The Bahamian Traveller features Huma Island, Philippines
By Quinn Russell
Jun 19, 2014 - 11:35:36 PM
Resort & Spa is nestled on a remote island in Busuanga, Palawan. This chic
resort comes with breathtaking views and untouched marine life surrounded by a
dozen sunken Japanese warships and planes which has been hailed as one of the
top 10 diving sites in the world.
81 villas, of which 64 are suspended over the water on stilts, each offer
spectacular views of the beach of Dicilingan Island and the sea. All villas
feature contemporary, elegant design, private Jacuzzis, bathtubs, as well as
indoor and outdoor showers and more.
island also boasts eight dining outlets, a fitness centre, library, kids
room, the resort provides a 24 hour ‘villa hosts’ service. Huma Island Resort
and Spa also offers exclusive privileges, such as private sea planes which can
reach Manila Bay within 55 minutes.
A stand out
feature at the resort is its Ayurveda spa that comes with a glass floor (a
first for the Philippines) – you can enjoy marine life simultaneously as you
relax during a treatment.
Cardillo, general manager of Huma Island Resort, said, “As the region of
Palawan offers many activities and boasts some of the most spectacular diving
in Philippines, the region has enjoyed a significant increase in the tourist
trade in recent years. I am very proud to operate this unique resort of
Busuanga – Palawan, and I am looking forward to presenting the resort as a
Resort and Spa, Dicilingan Island, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, humaisland.com
"A dream island..."
Huma Island, Philippines
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