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Rate for day-tour (for group of 10 people):
Php1,450/person - Inquire now to know our promo rate.
Keep in mind that the price depends on the number of people in your group.
✔ Round-trip transportation from any point within Metro Manila to Alaminos with a recent air conditioned van
✔ Service of a driver, gas, toll and parking fees
✔ Island hopping activity
✔ All the entrance fees (island, registration, insurance, garbage, environmental fees)
0100AM Departure from Metro Manila Meet our coordinator and have a briefing 0600AM Arrival in Alaminos Breakfast 0700AM Board the boat 1200PM Lunch We suggest a picnic lunch 0100PM Resume of the island hopping activity 0400PM End of the activity Time for freshen up and souvenir hunting 0500PM Departure from Alaminos 1000PM Arrival in Manila
❶ Where is the National Park? ? It's located at Alaminos, Pangasinan in Region I (Ilocos region). If using a private vehicle, it's about 5 hours away from Manila, a bit less if you are coming from Angeles, Pampanga or Tarlac.
❷ Does it really have 100 islands there? Actually, there are more! Depending on the tide, there are either 104 or 103 islands, according to the park officials.
❸ How safe is the trip? It's safe for families and groups of all ages. Whenever you're in the boat, you are required to wear a life vest. Activities like zip-line, wall climbing, helmet diving are supervised by trained park personnel.
❹ At the wharf, we were given trash bags by the park officers. What are they for? The city government of Alaminos launched on October 2017 the "Basura Mo, Iuwi Mo" Program which aims to promote responsible tourism. To ensure that no litter is left behind on the islands, guests are provided garbage bags which they can use to place all their rubbish during their tour. One bag is for biodegradable items and the other bag is for non-biodegradable. Visitors are expected to surrender the bags to the tourism office on their return.
❺ Is there phone network on the islands? There is phone connectivity at the wharf and on the islands.
❻ Can we have a bonfire? No, it is not allowed as it can cause forest fires and disturb the endemic flora and fauna in the area.
❼ Can we stay overnight at the islands? Some islands have facilities to accommodate guests who plan to stay overnight. Pre-booking is required.