HOW TO GET THERE:
1. PRIVATE VEHICLE
It will be a 4 hour trip from Manila (via Camiling thru SCTEX); a 5 hr ride through Tarlac. Prepare with P300-P350 for Toll fees.
2. PUBLIC TRANSPO
You can ride the Victory Liner buses; they have regular trips to Baguio to Alaminos Straight, passing by the La Union province. If you’re from Baguio, it would take around 1 ½ hrs to reach Alaminos City.
WHAT TO SEE:
*Quezon Island – this is one of the main islands in Hundred Islands National Park, one of the most-developed. It has dining areas, nipa huts, tables & cottages. Rental fee for table is P200.00. There are also a lot of kayaks for rent here for P150.00. You can also see the giant clams here.
*Governor’s Island – the main attractions in this island are the Pinoy Big Brother House and the majestic top where you can have a 360 degrees view of the 123 islands.
my cousin enjoying the exhilirating view of the Hundred Islands
trekking the 123 steps. Be Careful! 🙂
I forgot her name though, but she was nice she even offered to take a pic of my family so I dont have to set up my tripod. Thanks Ate!
the Pinoy Big Brother House. You can rent this for P10,000/night.
*Marcos (Imelda Cave) – my most favorite island. The sand here is much more powdery white than the one in Quezon Island. The water is very clear too – a perfect spot for snorkeling for the whole family because even the shallow part, one can find a huge collection of marine diversity.
Aside from that, what also makes this island special for me is the Imelda Cave. A different experience indeed – one needs to walk up to the top of the island, go inside a cave where you can witness an unbelievable sight – very cool almost green clear water! No other way to go out of the cave but to dive into the cool water, whew!
the way to Imelda Cave…