The place for island hopping is here! Hundred Islands National Park surely was a wonderful experience for us white sand beaches lovers. A few minutes ride from the main land and you will see the inviting islands with white sand and crystal clear water! Explore Hundred Islands and hop from one island to another.
There is a boat wherein you can rent that was managed by Department of Tourism and they will take you to the different islands. You can also climb on the top of a hill for a great view of the islands.
It is more than two hundred kilometers away from downtown Manila. According to the local boatman, there are 124 islands at low tide and 123 islands at high tide. Ninety percent are locals, and foreign tourists seem to know it very rarely. There is nothing to eat on the island, it is best to bring enough dry food and water. If you don't get seasick, it's worth coming from Manila.
Fascinating tropical island scenery, quieter and less noisy, mostly locals, although a bit bumpy on the way back and forth, it is worth it
A natural park near Manila. Many locals go to it. You can go by car from Manila, but it takes a long time to go snorkeling and sunbathing on the beach. If you have time, you can come and experience it.