Visiting Hundred Islands National Park

A relative came from United States and invited us to join them as they explore Hundred Islands in Pangasinan. Without hesitation we packed our things and traveled seven hours all the way to Bacnotan, La Union.

Hundred Islands National Park



It was my first time to visit the Hundred Islands National Park and the moment I set foot, I can't find the words to describe it. It's indeed a paradise by a hundred.

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park

In a beautiful morning, we comfortably traveled almost two hours from Bacnotan to Alaminos for the planned island hopping. We arrived just before lunch.

This paradise in Pangasinan composes of 123 islands and we were able to see three of them - Governor's Island, Quezon Island and Children's Island were we stayed for lunch.

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park
                                                          Arrival at Governor's Island

Hundred Islands is one of the top tourist destination located at Alaminos City, Pangasinan. One of the awesome family get-away from the busy life in the city. It's located in Barangay Lucap, Alaminos Pangasinan about 250 kms from Manila. 

Hundred Islands National Park

The Marcos Island is my favorite of the islands I've seen.

Hundred Islands National Park
 Imelda Cave

Hundred Islands National Park
 The Big Brother House
 Don't forget to explore the caves and take pictures

Hundred Islands National Park
 Children's Island

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park
The Marcos Island

What to do in Hundred Islands:

  • Island Hopping
  • Take pictures 
  • Swim on cold water
  • Check the fine and white sand
  • Snorkel and see Giant Clams
  • Jump at Imelda Cave - unfortunately was not able to do it
  • Kayak around the Island
  • Watch sunrise at Lucap Wharf
  • Take photos of wild duck
  • Food trip : 
    • Alaminos Boneless Bangus
    • fruits which are available along the way
    • kakanin like biko which we had during the trip. 
It would be better to bring bottle of drinking water so you won't need to buy them upon arrival at the island. Use your pashmina, bandanas, hats, umbrella and shades while hopping around and wear a comfortable and light clothes and foot wear. Finally, don't forget to bring extra batteries for your camera or you'll regret it not taking the breathtaking view of Hundred Islands. 

Enjoy the trip! 

Special thanks to the people who invited us and for their warm accommodation, auntie Debbie and family.

    Going there:

    Public:   Take Victory Liner Bus from Manila to Alaminos, Pangasinan about 5 1/2 hrs

    Private: About 4 hrs from Manila via Camiling, Tarlac.

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