Snorkeling - Slip your body
into the Park’s inviting water and swim your stress
away. Glide with manta rays, groupers and other fabulous sea
creatures. The romantic temperature is best for couple bonding.
And you can also have fun tagging the kids along for a visual
Island Hopping - Grab a
slice of island action. Let off some steam as you cross islands
dangling from secure ropes, trudging the rugged terrain or
just relaxing as your boat glides over water. Embrace the
adventure and the thrill and lose yourself in each fresh revelation
Spelunking - Wend your way
into the raw beauty of the Hundred Islands National Park’s
caves. You can take a floating tour, then, shine your flashlights
on limestone formations and watch your head as you lumber
inside and greet various species of bats.
Fun Fishing - Folks can
help you out on the best spots to drop anchor in the Park.
Enjoy the challenge and have fun reeling in native fishes.
Even if you won`t have any luck, you can always enjoy a swim
with the refreshing breeze or just be captivated by the stunning
Parasailing - Be on top
of the world, with wind on your face, untouched by the water
below and thrill seeping through your veins. You can peer
down and feel the rush on your face, as well as marvel at
the gorgeous bird’s eye view of the Park.
Sun Bathing - Relish unfettered
relaxation and get your perfect tan as you soak up the sun
in the Park’s firm sanded beaches. Leave the baby sitting
to the shallow waters, sandcastles and friendly folks for
a while and enjoy their memorable stories later.
Jet Skiing - If it’s
fresh air you’re after, get it fast and exhilarating.
You can rent one of the jet skis near the Wharf and take charge
as you dash through the azure calmness of the sea. Revel in
your free spirit as you sweep through the water.
Kayaking - Stretch your
adrenaline a little higher. Dip an oar and enhance your kayaking
strokes as you paddle away the hours in the Park’s graceful
curves. You can go it alone or conduct a small competition
with friends who want some thrill.
Diving - Grab some gear
and navigate your way, either with a personal guide or a handy
map, to the diving holes in the Park. Take the plunge in these
marine havens and find your own piece of magical corner beneath
the depths, gliding over colorful reefs and other marine wonders
which call it home.
Banana Boat Ride - This
is pure fun all the way. Hold on tight as you dash away in
this yummy ride. It’s the ultimate bonding water ride
for the family and barkada. And what’s more, you can
do it again and again.
Bird Watching - Feast your
eyes on more than fifty species of birds in the Hundred Islands
National Park. Get to know magpie robins, Philippine ducks,
blue-tailed bee eaters, purple night herons, zebra doves,
white collared kingfishers, and more. Among the best islands
for this activity is the Kamantiles Island, Heron island,
Tern island and Bat island. For hikers, you can follow the
Alaminos river for more birdwatching.