Carnaza Island is a 173.5-hectare (429-section of land) turtle-formed island found north of Malapascua Island which itself is north of territory Cebu in the Philippines. Carnaza is then the northernmost seaward piece of Daanbantayan. The island is verged on all sides by the Visayan Sea.
Carnaza Island. Amazing place in Cebu
The island's geography incorporates waterfront fields, mangrove marshes, tidal ponds and semi-adjusted slopes. Its waterfront plain comprises about 9.7% while semi-adjusted slopes establish the greatest part of the island covering about 14.4% of the all out region. The mangrove backwoods has a zone of about 10.1 hectares or 5.8% of the island. The most elevated point was estimated at 55 meters (180 feet) above ocean level.
Inside the little island are the sitios of Candionesio, Carnaza, Daanbaryo, Linao, Liog‑liog and Pantao.