop is Cuenco Cave, with beaches adjacent to it on both sides and highlighted by interesting rock formations.

If you are looking for an ultimate island hopping experience, you better book this tour to Hundred Islands now! Check the availability by choosing a date.

Included

Air-Conditioned Vehicle
Local Driver Guide
Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off within Manila Bay Area or Makati City
Toll Fees
Parking Fees
Boat Transfer
Snorkeling Gear
Garbage Fee
Registration Fee and Permits

Activities

Outdoor Activities

Attractions

Hundred Island National Park
Quezon Island
Children's Island
Pangasinan
Lopez Island
Marcos Island

What to bring

Camera
Personal Medicine
Water
Extra Towel
Extra Clothes
Sunblock

Good to know

- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.

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