Jan 18-19, 2014: Hundred Islands Tour

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Dear guests, our first offering for 2014 Scheduled Group Tours is the January 18-19 Hundred Islands and Bolinao Camping Trip.

The Hundred Islands National Park is composed of 124 big and tiny islands laid over the sprawling, historic, 18-square kilometers Lingayen Gulf. During low tide, these patches of greens and limestone are visibly seen, some of which have pockets of powdery sand that entice beach lovers to play around.

Then on the westernmost corner of the gulf is the municipality of Bolinao which boasts of kilometer-long white beach, a Spanish Colonial era church, and an American-built lighthouse are among its attractions. Book today and enjoy backpacking at its best by our professional guided tours.

Summary Destinations:
Children’s Island
Governor’s Island
Marcos Island / Cave
Quezon Island
Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
Enchanted Cave
Patar Beach
St. James Church

Inclusions:
Round-trip Manila-Pangasinan-Manila transportation via private/chartered van/s
Tent accommodation (twin or triple-sharing)
Picnic meals: Day 1: lunch, dinner; Day 2: breakfast, lunch
Chartered boat/s
Use of cottages
Services of tour coordinator and local guides
Entrance and registration fees
Camping fee
Travel insurance
Souvenir event shirt

Not Included:
Day 1 breakfast
Day 2 dinner
Rental to snorkeling equipment
Water activities such as kayak, jetski, etc.

Group Rate: P4,000/head (Exclusive group starts at min. six (6) backpackers)
Note: Payment is non refundable but transferable.

Terms of Payment:
• 100%  Payment upon within seven days of reservation; Cancelled after that
• 
90% Refundable 30 days (or more) prior date of travel
• 
50% Refundable 15 days prior date of travel
• 
Non-Refundable 14 days prior date of travel

Payment Method:
BPI
Branch: Serendra-Fort
Account Name: Kristoffer Atienza
Account Number: 0829 035 871
Account Type: Savings

BDO
Branch: Libertad-Mandaluyong
Account Name: Kristoffer Atienza
Account Number: 693 800 00 93
Account Type: Current

 

Things to bring:
Personal toiletries
Digital cameras (point and shoot or DSLR)
Extra batteries and memory cards
Camera accessories
Rashguard
Aqua shoes
Sunblock / sunscreen lotion
Dry bag
Shawl / malong
Sweatshirt / jacket / windbreaker
Trekking/hiking shoes/sandals
Sunglasses
Arm sleeves
Cap / sunvisor / hat
Bug repellant
Sleeping bag

Photo Credits:
asianjournal.com
trekearth.com
lumanog-photos.blogspot.com
teachermiatravels.wordpress.com

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