Aguataya island, and small Oco island in the forefront
Map of Palawan with Agutaya highlighted
|Region||MIMAROPA (Region IV-B)|
|Congr. district||1st district|
|• Total||37.31 km2 (14.41 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||270 m (890 ft)|
|• Density||320/km2 (830/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
Agutaya is a fifth class island municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 11,906 people. It is the eastern part of the Cuyo Archipelago in the Sulu Sea, and the municipality covers several islands, including its namesake Agutaya Island, which is the second largest island of the Cuyo archipelago, as well as Diit, Halog, Maracanao, Matarawis (also spelled Matarabis), Oco, and Quiniluban islands.
- Abagat (Pob.)
- Bangcal (Pob.)
- Cambian (Pob.)
|Population census of Agutaya|
|Source: National Statistics Office|
Agutaya Island is the second largest of the Cuyo group with an area of about 4.5 square miles (12 km2). The northeastern part is hilly. Four peaks tower over the island. The middle and highest of the four peaks, 885 feet (270 m) high, is covered with cogon, the others being wooded. 
Native sailboats used to be unable to sail to and from the nearby island of Cuyo (only 20 miles away), due to the strength of the monsoon, either the Northwest monsoon in wintertime, or the Southwest monsoon in summer.
Agutaya is home to a specific language, called the Agutaynen language, spoken by 10,000 people overall. Today, half of its speakers live in Agutaya, while the rest live in other communities of Palawan.
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) lists Agutaya as inactive.
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- Philippine Standard Geographic Code
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- Local Governance Performance Management System
||Culion / Sulu Sea||Magsaysay, Occidental Mindoro
|Linapacan / Sulu Sea
Taytay / Sulu Sea
|Araceli / Sulu Sea||Sulu Sea
Cuyo / Magsaysay