Childrens Island

Alaminos City, Pangasinan

The Children's Island lives up to its name as its shallow waters are very suitable for small children. This island can be considered as the kiddie version of Hundred Islands' Quezon Island because there are plenty of fun activities here as well but are more suitable for kids. The island's beach front itself is in kiddie size as well as it is very narrow and can accommodate very few people only. Th ...

ere are some huts (mga bahay kubo) here which can be rented for PhP559.00 per two persons.

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  • Hundred Islands National Park Day Tour

    Hundred Islands National Park Day Tour

    Scattered in Lingayen Gulf and comprised of 124 islands and islets during low tide and 123 at high tide, the Hundred Islands National Park is the crown jewel of Pangasinan's tourism industry. A protected area located in Alaminos City, it has a total area of 16.76 square kilometers. The islands are actually ancient corals exposed to the surface due to the lowering of sea level and the distinctive shapes were formed by the eroding action of ocean waves. Operated and maintained by the City Government of Alaminos, Hundred Islands National Park is one of the Philippines' most visited tourist attrac ...

  • Kindred Spirits At The Hundred Islands

    Kindred Spirits At The Hundred Islands

    Back when I was still in grade school, I have always been curious of the Hundred Islands of Pangasinan. Every time our Social Studies teacher require us to collate photos of the natural wonders of the Philippines, these mysterious landmasses were always included in my album. And now that I am somewhat capable of reaching my dream destinations, I know in my heart that it is impossible to skip these treasures of Pangasinan.

    The Hundred Islands are scattered on the waters of Alaminos City. At dusk when the traffic is minimal, the port is about four-hour drive from Manila. Renting a boat with a ...

  • A Hundred Ways To Have Fun At Hundred Islands Alaminos Pangasinan

    A Hundred Ways To Have Fun At Hundred Islands Alaminos Pangasinan

    Ever since I was a little girl, I have always heard of Hundred Islands in Pangasinan, because if you studied elementary in the Philippines, this is definitely part of your school lessons. However, after my 20 years of existence, I have never been to this place. That is why I was really thrilled when my aunt and her family went home here in the Philippines from Georgia, USA and found out that we are going to Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Pangasinan!😀

    From Malolos City, Bulacan until Alaminos, Pangasinan the drive is around 4-5 hours long. Therefore, if you are planning to go on a trip ...

  • Pangasinans More Than Hundred Islands

    Pangasinans More Than Hundred Islands

    I've been longing to visit this tourist spot since I saw it in our history books and colorful post cards during my travel. But since it was just at Luzon's Northern part, I didn't bother until a co-worker insisted on visiting a new destination and voila!

    Although it is a common destination, three (3) buses were already parked near the docking area on an early morning when we visited the area. That is how popular this place up to now.

    According to Wikipedia, it is a national park and a marine protected area hence people are not allowed to do illegal fishing, logging and activ ...

  • Hundred Islands Valentines Special Snorkeling Alaminos Pangasinan Adventure

    All in all it was a great valentines day for both of us hope you guys also have a nice valentines day! Hundred Islands was so great and enormous which a single day isn't enough to roam around it! don't forget to like and subscribe for more great content! MJCJadventuresof!

    Shout out nga pala kay mang max na tour guide namin.

    List of Islands that we visited:
    - Governors Island
    - Romulo Island
    - Marcos Island
    - Cathedral Cave
    - Macapagal Island
    - Childrens Island
    - Quezon Island

  • Six Out Of A Hundred Islands

    Six Out Of A Hundred Islands

    At 9 am, Lucap Wharf was inundated with throngs of hungry tourists arranging their trips for Hundred Islands. Vendors hawking native hats greeted us by the entrance with smiles as warm as the midmorning sun, their tenacity never waning despite the countless nos.

    Interestingly, despite its stature as a poster island for the Philippines' most touristy, the wharf is devoid of antsy boatmen selling tours.

    Everything, from boat rides down to snorkel gears, has standardized rates and can only be transacted via the tourism desk inside the wharf. It's streamlined and simplified: choose a tour p ...