Paradise Island goes on sale in the Philippines
AN island hideaway has gone on sale in the Philippines.
Maosonon Island – which has no inhabitants – is on the market for a cool £2.9million (₱ 200 million Philippine Pesos).
The buyer will be the only person living there, and will have sole access to the 112acres of unspoilt land.
It features beautiful white sand beaches, palm trees and the promise of blue skies and warm weather all year round.
The buyer will also own also a SECOND smaller triangular island jutting off into the sea.
The main island features private natural harbors, rolling hills, hidden rocky coves and elevated woods.
Scuba-dive or swim in the stunning coral waters that surround it.
Maosonon is part of a protected area in the Philippines known as El Nido. It is one of the world's most stunning seascapes and measures are in place to protect the rich diversity of flora and fauna.
But despite there being no buildings on Maosonon island, the sellers claim there are opportunities for business ventures for the buyer - presumably in the tourist market.