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Hundred Islands National Park

Quezon Island

Area: 13, 667 sq. m. (est.2000 sq. m. of beach area)
Flora: molave, kalumpang, igyo, maladuhat
Birds to watch: : pied fantail, Phil. Coucal, black-naped monarch, sunbird, little tern

One of the well-developed and most frequented islands in the Park, it has facilities which include 2 dining pavilions, and grilling area, where you and your family can do the eating and the grilling ;cottages and nipa huts for relaxation and restrooms that assure comfort. Lie in the sand, take in the salty breeze and savor the delectable seafood and swim to your heart`s content.Don`t pass up the chance to snorkel or dive in the island`s azure waters and see its thriving coral and giant clam garden.

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Governors Island

Area: 74, 408 sq.m.(est.3000 sq. m. beach area)
Flora: molave type species, sablot, pamalaybayen, panalayapen, siar and molave, kalumpang, balete, kalumpit, kupang, malaikmo and other shrub species
Birds to watch: pied thriller, blue-naped monarch, black-naped monarch, yellow vented bulbul, shrikes, black-naped oriole, kingfisher, pied fantails

The island that captured Pinoy Big Brother`s eye, and turned its guest house into a unique PBB home which can accommodate 8 to 10 people, ideal for family and barkada relaxation, with bedrooms, restroom / bathroom, working kitchen, dining room and living room, furnished with colorful furnitures and linens, ceiling fans and other amenities. It`s also the largest island in the Park, boasting sweeping views of the Park from its view decks and has a small cave, which though has no notable stone formations, is home to bats and swiftlets. Its fine stretch of sand is ideal for sunbathing and its waters make an ideal spot for swimming, kayaking and snorkeling.

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Children`s Island

Area: 24, 053 sq. m (est.1, 500 sq. m. beach area)
Flora: kalumpang, molave, balete,bani, panalayapn, is-is, tapinag, malakalumpit, ligas,longaray, botong, other molave type shrub to small tree species
Birds to watch: noisy sunbird, Eurasian tree sparrow, pied fantail, white collared kingfisher, black-naped oriole and Phil.Coucal, little pied fly catcher

It`s an island famed for its features ideal for family get-togethers, especially with children. Its waters near the beach are shallow enough for little kids to practice their budding swimming skills.Adults will have to swim a little further to stretch their limbs. With wooden cottages (with beddings), floating picnic shed, restrooms, tent rentals, camping, cooking and dining areas and amenities like linens and lighting – it`s indeed an oasis for single, family and big group vacationers. Panoramic views also await you as you snake around the island’s walkways and rock ladders leading to higher ground.

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Lopez Island

Area: 7, 561 sq. m (est. 800 sq. m. beach area)
Flora: kalumpang, molave, climbing vines, talisai, maladuhat
Birds to watch: white collared kingfisher, pied fantail, yellow bellied whistler, pied bushcat, island collared dove

A sunbathing heaven with its white fine sand and sparsely covered limestone.Add to that the exhilarating atmosphere that welcomes both the daredevil and the fun guru in you. Indulge in adventure on or under the island`s surrounding water. You can immerse yourself to a relaxing snorkel or you can engage in a kayak challenge with friends. Then, camp late and enjoy a starry night, chatting or simply idling till the wee hours of the evening.

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Marcos Island

Area: 18, 916 sq. m. (est. 600 sq. m beach area)
Flora: kalumpang, molave, dapdap, igyo, maladuhat, bani, pandan are found at the lower periphery of the island
Birds to watch: white rumped swift, glossy starling, little pied flycatcher, long tailed shrikes

Near Quezon Island and anchored in front of Old Scout Island, is a one of a kind handiwork of nature, named after the former President Ferdinand Marcos. It has three mounds, a helipad and a dose of artfully sculpted mermaid statues. You can clamber the steep, jagged rock pathways around the island, leading to its many vantage points where a different, picturesque view of the shorelines and other islands greets your eye, uniquely captured by the sun at different hours. But the sweet dessert to your visit would be a walk at the 50 meter-trail that ends in a 70-feet drop leading to the cave named for the former President`s better half, Imelda.The single- chambered cave is about 18, 916 sq. m.,rising about 8 meters from the water surface and is a haven for edible-nest swiftlets and insectivorous bats.It`s also accessible by kayak or a daring swim, if one intends to approach its cove from below.

