Bolo Beach

Alaminos City, Pangasinan

Bolo Beach is located in Alaminos City, Pangasinan. Bolo Beach in Barangay Pandan is the newest jump-off point to the Hundred Islands National Park. Try all sorts of shellfish from large specialty clams in Bolo beach to tiny dila-dila. Everything comes fresh and cheap.

Bolo Beach News

  • Injured Dolphin Rescued In Pangasinan

    Injured Dolphin Rescued In Pangasinan

    An injured rough-toothed dolphin was rescued by residents in Bolo Beach in Alaminos City on Friday, an official of the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP) said on Sunday.

    The dolphin, which bore a wound on its back, was first seen by HINP tourist assistants being pushed back to the sea by residents of Barangay Bolo, according to Toots Orfinada, HINP marketing and promotions officer.

    Technicians of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources brought the dolphin to its facility at the Karias Island, where it is now being treated.

    Orfinada said that the two-meter-long dolphin appeared ...

  • Explore And Experience Bolo Beach in Pangasinan

    Explore And Experience Bolo Beach in Pangasinan

    How could we ever miss Bolo beach! This place is good for Kayaking activities. It was my first time to do kayaking so I'm excited that my aunt decided to come here. Bolo beach is located in Alaminos, Pangasinan. I suggest that you should try visiting Bolo beach after your Hundred Islands tour. It's just an hour ride from Hundred Islands.

    We rented a kayak boat for almost two hours. As far as I can remember, we paid 40 pesos per hour for each kayak boat we used. I took several pictures of our kayaking experience and posted it on my Facebook account.

    That's my cousin, Reagan preparing th ...

  • A public private partnership for the environment

    A public private partnership for the environment

    It's a beautiful show of public-private partnership after the city government of Alaminos in Pangasinan and the Metro Pacific Investment Corporation (MPIC) partnered to educate the people about environmental preservation of the world-famous Hundred Islands here.

    About 105 volunteers composed of divers and non-divers led by Melody del Rosario, vice president for Media Corporate Communications of MPIC and trustee of Metro Pacific Investment Foundation, Inc. (MPIF), trooped to Pangasinan's prime tourist destination recently for the two-day Shore It Up 2011, the company's environmental campaign ...

  • Interconnected Hundred Islands seen

    Interconnected Hundred Islands seen

    To attract more tourists to the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP), the city government of Alaminos in Pangasinan has decided to embark on an ambitious project to link these islets on the Lingayen Gulf through a network of transparent underwater tubes.

    Visitors can walk through these underwater "bridges" to view various species of fish, corals and marine creatures in their natural environment.

    The "bridges" are part of the Hundred Islands Underwater Marine Park project that envisions the establishment in the area of fish sanctuaries, snorkeling and diving areas, a facility for water sp ...

  • Alaminos goverment crafts fifteen year tourism development plan

    Alaminos goverment crafts fifteen year tourism development plan

    The local government of the city of Alaminos will conduct local and international road shows to invite potential investors to help develop the place into a world-class tourist spot.

    The local government has tapped urban planner Palafox and Associates to craft a 15-year master plan for Alaminos which is famous for the Hundred Islands tourist attraction.

    Mayor Hernani A. Braganza said in an interview over the weekend that about P3 billion in initial investment would be needed for the plan to see some fruition.

    He said the local government is willing to pitch in some P20 million to ju ...