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How the Hundred Islands become an Ecotourism site ?

Posted by on Nov 13th, 2009
Filed Under: Pangasinan, Questions


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.


Editor addon

Ryan: I think initially what I can tell you is that the Hundred Islands National Park does support ecotourism and environmental awareness. Long a victim of illegal fishing and government neglect, it has sprung back to life. To hasten the return of marine animals in the area, it was turned into a marine sanctuary and a site for breeding giant clams. There are wild ducks, species of bats in the area as well. For more information, you may contact the Alaminos City Tourism Office (I have links on my Hundred Islands article), you may check them. Hope that helps!

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