The Hundred Islands

Alaminos is probably the most popular tourist spot in Pangasinan. About 5-6 hours away from Manila, the Hundred Islands National Park is a definite must-go-to place when traveling to or around the Philippines.

Where we stayed: Island Tropics
Good location, good service, good room size, good price. Boat trips to the hundred islands and other water sports activities may also be arranged with the hotel. Vegetarian friendly. Food may be requested from the hotel’s restaurant.

See video below during our island hopping adventure.
Gears: GoPro Hero2, iMovie (This is not a paid advertisement)

WARF

Lucap Wharf

Island Tropic Hotel

Island Tropic Hotel

Restaurant at Island Tropic

Restaurant at Island Tropic

View from the restaurant

View from the restaurant

Island Tropic suite.

Island Tropic suite.

Room rates

Room rates

They also accept credit cards.

They also accept credit cards.

Time check

Time check

Boat ride

Boat ride

 

SEE MORE PHOTOS HERE

Special Thanks:

Dakila – Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism
Alaminos Tourism Office
Island Tropics

 

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3 thoughts on “The Hundred Islands

  1. Hi there this is somewhat of off topic but I was wanting to know if blogs
    use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML.

    I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding skills so I wanted to get guidance from someone with experience. Any help would be enormously appreciated!

  2. Thank you for sharing this Lila. It’s a great help for tourists to have a birds eye view. BTW: there’ll be great changes in this place and hope to finish before summer of 2014. Recently, nipas have been eroded and will be replaced by more stable edifice.

  3. “Just a quick update. All For Rent Nipas’ with Room have been eroded as part of its beautification which started last summer. New pavilion have been erected at Quezon island and another house too, making it only two houses. One at Governors Islands (known as PBB House) at the said island.

    You’ll definitely see and feel the difference.

    Learn more of hundred islands here”

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