Discover one of Asia’s premier natural wonders and tourist destinations. The Hundred Islands National Park is the first national park and a protected area located in Alaminos City, 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 kilometers (6.47 sq mi). Only four of them have been developed for tourism: Marcos Island, Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children’s Island.
Tourist arrivals are increasing every year. There are water activities offered in the developed islands in Hundred Islands such as kayaking, jet-ski, banana boat ride, helmet diving, scuba diving, parasailing, and many more. Wall climbing, rappelling, and ziplining from one island to another are also available in Hundreds Islands.
You will also enjoy island hopping where you can visit some of the undeveloped islands of Hundred Islands because it is part of the boat tour package when you go to Hundred Islands.
Hundred Islands Contact & LOcation Details
Registration Process For Hundred Islands Tour
- Completely fill out the manifesto form with the names of each person in your group including children and infants.
- Get a cue card at the information center. This would serve as cue to pay all the necessary fees.
- Submit manifesto form and pay the fees at the payment counter. Keep receipts.
- Show the boat dispatcher your receipts then board your designated boats. Start the trip. Have fun!
Hundred Islands National Park Activities & Rates
Environmental Fee (Php 60)
Entrance Fee/IPAF (Php 30)
Insurance Fee (Php 10)
Environmental Fee (Php 120)
Entrance Fee/IPAF (Php 30)
Insurance Fee (Php 10)
- Free for 5 year old children and below
- 20% off for PWD and Senior Citizens
- Discounted are implemented on the environmental fee and entrance fee only
- Insurance is effective for 24 hours only
Remember: The Hundred Islands has a “Basura Mo, Iuwi Mo” (Bring your trash home) policy. Upon registration, you will need to deposit Php 200 and they will give you a trash bag. Once you return the garbage bag with your trash, the deposit will ne refunded to you. This “Garbage In. Garbage Out” policy keeps Hundred Islands clean.
Motorboat Sizes and Rates
Travel time from Lucap Wharf to Hundred Islands (Quezon Islands is more or less 30 mins., Governors’ Island more or less 20 mins.)
|BOAT SIZE||CAPACITY||1 DAY TOUR W/ SERVICE BOAT||2 DAY TOUR W/ SERVICE BOAT|
|Small Boat||5 Passengers (max)||Php 1400||Php 3000|
|Medium Boat||10 Passengers (max)||Php 1800||Php 3800|
|Large Boat||15 Passengers (max)||Php 2000||Php 4500|
Accommodation and Facilities in the Islands
|Guest House (Electric Fan)||Not Available||Not Available|
|Mayor’s Island Guest House||Php 10000|
|Guest Rooms (Rock House)||Php 2000|
|Gazebo||Php 600||Php 1000|
|1st Floor||Php 5000||Php 7000|
|2nd Floor||Php 5000||Php 7000|
|3rd Floor||Php 3000||Php 4000|
|Picnic Tables and Chairs at Pavillions|
|at Pavillion 1||Php 300||Php 500|
|at Pavillion 2||Php 200||Php 300|
|Wooden Tables w/o Shed||Php 500||Php 700|
|Concrete Tables w/o Shed||Php 200||Php 300|
Activities in Hundred Island
Trekking towards the view deck of Governor’s Island with around 123 steps to have a 180 degrees aerial view of the world famous Hundred Islands. Installed is the 16 feet statue of St. Joseph the Carpenter, the Patron Saint of the City of Alaminos; it is also the jump point of the 546 meters island to island zipline. Experience this breathtaking island to island zipline; from atop of Governor’s Island to the Virgin Island. Truly exciting adventure of a life time!
Kayaking is more fun in Hundred Islands. An island to island kayaking adventure is exhausting yet wonderful experience, cut the waves, exert more energy to win a kayak race. One of the team building sport activity for companies, organizations or just mainly barkadahan (group of friends).
BANANA BOAT RIDE
Banana Boat Ride around the islands is great adventure in Hundred Islands. It’s one of the most exciting water activities to experience with friends.
Explore the underwater world, fish feeding and frolicking with fishes at coral garden in Quezon Island helmet diving activity. A 30 mins, exploration underwater, in a world down under, truly a memorable experience.
Feel the adrenaline rush as you speed along Hundreds Islands pristine waters! Exciting experience by yourself or with a partner.
From down under (snorkeling) to above sea level, experience the first hand aerial view of the 123 islands of the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP) alone or with your partner through Parasailing. Fly to 600 – 1500 feet above the sea level. If you are interested, place your reservation two (2) days before your visit at the Alaminos City Tourism Office.
Cliff Diving at Marcos Island's Imelda Cave
Experience the breathtaking cliff diving at Imelda Cave located in Marcos Island, a free dive adventure. From atop of the cliff, dive and swim towards the exit of the cave, that is its mouth/ cave opening. Diving is only allowed during high tide, friendly tourism staff will assist you.
Wearing of life vest is required.Php 50/pc
Camping is more fun and exciting, experience the old boys and girls scouting, not on open grounds but in heart of the islands. Take a cool night swimming adventure, night long chikahan and endless bonding with family, friends and new acquaintances.
Pitching fee per tent per night is only Php 200 pesos regardless of tent size. In selected islands tent set-up starts at 5 p.m. and pull-out will be 8 a.m. of the following day specially during peak season.
There are gazebos installed in selected islands to increase carrying capacity of the islands. Place where tourists could stay during their island day tour, to have picnic, chit-chats and relax while waiting for their companions experiencing the exciting adventure.
Capacity: 10 - 12 paxPhp 600
Capacity: 10 - 12 paxPhp 1000
Children's island guest house
Max Capacity: 10 paxPhp 5000/night
Tour Guide Assistance
For tour guide assistance please contact the tourism office.Php 1000
How to Go To Hundred Islands
- Commute – Ride a bus in one of the terminals in Cubao (Victory Liner or 5-Star) going to Alaminos. Alight the bus at the terminal in Alaminos then ride a tricycle going to the Lucap Wharf where you can register and hire a boat.
- Private – Drive North taking NLEX continuing to SCTEX taking the exit towards Ramos-Paniqui Road then follow the Tarlac-Pangasinan Road going to Alaminos. Upon reaching Alaminos, follow the Alaminos-Sual Road then turn right to S. Quimson street and drive straight to the Hundred Island National Park.