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Hundred islands national park

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Hundred islands national park

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Marcos Island

Hundred Island National Park is in Pangasinan region of the Philippines.




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The best way to get into the park is via Alaminos and Lucap. The main gateway is Alaminos, where both Victory Liner, Inc. [1] and Five Star, Inc. [2] offer trips from Manila (P300-380, 5-6 hours, from Pasay and Cubao). From the Alaminos bus terminal, you can take a tricycle to Lucap (P60), where the tourist office is located at the harbour.


There is an entrance fee of P20 for the day or P40 for an overnight stay in the park. This will be paid at the tourist office in Lucap [3].

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  • Giant clams. behind Quezon Island  edit

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What most people do is island hopping. There are several possibilities, depending on your interests, time and budget.

You can do a standard tour of the three main islands: Governor's Island, Children's Island and Quezon Island.

Small boat (1-5 passengers) P800

Medium boat (6-10 passengers) P1000

Large boat (11-15 passengers) P1200

Or you can arrange for a service boat that can take you to any island you wish, like Marta (two islets connected by a strip of sand), Marcos Island (vertical shaft of rock where you can jump in the water and swim out into the sea), Scout Island (cave with a blowhole), Quirino Island (cave), Cuenco Island (a cave that goes straight through the island), etc.

Small boat (1-5 passengers) P1400

Medium boat (6-10 passengers) P1800

Large boat (11-15 passengers) P2000

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Lodging is possible on Governor's islands in a very expensive cottage (P10,000/night). Most lodging is in Lucap however, from transient rooms to hotels, starting at P250/person/night. For more information about lodging, consult with the tourist office.


It is possible to camp on the islands and the tourist office will help you with renting a tent. You can choose to sleep on one of the three big (inhabited) islands, or sleep on the beach of one of the uninhabited ones. If you decide to go for the latter, ask your boatsman about the best island to overnight, to make sure that the tide does not take your tent away while you are sleeping. One of the possible islands is Scout Island.


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