Discover Pangasinan’s pockets of paradise with this whole day island-hopping tour around Hundred Islands. If you’re a beach lover and enjoy spending the day out in the sun, then this beach-hopping escapade is the perfect holiday option for you.
A tour vehicle will pick you up within the Manila Bay area and Makati and take you directly to Pangasinan, where your tour boat will be waiting for you. Once you arrive at the site, you will don your life vest and hop aboard the boat to jump-start your island-hopping escapade. Your first destination will be Governor’s Island. Aside from being a site for both swimming and sightseeing, Governor’s Island is also known for its popular view deck. To get to it, you need to climb 250 steps, but the effort is all worth it once you see the stunning panoramic view of the whole area and its neighboring islands. Another good vantage point on the island is the zipline that will take you to the nearby Lopez Island.
From there, you will be taken to Quezon Island, known as one of the best places to go snorkeling in Pangasinan. The waters of this island are teeming with giant clams and schools of fishes. After exploring the marine life here, you will head next to Children’s Island, the most family-friendly island in the area. The waters here are shallow enough, making it safe for kids to swim. There are also other recreational activities to try such as wall climbing, rappelling, banana boat ride, jet ski, and parasailing.
If you’re an adrenaline junkie, go cliff diving in Imelda Cave located in Marcos Island. If jumping isn’t for you, you can explore the island either by kayaking or swimming from the entrance below. Another cave to see in Hundred Islands is the Cuenca Cave, filled with stunning limestone formation that has another opening leading to a beach on the other side.
Pack your swimsuits and come along on this island-hopping tour within Pangasinan’s Hundred Islands. Check availability by choosing a date.
- Please take note that environmental fee is not included.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.