Hundred Islands National Park
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One of the best places Pangasinese's must be proud of is the Hundred Islands, located in Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan. The islands are truly remarkable for it offers not just a simple island tour to both local and international tourist but a lot of water activities you cannot just do in a resort. One of those is Cliff-diving - where you have to trek a little to get to the top of the cliff inside the cave and jump. I just loved the adrenaline-rush and the splash of the cave -water along with the noises from the cave bats visible on the cave ceiling. This cave is located in Marcos Island.
If you love the beauty you see on the surface, you'll love more the beautiful scenery under the sea. I get to see the giant clams and how big and beautiful each one in its own territory. Giants Clams watching was sooo much fun i forgot i am swimming farther from the boat.
Bahay Kubo's are located in Children's Island where one can stay overnight. Those who plan to spend the night here must be ready for a repellent lotion because bedrooms were only screens and electric lights are not available. Dining, cooking as well as toilet and bath are for common use.
And the 3rd developed island is Governor's Island where you will find "Bahay ni Kuya" (Big Brother House).
At mainland (Brgy. Lucap), you get to take a picture of you with the famous Lucap Lighthouse as your background or sprawled down with the Hundred Islands sign at the entrance of the park. You may also buy pasalubong in the market and even ask the "tindero and tindera" to customize your orders. The main buildings in Lucap Park provided a conference room, business/information center and accomodation facilities.