The Hundred Islands National Park is the first national park and a protected area located in Alaminos, Pangasinan in the northern Philippines. The islands, totaling 124 at low tide and 123 at high tide, are scattered in Lingayen Gulf covering an area of 16.76 square kilometres. Only three of them have been developed for tourism: Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children’s Island.
Here’s the list of prices of services or fees you could avail for your Hundred Islands Tour.
ENTRANCE FEE (PHP):
– Day Tour – Php 40.00
– Overnight – Php 80.00
– Children 5 years old and below are free of charge and 20% discount for the Senior Citizen.
– Likewise, in conformity with the Tourism Code, ENTRANCE FEE will be known as ENVIRONMENTAL FEE.
SMALL (good for 5 persons)
– Regular – Php 1,000.00
– Day Tour Service Boat – Php 1,400.00
– Regular – Php 2,000.00
– Overnight Service Boat – Php 3,000.00
MEDIUM (good for 10 persons)
– Regular – Php 1,300.00
– Day Tour Service Boat – Php 1,800.00
– Regular – Php 2,500.00
– Overnight Service Boat – Php 3,800.00
LARGE (good for 15 persons)
– Regular – Php 1,500.00
– Day Tour Service Boat – Php 2,000.00
– Regular – Php 3,000
Getting to the Hundred Islands is pretty simple. All you really need to do is take a bus to Alaminos Pangasinan (5-6 hours) then grab a boat from Barangay Lucap in Alaminos and Voila!.
Nature at its best. Great place to spend a week-end away form Manila. Going from one island to the next is a nice adventure on itself. Each island in the island hopping will have something to make it different from the rest. But its still another island another beach. Highly recommend visiting this place especially for families.
Tips and Reminders:
Where to eat in Hundred Islands?
You can prepare and bring your own food. There’s a food court in Lucap wharf. There are also fast foods available in the town proper. You can also try some Hotel and Restaurants near the Lucap wharf.
Stores selling T-shirts, bags,decorated Shells, key-chain, and other souvenirs are located in the Tourism Office and in the Lucap wharf.
*Emergency, Lost, Need more information on how to get to Hundred Islands national Park. Pls. Feel Free to Reach these updated Contact Numbers.
Barangay Lucap, Alaminos City 2404, Philippines
Tel. No.: (075)205-0917, (075) 551 2505 / Mobile: +63 920-900-4470 / +63 928-244-9011
ALAMINOS CITY’S 24/7 OFFICES
Lucap Wharf Tourism Welcome Center
City Information and Tourism Satellite Office
PNP Alaminos City
BFP Alaminos City
Alaminos Action Center
Poso Amaninos City
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Mon-Sun 8am – 5pm