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    Pangasinan: Hundred Islands National Park, Entrance Fee, Boat Ride Rates, How to Get There

    Want to visit Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos, Pangasinan on a tight budget? Here's latest information on how to get there plus standard price of island-hopping/boat ride rentals for day tour or overnight tours.

    UPDATED: November 2015

    Travel Guide to Hundred Islands National Park:

    One of the large boats for hire for island-hopping in Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan

    Hundred Islands Rates/Fees (to be booked at Lucap Wharf in Alaminos, Pangasinan)

    Entrance Fee and Island-hopping rates are standard, no worries against overcharging here

    Day Tour:
    Entrance Fee: PhP40.00
    Small Boat (1-5 persons): Ph1,000.00
    Medium Boat (6-10 persons): PhP1,300.00
    Big Boat (11-15 persons): PhP1,500.00

    Overnight Tour:
    Entrance Fee: PhP80.00
    Small Boat (1-5 persons): PhP2,000.00
    Medium Boat (6-10 persons): PhP2,500.00
    Big Boat (11-15 persons): PhP3,000.00

    A bit of spelunking/caving on one of small islands

    How to get to Hundred Islands National Park:

    How to Commute to Hundred Islands

    from Manila, take a bus to Alaminos, Pangasinan

    Bus to Alaminos, Pangasinan:
    Victory Liner
    Cubao to Alaminos, Pangasinan via Camiling, Tarlac
    Fare: PhP393.00
    Trip Schedules: 4am (first trip), 5:30am, 6am, 7am, 8am, 9am,
    10am, 11am, 12nn, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm
    10:40pm, 11:50pm (last trip)
    Travel time around 5 hours

    Five Star Bus
    Cubao to Alaminos: PhP393.00 (air-conditioned) PhP300.00 (ordinary)
    Pasay to Alaminos: PhP403.00 (air-conditioned) PhP308.00 (ordinary)
    Trip schedules: please call Five Star hotline +63.927.712.4349 for the latest bus trip schedule

    Driving Directions to Hundred Islands:

    From Manila, head to EDSA then NLEX and SCTEX all the way to Tarlac then take the road going to Camiling, San Clemente, Mangatarem (Pangasinan), Aguilar, Bugallon, Labrador, Sual, and Alaminos


    swimming, snorkeling, diving, beach bumming (some beaches have lots of jelly fishes (dikya) if in season), rappeling

    Coming Up:

    Hundred Islands Beach Resorts, Hotels, Accommodations

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:41 PM,


    At Nov 19, 2015, 8:24:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    Is this updated for 2015? Thank you


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