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List of Accommodations in Hundred Islands

List of Accommodations in Hundred Islands

Where to stay in Hundred Islands? Finding accommodations when you’re going for a whole day island hopping at Hundred Islands isn’t hard, except probably during peak seasons. At the Lucap Wharf, which is the jump off point to the Hundred Islands National Park, you’ll be able to find may hotels and resorts aligned next to each other along the way. Here are a few accommodations you can contact for your next visit: Vista De Las Islas The most modern looking and biggest hotel or resort along Lucap Wharf. Rates range from P2000 – P3000 depending on season and room type. Vistas de las Islas has deluxe rooms, standard rooms, family rooms, a swimming pool, function halls, souvenir shops and convenience stores, music and billiard hall, playground for children, view deck, 24 hour securities and water sports facilities. (02)431-4008; (075)551-4455 http://www.vistadelasislas.com Maxine by the Sea         This hotel has a nice restaurant and is directly located above the waters. They have free wi-fi, parking lot and affordable rooms. They have air conditioned rooms. A room with 1 double bed and a single bed costs P1100. (075) 551 2537 09216428551 Maxine@maxinebythesea.com www.maxinebythesea.com   The Hundred Islands Resort Hotel   The hotel has 20 aircon rooms, cable TV, hot and cold showers, restaurant, café and conference hall. (075) 551-5754 and

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Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos

Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos

As a big fan of the country’s islands, I’m slowly counting down the famous islands the country has. I’ve been to El Nido (well, still incomplete), Boracay, Quezon and also on my list was Hundred Islands and Bolinao. I haven’t made plans to go to Pangasinan yet, but good thing because we have close family friends there, we were engaged to go there during Holy Week in my dad’s second shot at a roadtrip. We left Cainta at 5am and even if we had no convoy like we did in Lucban, we were able to reach Alaminos at around 11am with two stopovers. We had lunch in Nepo Mall at Cindy’s where we met with Kuya Chris Catallo, his newly wedded wife, Ate Tin and his parents. They were going to join us in our Hundred Islands tour. Before we left, my sister, who has been to Hundred Islands had already arranged a boat for P1500, maximum of 15 pax. There were only 8 of us, but that was okay. Sad though, because we didn’t know Lolo Jesse (Kuya Chris’ father) had brothers who had boats. Anyway, we left for our Hundred Islands tour at Lucap Wharf around noon. It wasn’t my ideal time for island hopping, but who cares. It wasn’t a very sunny day anyway. The wharf was

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