Scattered in the Lingayen Gulf of Pangasinan, some 123 to 124 Islands is the famous Hundred Islands National Park. I would say famous because I had first known about this National Park from my Grade School books as one of those Geological treasures turned into a Tourist attraction for everyone to enjoy. Lucap Wharf off the coast of Alaminos City is the jump off point, some 240 km North of Manila. The islands are dusty piles of Ancient Corals of an exposed Seabed, with peculiar mushroom-like shape due to erosion. There are only a number of Islands open for visiting Tourist mainly the Governor's Island, Marcos Island and the Children's Island. The park is also a location for the conservation of Giant Clams and its Terrestrial wildlife among the islands.
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