Aguirangan Island, also known as Rose Islet, is a small paradise along the Lagonoy Gulf in Camarines Sur. The length of the entire island is about a hectare and a half. It is edged by ivory sand coast on the side facing Presentacion and Lagonoy while the other side is framed by magnificent rock platforms. The surrounding 360-degree view from the Rose Islet as some calls it, is wonderful excess. Mount Mayon from the western side can be seen in its full cone shape on a clear day. On the northern part is the imposing Mount Isarog gently capped by clouds. The Lagonoy mountain ranges on the eastern side stretches down south until it fades out from your sight. The coral formation surrounding the island stretches about a kilometer on the northern side. Submarine canyons, deep vertical walls and other unique formations make this 1.5 hectare island a paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers. Camp on the beach or stay first class at Aguirangan View Hotel just across the island. Also, explore Adiangao Caves and savor the invigorating waters of Kinahulogan falls. Aguirangan is a small island with very little facilities; There is no electricity, no source of fresh water and no existing resort. There are several nipa huts or open-air cottages that are available for rent. If you’re planning for an overnight stay, then you should bring your own tent. To get to Aguirangan Island, you must go to Sabang Port in Naga City and then take a boat, which takes up to an hour by boat to reach the island.