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Hundred Islands National Park, Ilocos Region

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Hundred Islands National Park boasts 124 islets--one less at high tide--shaped like mushrooms by coastal erosion. An observation deck on the largest island provides a panoramic view of the archipelago. Swim, snorkel, hike the hilly landscapes, dive from cliffs, and explore intact caves while visiting the park. Some of the islands feature ancient coral formations that once covered the seabed and nowadays extend far inland. With our international travel planner, Alaminos City attractions like Hundred Islands National Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • From the moment our boat left the dock, all we saw were round and tiny clusters of green and limestone rocks. Legend has it that these islands and islets were first part of seabed. As the tide receded...  read more »
  • Awesome place! Awesome experience! Highly recommended for the beach & nature lovers. Sands, seas, skies, islands galore! 
  • If you're looking for a great island experience, this is the perfect place to be. With variety of islands and islets, rich protected marine life which offers different activities such as diving, snork...  read more »
  • I expected too much here. I'm neither disappointed nor thrilled. They do not even promote fish feeding which is very prominent in other places like Palawan and some Puerto Galera beaches. Quezon island is where you'd want to stay long at prior to heading back to the wharf. The other islands don't have much to offer. Marcos island was almost the cleanest and had a jumpoff section in a cave. They won't let you jump, though, if you don't have a lifevest (which you should have rented at the wharf prior to your tour). Most islands have fine white sand, some have coarse corals. Use sturdy outdoor sandals, slippers or flippers.
  • This place is one of a kind. Why? Because first, it's nature's wonder in a sense this place have 100 islands but they say two of them have been sunk down already but the place is awesome for taking pictures photography, then have zipline then driving going under water then after that this place also got place for swimming and all. Must bring rule is your own good and camera for taking pictures. IT'S MORE FUN IN PHILIPPINES.
  • The islands are great to look at but the coral around them has been desimated. Weak swimmers stand on the coral in shallow waters crushing and breaking it. Significant rubbish pollutes the shore line and seabed. I also saw whole and broken glass bottles. An environmental fee is now being charged to visitors. I hope it is put to good use to clean up the islands and educating visitors.
  • Great place, but info must be improved, first timers will not easily locate wher you can ask how will you start ur journey from the bay to island, i only saw one restaurant on bay, its not good when ur in the bay but if you're in the islands well my rate is very good.
  • Great natural park, go directly to the tourism authority if you want to tour the islands from lucap wharf. you can stop at some select islands to explore and swim. personally i didnt like the man made structures, i hope the government keep the facilities in good condition.
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