Zipline, Rock Climbing & Rappelling in Hundred Islands

To further boost the tourist arrivals in the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP), Alaminos City Mayor Arthur Celeste opened Zipline, Rock Climbing and Rapelling Adventures in addition to the existing water sports activities being offered at the HINP like helmet diving, snorkeling, diving, parasailingand kayaking.


Fly from one island to another on an exhilarating high wire adventure. Feel free as a bird with high quality safety systems and expert supervision.

The ZIPLINES here in Hundred Islands National Park are the only ZipLines that passes through the sea. The First Zipline is about 120-meter long and located in the Quezon Island beachfront. It was blessed and Launched on June 7, 2014.

The second Zipline is 546-meter long connecting the Governor’s Island and the Virgin Island. This Zipline is more exciting and thrilling compared to the HINP’s first 120-meter zipline at the Quezon Island. Any one riding on the zip must first climb a 250-step stair leading to the view deck of the Governor’s Island where they can see the whole one hundred plus islands.

  • Zipline Rates:

  • Zipline in Quezon Islands (120m) – Php 100.00 / Jump
    Zipline in Governor’s Island (546m) – Php 250.00 – Php 350.00 / Jump
    *depending on your choice how to get back to the Governor’s Island (boat ride, kayak o wake-boarding).


    Experience the thrill of wall climbing and rappelling adventures in Quezon Island. You will gear up with rock climbing shoes, helmet and harness for safety measures and then you’re off to enjoy the incredible adventure!
    Your wall climbing experience in Quezon Island ending in an amazing view of Hundred Islands and beautiful seascapes. This adventure is perfect for those looking for a first climbing experience, or for experienced climbers.

    Wall Climbing and Rappelling Adventures Rates:
    – Wall Climbing – Php 50.00 / Pax
    – Rappelling – Php 50.00 / Pax
    – Zipline, Wall Climbing and Rappelling Adventures Package – Php 175.00 / Pax

    Photo credits: Alaminos City Tourism (FB Page Official)

  • City Information and Tourism Satellite Office
  • 0905-430-0230
  • PNP Alaminos City
  • 0916-562-3027
  • BFP Alaminos City
  • 0919-330-4090
  • Alaminos Action Center
  • 0947-551-1420
  • Poso Amaninos City
  • 0918-345-2681

    *Emergency, Lost, Need more information on how to get to Hundred Islands national Park.
    Pls. Feel Free to Reach these updated Contact Numbers.

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