You can take a hike, there are marked trails on the island.
Keep an eye open for birds in the trees and in the sky.
You may see sea-eagles, hornbills, flycatchers, and sunbirds .
You will probably see some long-tailed macaques.
Hang out at the natural pool. There are pool chairs and umbrellas with a great ocean view.
No chlorine in this pool. It is ocean water. The pool has screen wire around it to keep out the big fish. I have never seen a pool quite like it. Great idea.
The resort owners are serious about protecting the coral and marine life in this area. You can visit the Marine Ecology Research Centre on the island.
It is very interesting.
No fishing of any type are allowed at Gayana Eco Resort where the fishes are fed twice daily .
You can go down to the office pier and watch them or they might even let you help.
There are several kayaks available on the island for the guests to use.
Paddle around the island or over to Pulau Sapi which is nearby.
There you will find a pretty beach and nature trails.