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My wife Sheila and I lived in Alaminos City about 10 minutes drive to Lucap. The market is cheap the things to do plenty and going to Hundred Islands on the weekends was great. We are now building a house on my late father in...More
My colleagues and I decided to spent our Department outing in Hundred Island, none of us knows how to arranged the whole thing so we just surf the internet for our itinerary. We thought that what we have learned from the net was enough to...More
The island is very nice and i hope tourist and visitors will be able to keep the island clean and the marine diversity will not be destroy.Fun and excitement in the island is undeniable and it's a great experienced.
It's my second time to visit the hundred islands after 12 years and I must admit that it still has it's magic. I love how the tourism made it work for every boatman to earn a living and the boat rentals are really reasonable. They...More
Place is beautiful just good for sight seeing though. beaches are too small. I thought it will be good for 2 days but 1 day will be enough . sea foods are cheap and i suggest to bring your own food and just grill in...More
Well, the town proper is near the beach. If you are not a fan of camping, there are nearby rooms and inns you can check-in. For a hotel, you mean 3star or 5star? I am not sure. But there are decent rooms there for sure. Not... More
Well, the town proper is near the beach. If you are not a fan of camping, there are nearby rooms and inns you can check-in. For a hotel, you mean 3star or 5star? I am not sure. But there are decent rooms there for sure. Not in the islands though. You have to camp.
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"We stayed on a Gazebo or an open cottage, best to bring your own tent which can be pitch after 6 pm."