Danjugan is not only a place to visit. It is a marine reserve and wildlife sanctuary, an ecotourism destination aimed towards conservation, environmental education, sustainable livelihood, science and research.
Danjugan is open to visitors who wish to get away from it all and experience a pure, back-to-basics, adventure. There are numerous trails around the island crossing its lagoons, bat caves, watchtower (which gives a 360 degree view of the island), birdwatching viewdeck, beaches, and more! Experience trekking into its limestone and mangrove forests, and appreciate close encounters with wildlife. With about 73 species of birds in such a small island, Danjugan is a haven for birdwatchers and bird photographers. The island is a sanctuary for a nesting pair of white-breasted sea eagles, the rare Tabon scrubfowl, and colorful kingfishers and pigeons, to name a few.
You can also kayak in the island’s five lagoons and snorkel through the pristine coral reefs teeming with marine life. There is something for everyone in Danjugan!