More Than Hundred Islands!


Welcome to HUNDRED ISLANDS of Alaminos, Pangasinan which is in the northern part of Philippines. The said 100 Island National Park actually has 124 Islands during low tide and 123 Islands during high tide. As what the boat man told us during our tour.

When visiting Alaminos, Pangasinan the first thing that comes to our mind is the Hundred Islands. If you want to see and visit these islands you have to rent a boat to take you from one island to another. It is better to go on an early tour so you can enjoy view and swim in the clear water and beautiful sands of Hundred Islands.

The first island we visited is called the Governor’s Island, where you have to hike to the  top of the island and view the beautiful scenery above.Then after, we stopped by the Marcos Island where the bat cave is located. The last one we visited and stayed for awhile is the Quezon’s Island.

Describing this adventure is better via showing you the photos I have taken. So enjoy and hope you able to come and  visit Hundred Islands of Alaminos, Pangasinan. I must say, It’s More Fun in the  Philippines.

Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines

The real bat cave from the Marcos Island.

Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines

How can you resist the sands and the clear water. It is really a paradise.

Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines

A rainbow makes the  island more colorful and  beautiful.  I wonder is there a pot of gold in the end of that rainbow?

Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines

Even during the end of the trip the beauty of the water shows as it gives way to the color of the sunsets.

Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines
Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan, Philippines

And this is where our trip ends. Hundred Islands is one paradise that I surely enjoy. Actually this is my second visit to this place. And I am sure there is a third time.  So what are you waiting for. Come Visit My Philippines (Hundred Islands, Alaminos, Pangasinan). Start your adventure and share it to us. It’s More Fun in the Philippines.

Your Pinoy Adventurer!


38 thoughts on “More Than Hundred Islands!

  1. beautiful pictures, keep on sharing, i am planning to visit hometown soon and looking for adventures, also, this makes me philippines. coming here from FBW FB link you shared.

    1. Thanks Ms. Bechai. I surely would share more of my travel and adventures from our beautiful Philippines. It’s my pleasure to share my photos and show the world that Philippines has a world class places.

    1. Thanks a lot, we are indeed lucky on my second visit we saw this rainbow. Actually our boat was having trouble that time and we stopped and waiting for our rescue when the rainbow came out. It a sign of hope for us…

  2. wow… love the beaches here… one of the places i really wish i can go… nice shots, bro. makes me want it more… hahaha. Yahweh bless.

  3. Just by looking at these pictures make me refreshed. I’ve never been to Alminos though I have one relative there. I just hope I can find time to visit them on my vacation.

    1. I suggest you visit your relative and I am sure they will take you to the Hundred Islands. It’s a great place far from any noisy city. You surely gonna refresh your minds.

  4. I had been to Pangasinan and skipped this for another trip. I went to see churches and went directly to Tambobong from Hong Kong. I would definitely love coming to Alaminos again and see this.

  5. Honestly speaking, balak ko nang pumunta talaga ng Hundred Islands, and honestly, gusto ko talagang mag-island hopping at bilangin kung a hundred or more talaga sya. Hahaha.. Thanks for bringing it closer to us readers, at least, kahit mangilan-ngilan ay may maipapagmalaki din naman tayo (at may nabilang na din akong mangilan-ngilang islands. Haha).

    1. Puntahan mo na ang Hundred Islands, at I am sure kulang ang isang araw mo para mabilang lahat at mapuntahan ang mga islands dito..pero worth it naman. So what are you waiting for visit Hundred Islands.

    1. Thanks The Chef. Naku malayo talaga sya. Going pa lang sa Alaminos eh talagang matagal na, and you have to ride a boat pa going to the Hundred Islands. But it is worth it naman. I was there twice already and would love to come back again…

  6. If I’m not mistaken, I think I passed by Pangasinan when I went to Baguio. I have actually planned on making a stop over to visit the hundred islands but my seminar schedule won’t permit it. Knowing that you’ve been here more than once, this must be a really good place to see.

    1. If you are coming from Manila and going to Baguio, yes you will be passing Pangasinan. But Hundred Islands is located in Alaminos, Pangasinan which is around 3 and half hours from Baguio City. It’s a good place to see, we enjoyed it very much and that’s why I am planning for the 3rd trip.

  7. what i remember when i think of pangasinan is bagoong. hehe..
    you’ve got awesome shots there!
    so that’s where Charlene’s answer came from… “high tide or low tide?”

  8. I wish I had time to visit the 100 (plus) islands. I’ve been writing about it since high school, but I only see it in pictures.

    Now, I want to demand for a vacation.

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