Take this two-day, one-night tour package from Manila to discover the beautiful islands and other natural marvels in Pangasinan. This vacation package is inclusive of overnight accommodation, land and sea transportations, entrance, and parking fees.
If you wish to go on an adventure out in the sea without dealing with the stress coming from travel preparations, there’s no better option than this two-day Pangasinan tour. Your hotel stay, transportations, and required fees will be organized for you.
Pangasinan province is a go-to destination in the Philippines for travelers who want to explore beaches, waterfalls, islands and want to try tasty local cuisine. This location is also recognized for its delicious mangoes and native rice cake. Moreover, the province is also called the “Land of a Miracle” because of the many religious landmarks found here.
From Manila, your van will drive you to Pangasinan and to the jump-off point, where you’ll find your boat waiting for you to take you to the Hundred Islands National Park. This protected area has over 120 islands, four of which have been developed: Marcos Island, Quezon Island, Governor Island, and Children’s Island.
Apart from the province’s stunning islands, you’ll also explore its well-known Bolinao Falls, consisting of three waterfalls. You will even get the chance to enter the Enchanted Cave and swim in its clear turquoise waters.
On the morning of the second day, you’ll go on a tour of Bolinao, another popular town in Pangasinan. Your itinerary on this day includes Bolinao Lighthouse, Bolinao Church, and Balingasay River. After buying souvenirs, your transportation service will take you back to Manila.
Explore Pangasinan and see its remarkable natural spots on this two-day vacation. Check availability by choosing a date.
Your transportation service will pick you up at midnight and transport you to Pangasinan province on the northwestern coast of the Philippines. You will have a brief stopover during the journey for your midnight meal (own expense).
In Pangasinan, your transportation service will bring you to Alaminos town proper, where you will drop by a local eating place for your breakfast (own expense). You will then head to the jump-off point for your island-hopping tour.
Onboard your reserved boat, you’ll explore the Hundred Islands National Park, a popular destination in Pangasinan for its gorgeous islands. Among these islets, Governor Island, Children’s Island, and Quezon Island are the most-visited ones.
Once you get back to shore, you’ll eat your lunch (own expense) to get energized for the second part of the tour. You will first check into your hotel before you proceed to Falls 1 and Falls 2, two of the three waterfalls of the province’s famous Bolinao Falls. Finally, you’ll visit the Enchanted Cave, which features a natural underground pool. You will then return to your hotel to rest or swim at the beach and have your dinner (own expense).
In the morning, you’ll have some free time to take as many pictures as you want and make the most of the facilities and amenities at your accommodation. Your van will later come to pick you up to take you back to Manila.
Along the way, you’ll go on a quick tour of Bolinao town, which is also situated in Pangasinan. Your first stop will be Bolinao Lighthouse, a historical attraction that proudly stands for over ten decades atop a hill.
Next is the Bolinao Church, a 17th-century building established using native materials like ground coral stones, wood, rocks, and eggs. It served as a retreat from pirate raids during World War II. Over the years, the church has survived several natural calamities.
You will complete your tour with a visit to the Balingasay River, deemed the cleanest and greenest river in Region 1 in Luzon Island. This protected seascape is teeming with century-old mangroves and is home to migratory birds and other wild species.
Afterward, you’ll have a few stopovers as you make your way to Manila. You will be given plenty of time to enjoy your lunch (own expense) and buy some souvenirs and local products to take home.
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