Dipudo Island is located in Isabela, Northeastern Luzon.

 

Dipudo Island, Barangay Dipudo,

Isabela, Philippines / info@dipudoisland.ph

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BOAT TOURS
See the untouched coastline of Isabela in one of our 3 New Zealand-made aluminum adventure fishing boats. Stop by a cove and snorkel, or have a picnic lunch by the beach. Tours are customized for each guest.
FISHING
 

Our 3 New Zealand-made aluminum adventure fishing boats are fully equipped with all the rods, lures and equipment you would ever desire. Stay close to shore or venture to the deep with a packed lunch for large game fish including Marlin, Swordfish, Tuna, Snapper & Lapu-Lapu.

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SNORKELING
 
Immerse yourself in a variety of beautiful and colorful tropical fish in our house reef, just steps from your villa. A variety of masks and fins are provided.
SCUBA DIVING
 

With the areas surrouding Dipudo Island still unexplored, diving enthusiasts can venture to multiple dive sites offering a variety of wall dives, caves and caverns where an assortment of tropical fish, large turtles and lobsters call home. 

 

All pertinent dive gear is provided.

 

*Please note that all divers must be certified. Dive at your own risk.

BIRD WATCHING & TREKKING
 

Dipudo Island is situated in the Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park. The park is rich in habitat diversity with species endemic to the region such as the Northern Sierra Madre Forest monitor lizard- Varanus bitatawa, many orioles like the Philippine Oriole Oriolus steerii, Black-naped Oirole Oriolus chinesis, and the Isabela Oriole Oriolus isabellae as well as the Green-faced parrotfinch Erythrura viridifacies.

We work closely with the local branch of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to make sure that all flora and fauna are protected in our area. A sanctuary for all animals that pass through our island.

Guides from the local tourism office can be provided if you wish to trek through the park.

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