One of the country’s national geological monuments can be seen in the historic Lingayen Gulf. Collectively called as the Hundred Islands National Park, it is actually composed of 124 islands, isles and islets visibly seen during low tide and scattered in an area of 18 square kilometers in the western side of the Gulf. On January 18, 1940, President Manuel L. Quezon signed Proclamation No. 667 declaring Hundred Islands as a national park.
The Island Hopping Tour:
The guests will explore at least four islands within the national park. Of course, they have enough time to swim and snorkel. They can do cliff or rock diving, definitely a must-try experience in Hundred Islands. Then the guests will enjoy the sumptuous food our coordinator/guide will serve. For the morning and afternoon snacks, the guests will have the famous Calasiao puto and other native delicacies.
- Governor’s Island
- Children’s Island
- Quezon Island
- Marcos Island / Cave
Here are what included in the package:
- Round-trip Manila-Alaminos City-Manila transportation (including gas, toll, parking)
- Sumptuous picnic lunch
- Morning and afternoon snacks
- Chartered boat
- Services of tour coordinator and guide
- Entrance fee
These are not included in the package:
- breakfast and dinner
- snorkeling gears
Our rates are based on the number of actual participants. We require at least eight (8) guests for each trip/batch.
- 8 pax: P2200/head
- 9 pax: P2100/head
- 10 pax: P2000/head
- 11 pax: P1900/head
- 12 pax: P1800/head
Note: Rate is subject to change without prior notice.
- The guests will assemble at a designated area and pick up point (between Ortigas Avenue and Munoz, Quezon City, along EDSA). They will leave Metro Manila at 2:30AM via private van.
- Travel time is four hours.
- The guests may eat breakfast at a fast-food restaurant in Alaminos City while the tour coordinator/guide buys at the public market fresh catch of the day and additional provisions.
- From the city center, they will still have to travel to reach the Tourism Center in Lucap which is six kilometers away.
- After registration is completed, they will board chartered boat.
- The first stop is Governor’s Island. They can go to the view deck to have a great perspective of Hundred Islands.
- Next is Quezon Island where the guests will spend much of the day. They can swim all they want while the tour coordinator / guide will prepare a sumptuous lunch for the group.
- After lunch, the guests will go to the snorkeling area.
- Later on, they will go to Marcos Island to do cliff diving.
- The last stop is Children’s Island.
- At 4PM, the guests will be returning to Lucap. They can take shower at the public bathroom before going back to Manila.
- At 5PM, they are already the road. Dinner can be in Tarlac City or wherever they would like to.
- By 11PM or so, the group is already back in Metro Manila, at the original pick up point.
Things to bring:
These items are essential for the trip:
- digital cameras (point and shoot or DSLR)
- extra batteries and memory cards
- camera accessories
- snorkeling gears
- rashguards / swimming gears
- trekking sandals/shoes
- aqua shoes
- dry bag