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Hundred Islands Pangasinan

Overview

Pangasinan's Hundred Islands consist of 124 small islands and islets scattered in the Lingayen Gulf. Hundred Islands are estimated to be around 2 million years old. These mushroom-like islets are composed of limestone rocks at its base with thick vegetation above it.

Though not every islet has beautiful beaches, there are some that has its own white sand coves. To maintain the pristine, natural condition of the park, not all islands are developed.

Some of the most popular islands are:

Pilgrimage Island (formerly Martha Island) - has a 56-foot statue of Christ the Savior constructed in 2017 where devotees can climb 263 steps from the beach to not only venerate the image but also enjoy the panoramic view of some of the nearby islets.

Governor's Island - has a 200-step staircase to a good vantage point

Bat Island - has bats

Marcos' Island - boasts a 20-foot cliff jump inside its caves

Romulo's Island - has a white sandy beach perfect for lazing around.

Activities in the Hundred islands include island hopping, swimming, snorkeling, helmet diving, zip-lining, wall climbing, rappelling and banana boat riding. Before going to the Hundred Islands National Park, you need to register and pay your entrance and environmental fees at the Tourism Office, located at Lucap Wharf.

Day Tour Registration Fee – Php 100

Includes:

Environmental Fee – Php 60

Entrance Fee – Php 30

Insurance Fee – Php 10

Overnight Tour Registration Fee – Php 160

Includes:

Environmental Fee – Php 120

Entrance Fee – Php 30

Insurance Fee – Php 10

Note: Free for children 5 years old below; 20% discount for senior citizen and PWD

Facilities/Amenities

Guest House - 5,000 to 10,000

Gazebo - 600 to 1,000

Pavilion - 3,000 to 7,000

Picnic Tables & Chairs - 200 to 700

Tent Space/Pitching Fee – 200

Island Activities

Zip-line:

Governor’s (546 m) – 250/jump

Lopez (345 m) -  250/jump

Quezon (120m) - 100/jump

Jet ski (1-2 pax) - 1000/15 minutes

Banana Boat (min 6 pax) - 250/person

Helmet Diving - 400.00/dive (20 minutes)

Kayaking (max 2pax) - 250.00/hour

Snorkeling - 250.00/set gear rental

Tours (Boat Size)

Small (1 to 5 passengers) – 1400

Medium (6 to 10 passengers) – 1,800

Large (11 to 15 passengers) – 2,000

Video by Alaminos City Tourism

Features

  • Entrance Fee

    Php 250 to 2,000

  • Best time to visit

    November to May

  • How to get there

    From Metro Manila, take a bus to Alaminos. From Alaminos bus terminal, go to Lucap Terminal infront of Suki  Supermarket. Ride atricycle to Lucap Wharf, which is where the Tourism Office is located.

Location

Business Hour

Closed Now
  • Saturday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Sunday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Monday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Tuesday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Wednesday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Thursday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am
  • Friday
    12:00 am - 12:00 am

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