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Serenity assured at Private Lake Private Lake, Philippines

You don’t have to crash into the ocean à la Tom Hanks’s Chuck Noland to wash up on a deserted island. Docastaway sends travellers seeking the survival experience to deserted islands around the world.

Get a taste of isolation at the Private Lake in the Philippines. Be prepared to shed creature comforts though, because there’s no mobile signal, hot showers or electricity. The perks, however, are plentiful. When you’re not canoeing through pristine water, snorkelling among coral or fishing for your dinner, kick back in the spacious open-air cabana that juts out over the shallows.

Plus, you’ll have the entire island to yourself. Well, almost. Your 24-hour guide will hang out at the lake’s entrance with a walkie-talkie in case you realise the Survivor shtick isn’t for you. BYO Wilson.

  • Barbeque
  • Basic shower
    • Kayak / canoes

From USD $95 per night.

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