Where is Dipudo Island?
Dipudo Island is located on the coast of Divilacan in north eastern Luzon. Situated 200 meters from the mainland, it is possible to walk across at low tide or kayak at high tide.
How long does it take to get to Dipudo Island?
If flying directly from Manila, a private charter takes 1 hour to Maconacon. If arriving from Cauayan or Tuguegarao, the flight is 20 minutes, The speed boat then takes 15 minutes to reach the island.
Is it easy to get there?
Yes! You can get a direct flight from Bulacan (Manila), Cauayan or Tuguegarao. See our ‘how to get here’ section in the About Menu for airline details and contact us if you need further assistance.
Are there any local shops?
We stock a small range of items on the island such as sunscreen, personal grooming and sanitary supplies. Divilacan town is 15 minutes away and has several sari sari stores with a larger selection of items.
Do you have a restaurant?
Yes. We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast is Á la carte. Lunch & Three Course Dinner menus change daily, with a selection of two choices per course. We will request your preferences prior to arrival to ensure we serve you spectacular meals you will love. A snack menu is also available all day.
Can I bring my own food?
No. All food must be purchased from the restaurant.
Can I bring alcohol?
The only alcohol permitted to be brought to the island are premium wines and champagnes that are not available for purchase in our bar. Corkage will be charged accordingly.
What do I need to bring?
A towel, sunscreen, sun glasses, hat, flip flops or footwear for island walks and a camera to capture your experience. Money to buy drinks & meals. Certification card if you are a certified diver!
Can I pay by Credit Card
No. There are no ATM’s or credit card facilities in Divilacan. Your payment must be settled in cash.
Do you provide snorkel equipment?
We provide high quality masks, snorkel and fins.
Can I still snorkel if I don’t know how to swim?
Regardless of swimming ability we recommend guests to swim in buddy pairs. However if you are not a confident swimmer, life vests, pool noodles and wetsuits are available to assist in flotation.
Can I touch the reef, coral or wildlife?
Under no circumstances must we touch the coral, wildlife or any other naturally occurring part of the reef. This protects the reef for the enjoyment of today’s and future generations as well as protecting yourself from potential infection or damage from the coral and wildlife.
Can I dive at Dipudo Island
We supply diving gear for RENT. We have tanks, wetsuits, fins, booties, masks & BCD’s. Dipudo Island is not registered with PADI or any other organization and certification must be produced in order to rent dive gear.