About the Camarines Norte Island 11.8h
This 118-hectare fully titled island in Camarines Norte is a small haven surrounded by mangrove forests where you can find two kinds of shores: the white sand shore and rocky shore. Visitors are welcomed to plant mangrove seedlings or do a 15-20 minute hike up a hill to get an exceptional view of the sunset. The island is also ideal for outdoor rock climbing and houses an unexplored underwater cave that can only be seen during low tide. This island is uninhabited except for a caretaker.
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