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Shell Island

Area: 5, 606 sq.m. (est. 1500 sq.m. beach area)
Flora: tindalong, sablot, is-is, anubrang, malaikmo, talisai, maladuhat,bantigi, pandan
Birds to watch: little tern, lesser frigate bird, white collared kingfisher, white rumped swift, grey heron

The island is broken in half so you can watch the azure waves crash gently; break into silver sprays and race towards the tide pool. Or turn your attention in studying the ingenious limestone rock formations that make up the island. Or, maybe, just watch the flight of birds as you hide away from the sun and take refuge from their shade. But don`t miss the chance to lose yourself in collecting shells hidden or lying either on the shore or silently glistening under the shallow waters. The area is also subjected to flooding during high tide hence the common sightings of small reef fishes.

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Devil`s Island

Once named Cagao Island and is now named after former President Macapagal, it is still often called by many locals as Devil`s island. It has a nice beach with a morning shade. But this seemingly simple and relaxing hideaway offers more than an undisturbed picnic and skinny-dipping time. Each diving spot in the Park is uniquely beautiful and interesting; with the gliding sea creatures and magnificent corals ready to greet you. But Devil`s Island by far doubles this stunning exquisiteness with its remarkable diving sites, a true haven,especially for those who want to explore some underwater magic.

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Sison Island

Area: 2nd largest, 58, 106 sq.m. (est. 800 sq.m. beach area)
Flora: kalumpang, malaikmo, maladuhat
Birds to watch: pied fantail, shrikes, glossy starling, white rumped swift, Phil. coucal, pied flycatcher, white collared kingfisher, grey egret, black naped monarch

Nature photographers or even one who just stuffs his/her travel photo albums, can quench the thirst for a picture quest with the visible coral reefs nearing the foreshore are, as well as awe-inspiring views from the island`s view areas. Thrill-seekers can choose their kind of fun – trekking, snorkeling or diving. And day or night, the swimming experience is simply amazing, with fine white sand to lie back on after a dip.

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Martha Island

Area: 29, 731.00 sq.m.

It looks like a tiny twin island from afar but as one draws near, a small strip of white sand beach connecting two different islands will eventually be seen. A long stretch of rock formations characterizes the real Martha Island while its sister is called Ramos Island. Tourists who want to stay away from the sun for a while can take refuge from the rock formations. And they can enjoy spending their leisure time, sunbathing, swimming etc., crossing to and fro the two islands.

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Century Island

Area: Area: 132, 429.00 sq. m.

Cave enthusiasts or freestyle hikers can venture its huge domed cave, which is a welcoming nesting place for bats and an underground haven of rock formations. It has no beachfront, giving it the mildly challenging potential as an exploration site for people who want to sample an educational and cultural adventure.

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Milagrosa Island

Area: 12, 384.48 sq. m.
Flora:kalumpang, maladuhat, igyo
Birds to watch: shrikes, white collared kingfisher, bulbul, swift

Located at the southernmost part of the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP), it has a cave that is accessible only during lowtide and the formation of stalactites and stalgamites are most defined and evident. Swim or kayak your way into the cave and indulge yourself in the cooling atmosphere that it exudes.

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Scout Island

Area: 9,747 sq.m. (with estimated 200 sq.m. beach area)
Flora: malaikmo, kalumpang, molave and ipil-ipil
Birds to watch: white collared kingfisher, pied fantail, pied thriller, black-naped oriole, shrikes, and bulbul

Situated just pass Marcos Island, on the southern part of the Park, guests can treat themselves to an extraordinary underwater experience, plunging in the island`s diving spot and slithering smoothly alongside marine wonders residing in the offshore reefs. After that, a lounger in the island`s fine-sanded beach should relax adventure-worn muscles.

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Old Scout Island

Area:6,516 sq. m.

Located near Quezon Island, its white sand beach is ideal for sunbathing. Not up for lounging and spreading suntain oil on your back? Bring on your diving gear and while away the hour beneath its azure waters or opt to kayak your way around it.

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Romulo Island

Area: 2, 964 sq.m. (with estimated 200 sq.m. beach area)
Flora: kalumpang, molave ,maladuhat, banaba, stunted umbrella tree, clumps of ngirad and pandan

Located near Braganza Island, its perfect for island-to-island activities. It has good white sand beach where one can take advantage of the sun and the breeze, with a little surprise at low tide. Its morning rock shade becomes a small cave once the tide drops. You can take a little dip or just simply stun your pals by striking model-like pose in the cave.

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Monkey Island

Area: 191, 233.87 sq.m.

So named because of the sightings of monkeys in the area.Located in the northern part of the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP), backing Century Island, it offers impressive sites for island adventure, kayaking and great spots for swimming, which more than makes up its lack of beachfront. And yes, a chance to capture a glimpse of the otherwise shy monkeys in the area.

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