If you are looking for the ultimate tropical paradise, set your sights on Cabugao islands. Cabugao Islands is made up of two islands called Cabugao Gamay (small Cabugao) and Cabugao Daku (big Cabugao).
It is part of a group of islands called Isla de Higantes in Carles, Iloilo. Immerse yourself in an oasis of natural tranquility.
Both Cabugao Islands boasts of white sand beaches without all the crowds, the perfect spot to relax, slow down and get into the groove of the real tropical paradise. Sprawl by the warm turquoise waters on Cabugao Gamay while enjoy an underground adventure in Cabugao Daku.
Cabugao (locally known as Cabugao Gamay and sometimes called Cabugao Daku or Cabugao Islet) is a small, uninhabited island in northeastern Iloilo, Philippines. It is one of fourteen islands politically administered by the municipality of Carles. Along with Bantigui Island and Antonia Island, it is one of three minor southern islets in the Islas de Gigantes archipelago.
Cabugao is a small island northeast of the Panay Island coast in the Visayan Sea. It is 0.5 kilometres (0.31 mi) south of Gigantes Sur and is part of the Islas de Gigantes island group. Cabugao is a widely photographed island in Isla de Gigantes and is often part of island-hopping tours of the archipelago. It features two white sand beaches that forms like a sandbar connecting two islets.
Article Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabugao_Island, http://www.iloilo.gov.ph/tourism/cabugao-islands/