Question Angie: i would just like to ask how did the Hundred Islands became an ecotourism site? And the basis for it’s creation as a key ecotourism site. i hope you can answer my questions. it would be a great help to me. thank you. Answer Ryan: I think initially what I can tell you […]
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The Hundred Islands National Park collectively comprises these 123 limestone islands most of which are clad in lush vegetation, secret coves, strips of white sandy beaches and sand bars as well as giant clams snorkeling areas amidst largely tranquil waters with gorgeous views of the South China Sea – another 123 reasons to discover the Philippines.
From its meandering coastlines dotted with cream-colored to white sand beaches and protected marine parks and stunning geological formations, secluded waterfalls, centuries-old churches, Pangasinan challenges the traveler to get off the beaten path and explore its many treasures.