Hundred Islands, Island Hopping Tour, Luzon

Hundred Islands Day Tour

Hundred Islands National Park

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

Package Inclusions:

  • 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
  • Cottage


  • 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.

Things To Bring:

  • Personal toiletries
  • Digital cameras (point and shoot or DSLR)
  • Extra batteries and memory cards
  • Camera accessories
  • Snorkeling gears
  • Rashguards / swimming gears
  • Sunblock
  • Trekking sandals/shoes
  • Dry bag