Traveling to Pangasinan soon? Get to know the latest and updated Pangasinan travel requirements, entry protocols and guidelines for tourists and visitors traveling to Pangasinan!

As of March 1, 2022, the Province of Pangasinan is under Alert Level 1 until March 15, 2022. Known for Hundred Islands National Park, many idyllic beaches, amazing waterfalls, and breathtaking sights, Pangasinan is open to tourists but only for individuals coming from areas under specific community quarantine levels, subject to travel requirements listed below.

Pangasinan Travel Requirements 2022

  • Register at the Tara Na! Website - at least one week ahead.
  • Bring a Valid ID.
  • Don't forget to pre-book your DOT-accredited accomodation and book guided tours to support the local economy. Check out my post 10 Best Things to Do in Pangasinan for more information.
  • For fully-vaccinated travelers, a COVID-19 domestic full vaccination card (completed after more than 2 weeks) shall serve as a sufficient alternative to any testing requirement of the destination LGU. However, unvaccinated tourists must present a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result upon arrival at destination LGU. Click here to know where to get Affordable RT-PCR and Rapid Antigen Tests.

ALSO READ: How to Get Vaccination Certificate in the Philippines via VaxCertPH?

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Search for Hotels and Beach Resorts in Pangasinan!

Check out the many hotels, resorts, and beach resorts in Pangasinan by using the search engine below. Just enter your destination, check-in and check-out dates, number of rooms and guests, and click/tap SEARCH. This will show you the updated room rates, availability, guest reviews and more photos.

If you're looking for a hotel in the heart of the city, check out the many hotels and resorts in Dagupan and Alaminos. For beach resorts, I recommend the towns of Bolinao, Dasol and Anda.

Pangasinan Guided Tours

To help you plan your trip to Pangasinan, you may check out the following blog posts:

  • 10 Best Things to Do in Pangasinan - I shared here some of the best things to do in Pangasinan, tourist spots and best places to visit. I also included here the towns and cities of Dagupan, Alaminos, Bolinao, Anda and Dasol.
  • Hundred Islands Travel Guide - For your trip to the famous Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos, Pangasinan, check out this article for how to get there, things to do, sample itinerary, and more!
  • More Pangasinan Blog Posts - Check out my other Pangasinan blog posts here!


Pangasinan Travel Requirements (December 2021)

  • S-PASS permits shall no longer be required to be presented at the border checkpoints. The LGU of destination may, however, impose reasonable restrictions upon travelers originating from areas of higher quarantine classifications.
  • Presentation of valid IDs shall be required at the border checkpoints. Those coming from areas under Granular Lockdown, Alert Level 5, ECQ, and MECQ shall be prevented from entry to Pangasinan except for APORs carrying valid authority to travel and/or travel order.
  • Travelers may still be required to undergo health and exposure screening at the border checkpoints.
  • Should any testing be required by the destination LGU, a valid Covid-19 vaccination card shall serve as sufficient alternative.
  • All tourists are still encouraged to register with Pangasinan Tara Na at https://pangasinan.tarana.ph.

Pangasinan Travel Requirements as of November 1, 2021

Non-APORS and tourists coming from areas under GCQ, MGCQ, and Alert Levels 1,2 and 3 may be allowed interzonal travel to Pangasinan. Here are the travel requirements you need to secure before traveling to Pangasinan.

Who are not allowed to enter Pangasinan?

  • Tourists coming from areas under the following quarantine classifications shall not be allowed into the borders of Pangasinan: Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ), Granular lockdown, Alert Level 5, and Alert Level 4 for persons below eighteen (18) years of age and those belonging to the vulnerable population, namely, those who are over sixty-five (65) years of age, those with immunodeficiencies, comorbidities, and other health risks, and pregnant women.


  • Component LGUs may prohibit the interzonal travel of those from Alert Level 2-3 that are below eighteen (18) years of age, and belonging to the vulnerable population, namely, those who are over sixty-five (65) years of age, those with immunodeficiencies, comorbidities, or other health risks, and pregnant women. BUT, fully vaccinated individuals from Alert Level 2-3 that belong to the vulnerable population and those below eighteen (18) years of age shall be allowed to participate in specialized markets of the Department of Tourism (DOT) such as Point-to-Point travel subject to the reasonable regulations of the LGU of destination, and Staycations.
  • Tourists from provinces under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) and Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ), and from places under Alert Level 1, meanwhile, shall be allowed to enter Pangasinan for leisure purposes.
  • Tourist travel must be point-to-point, i.e., pit stops and stopovers for eating and personal necessities are allowed, but no side trips to other destinations shall be permitted.
  • Outdoor tourist attractions are allowed at thirty percent (30%) venue capacity with strict adherence to minimum public health standards. Indoor tourist attractions shall not be allowed to operate.
  • LGU of destination may require additional regulations such as those based age and comorbidities. Please contact the local government unit to confirm or verify the requirements.
  • Travel requirements may change from time to time without prior notice. Please coordinate with the local government unit of your destination for the latest updates, especially for popular Pangasinan tourist destinations such as Alaminos (where Hundred Islands is located), Dagupan City, Manaoag, Bolinao, Anda and Dasol.

SOURCES: Department of Tourism Philippines, See Pangasinan, and Province of Pangasinan (Official).


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  1. Hello, if day travel lang to manaog bawal pa rin ba ang bata isama? full vacz parents but have 11 yr old child.

  2. Hello po, ilan po pwedeng laman ng sasakyan kapag pupunta ng manaoag?

  3. I am 65 yrs old, fully vaccinated.
    Ano po Ang kailangan pa, para maka attend Ng mass sa Manaoag
    Plano Namin sa Nov 29.
    2 lng Kami,with private car.
    Thank you..

  4. Hello pwede po b isama 10 tr old na bata to hundred island

  5. Hi gud day just want to ask if can travel now to panggasinan without anti gen test or what are the latest requirement to travel thank you

  6. Gud day po tanong kolang po kung vaccine card nlang po kailangan TAs 1 valid I'd tapos po may kasamang 3 years old na bata.


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