AN ISLAND OF INDULGENCE AND ADVENTURE
Have you ever heard of the news that Palawan has won for second straight year as the Best Island in the World? If haven’t read it yet, check it here.
Now, here’s another tourist spot idyllic hideaway for honeymooners, vacationing couples and small groups to engage in scuba diving, snorkeling, island hopping, or to simply pamper and immerse yourselves in the natural beauty of Palawan.
“Welcome to one of Southeast Asia’s last frontiers – the exotic, exciting tropical paradise of Palawan in the Philippines. Consisting of more than 1,000 islands strung out in a chain between the China and Sulu Seas, Palawan is a showcase of unspoiled natural beauty and some of the best beaches on earth. A tiny pendant on this magnificent chain is an island called Huma, a premium luxury hideaway that offers the discerning traveler a personalized experience of exploration and discovery.
Huma Island Resort & Spa is an unparalleled holiday destination for those seeking adventure, romance and a blissful escape from the ordinary. Built on an enclave blessed with abundant marine life, startling white beaches and a lush rainforest landscape, this private island resort boasts of 81 contemporary over-water and beach villas, over-water spa complex, and villa hosts services to attend to every guests’ needs. Huma Island Resort and Spa has an outstanding range of restaurants, bars and leisure facilities. It is an idyllic hideaway for honeymooners, vacationing couples and small groups to engage in scuba diving, snorkeling, island hopping, or to simply pamper and immerse themselves in the natural beauty of Palawan.”
HOW TO GET THERE
1. Private Sea Plane – Arrive in style, fly directly from Manila Bay to Huma Island Resort and Spa for approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
2. Commercial Flights – Just an hour away from Manila by air, Busuanga, Palawan is accessible daily via Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific flights from Manila. From Busuanga Airport guests need to travel 1.5 hours by land to Sagrada port followed by a 30-minute boat ride to the resort.