Luxurious paradise in Palawan – Huma Island
Want to take a break from the crowded cities and places to visit in the Philippines? Then, spend a luxurious getaway at the Human Island Resort – a heavenly refuge full of indulgence and adventure. Majestically cradled in the stunning turquoise waters of Palawan, this one-of-a-kind Maldivian-like resort beckons weary people who are longing for a tropical escape and a personalized zen-like experience of exploration and discovery. Blending world-class facilities and cushy accommodations with mouthwatering dishes and fun-filled adventures, this remote island certainly has an array of treats in store for its guests.
An island resort nestled in Busuanga, Palawan, Huma Island Resort & Spa is a must-visit place to those who are looking for a paradise-like place to hide to from the noises of the city. Perfect for those seeking thrill, adventure, relaxation, and a peaceful vacation, this resort also boasts of an abundant marine life, pristine white sand beach, and crystal clear waters anyone would just love to dip their toes in.
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Guests may reach the island in two different ways: a private sea plane which would fly them from Manila Bay to Huma Island Resort & Spa; or a commercial flight to Busuanga, followed by 1.5 hour travel by land and a 30-minute boat ride from Sagrada Port.
Because it promises to be a luxurious hideaway, the resort offers 81 rooms which all spell comfort and grandness. Guests may choose from the four kinds of accommodations they offer: Water Villas (houses which rise on stilts), Beach Villas (huts with a view of the sea and a private courtyard), Family Suites (rooms fit for those travelling in groups or with little children), and the Presidential Suite (comprised of 2 villas and a sun deck).
Villas are inclusive of: WLAN, television, private Jacuzzis and bathrooms, an indoor and outdoor shower, and a “Villa Host” which helps them plan and arrange the activities they wish to do during their stay in the island.
Aside from its premium rooms, the resort also offers 6 different dining options which serve a variety of dishes and cuisine – from Lebanese to Italian to international cuisine. These are open on a seasonal basis, depending on the demands of the guests.
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Guests also get to pamper themselves and experience Palawan at its finest. While some may spend their time relaxing in the spa and the salon, rejuvenating, some would rather enjoy water activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, and island hopping to see the island and everything it has to offer.
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