Alaminos City, Home of the Hundred Islands is accessible by land travel via a 5-hour from Ninoy Aquino International Airport, in Manila and a 3-hour trip from the International airport of Clark in Pampanga.
FROM MANILA: The most convenient route is through North Luzon Express Way (NLEX)- Subic Clark Tarlac Express Way (SCTEX), exiting Luisita, Tarlac and taking the Camiling route. From Camiling you will pass by the towns of San Clemente (Tarlac), Mangatarem, Aguilar, Bugallon, Labrador and Sual (Pangasinan) and finally Alaminos City.
In the absence of own vehicle, there are several bus lines en route to Alaminos City.
Five Star Bus Inc (Pasay, Cubao and Trinoma Terminal)
Victory Liner (Cubao Terminal)
Dagupan Bus, Inc. (Cubao Terminal)
Philippine Rabbit (Avenida Terminal)
FROM CLARK: From Clark International Aiport (DMIA), you may take a jeepney going to Dau Central Bus Terminal and choose a bus en route to Alaminos City. But if using a private vehicle, take SCTEX and exit Lusita, Tarlac.
FROM BAGUIO CITY: From Baguio City, travel time is about 3 hours, you may take PUV such as vans or buses (e.g. Victory Liner, MhelBhen Transport).
FROM MANAOAG: From Manaoag, you can take PUV vans going to Dagupan City in just 30 minutes. From Dagupan City take another PUV bound for Alaminos City. If driving your own car, take the route to San Jacinto, all the way to Mangaldan and Dagupan City
FROM DAGUPAN CITY: From Dagupan City, travel time is about 1.5 hours, you may take PUVs such as vans or buses (e.g. Victory Liner, MhelBhen Transport). Bus lines & PUVs have trips to Alaminos City at least very half an hour.
From the City Proper, you can directly head through Don Gonzalo Montemayor Wharf, Brgy.Lucap either by your own vehicle or riding a tricycle, and look for the City Tourism Office - Welcome Center to assist you in getting the best outriggers to transport you to the Hundred Islands National Park and avail of water sports facilities and other amenities in the islands.
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