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Hundred Islands is located in the city of Alaminos, in the province of Pangasinan in northern Philippines.

Group Of Sir Julius Jump Off To Hundred Islands

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Here’s Sir Julius Group (HRM students from Philippine Cultural College) jump off to Hundred Islands last Friday (25 Oct 2013).

Thank you once again guys for choosing us for your hundred islands getaway. We thank you as well for your donations for our out reach program (to be posted soon).

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Must Join SubicFitFest Free Fitness Weekends Here In Manila!

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Must Join SubicFitFest Free Fitness Weekends Here In Manila

Want to experience fitness activities that will bring benefits to your own body? If you do and I’d say you must. Then this would be the perfect day to decide. Because Subic Subic Fitness FestFitness Festival reaches out to bloggers here in Metro Manila to 24 fitness disciplines that helps revitalize your mental, physical and spiritual aspect.

Said to be the biggest fitness event of the year, Subic Fitness Festival, is happening on November 15, 16, and 17, 2013 at Subic Free Port Zone – Harbor Point, Camayan Beach and Ocean Adventure – starts its journey to Subic with free fitness sessions in Manila, all weekends of September and October.

I’m glad that I’ve been part of the Kick off at the FTX gym along Tordesillas St., Makati, yesterday together with fellow bloggers.

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Considering An Overnight At Hundred Islands?

Considering an overnight at hundred islands?

Staying at quezon island is one of our unforgettable experience at hundred islands. Imagine the cool hundred islands - cliffordbustillo.wordpress.com/hundred-islandsbreeze, sound of shore, singing birds, fresh air, magnificent sunrise and sunset view and other soothing experience.

If you’re considering doing the same, please consider in formations below.

  1. There’s No fresh water there for bathing or for cooking. Salt water is the only available resource for bathing which you have to pay between Php5-10 per use of comfort room. You may bring fresh water or mineral water from Lucap port (I used to say port instead of wharf for general term) before going to the islands. Each container (05 gallons) of water either fresh water or mineral water costs Php100.00. Should you wish to bring one please tell it to your bangkeros.
  2. Nipa rent is normally Php2, 500.00 which is most of the time excluded (or noted optional) from travel and tour quotes or hundred islands tour package.
  3. Pitching tent near the shore is allowed only around 5-6pm but must take it out at 6am per policy. There are areas especially at quezon island where you can pitch tent near the nipas but most of these areas are for two-three pax tent only but no rule to take it out at a certain time.
  4. Developed islands have huge pavilions with tables and chairs. You should eat here and leave your belongings unless you rented a nipa. Make sure though that your belongings are not left unattended because it’s an open area. Fees per table is PHp250.00 and normally excluded (or noted optional) from travel and tour quotes or packages.
  5. If guests wanted to stay in an undeveloped islands (no fees) bangkeros have to stay with them per policy and guests must provide food for them.
  6. Overnight fees is higher than day tour but most of the time providers makes it sure that there will be no issues with this matter.
  7. Should you wish to include tent or utensils just let your provider know. FYI – normally tent rental at hundred islands includes pillow, mat, bed sheet and 1 container water.

It’s your preference my friends in the end. Needless to say though whether you’ll stay overnight or not, you’d better come and see hundred islands. It’ll be an awesome adventure!

Our Nipa Hut At Quezon Island (Hundred Islands National Park)

Since we have our son with this site inspection, we decided to rent a nipa hut (Php2,500.00) instead of hundred islands tour package - lovekoanawangin.wordpress.com/hundred-islands-tour-package-for-a-minimum-of-4-paxpursuing our original plan of tenting. Plus it’s gloomy during that time and a bit rainy and we may jeopardize his health.

Our nipa hut has two rooms ( one with door and the other is an open area) and a balcony. It’s like a hanging nipa where you can see a pretty nice view facing the other island in which quezon island is connected with.

We had a great time staying here and spent most of our day taking pictures and snorkeling. Hundred islands is simply one of the best! Enjoy watching the video. Remember to comment and share! Thanks! Continue reading Our Nipa Hut At Quezon Island (Hundred Islands National Park)

Curious how big a young birds beak at hundred islands?

Watch out! Bawal magulat!

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Where To Snorkel At Hundred Islands?

Though you can do snorkeling in each developed islands (since these islands are rich with a variety of marine life). It is preferred to snorkel at the giant clam area or the main snorkeling area which is near at quezon island. This is actually one of our reason why we stayed at Quezon Island.

There’s a drop off at the said area. A raft made out of wood and bamboo and a lot of drums underneath supporting the raft to float. Hence it’s shaky making my wife almost vomit. You’ll love watching tons of fishes here with different color, sizes, etc. We really enjoyed snorkeling here as well at Quezon Island. Come visit hundred islands today!

Check out our short video preparing to snorkel.

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Discussing Migrant Birds At Hundred Islands

 

While we’re hopping from one island to another. We have noticed a vast variety of birds. Most of which are migrant birds which apparently permanently settling in each islands. These birds are protected by our government the same goes with its treasures under the sea

It’s really exciting visiting this National Park. Visit hundred islands Today!

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