Since we already visited Patar Beach in Bolinao, Pangasinan, we don’t wanna miss the chance to see the famous Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos, Pangasinan. The park, with 124 islands bragging its white sand beaches, blue clear waters, amazing rock formations and mushroom-like shaped islets, is so awesome;
it really took my breath away. I will always treasure the amazing picturesque of the place. Thank goodness i have someone with nice camera with me. . Hehe. .
Although there are over a hundred of islands, only three of them are fully developed for tourists to visit namely the Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children’s Island. i forgot how much we rented a boat to bring us to the 3 islands but it should be more or less Php2000 including the rent of snorkeling stuff.
i already forgot which island we visited first. so i guess you’ll just have to go see the park for yourself and remind me which island the pictures below belong to. haha. .
overall? i am speechless. . no word can describe how the Hundred Islands National Park blew me away. . i am a proud Filipina bragging all these beauty of nature that not all countries have been blessed with. . i encourage everyone to visit Philippines. . 🙂