Dipudo Island is situated in the undeveloped and isolated area of North Eastern Luzon, Isabela, Philippines. The resort was built in 2017 on 36 hectares with 1 kilometer of sandy beach front. We are wholly private and the only resort on the island.
Our tropical oasis is surrounded by kilometers of reef abundant with sea life, with a vibrant reef to snorkel straight from our shore. Diving enthusiasts can explore multiple dive sites offering a variety of wall dives, caves and caverns where an assortment of tropical fish, large turtles and lobsters call home.
The locals call the area the Boracay of the north for its white sandy beaches. Currently an unspoiled and well kept secret, you are lucky to experience the all natural surrounds before further development in the surrounding area takes place.
Dipudo Island adopts an off-the-grid renewable energy system, independent from the nation's electrical grid. Electrical power is generated by a hybrid system of 9.6KW solar power and 9KW wind power from 32 solar panels and 3 wind turbines.
All excess energy is stored, so rain or shine, we'll have power!
On Dipudo Island, we aim to support the community and economy by employing local and indigenous people. Through engaging community members in training programs that will equip them with lifelong skills.
HOW TO GET HERE
Take a commercial flight from Manila to Tuguegarao Airport or Cauayan Airport, then take a connecting flight to Maconacon.
We will greet you at Maconacon airport, then a 20 minute boat ride to reach the island. Alternatively you may charter a helicopter with Philjets that will bring you directly to the island.