Luxury Resorts on Huma Island
HUMA ISLAND RESORT and SPA
Retreat to your personal space on this island paradise.
Designed for extreme comfort and relaxation, Huma Island’s 81 tropical
guest villas boast of a contemporary high-ceiling design that is best
for creating a sense of space and utter freedom. Lounge indoors or
step out onto a wooden sun deck for private sunbathing,
or simply sit and gaze at the soothing panorama of sea and sky.
AMENITIES AND INCLUSIONS:
Welcome refreshments shall be served upon arrival at resort
Complimentary bottled drinking water are maintained daily in the villa.
Complimentary Cafe u Matique tea & coffee making facilities are in the villa
Use of Snorkeling Equipment * Full use of the Island’s facilities
(except motorized sports facilities); subject to availability
Roundtrip airport land and boat transfers
(Busuanga Airport – Resort – Busuanga Airport).
A choice between direct beach access or an over-water vila
King-size bed * Room service * Complimentary WiFi
42” HD TV * iPod dock and electronic safe
Mini bar and Cafe Matique tea and coffee making facility
Spacious bathroom with his and hers vanity,
Separate toilet and bath with rain shower
Stand alone bathtub plus Private Jacuzzi and Outdoor shower
Amazing views of either sunrise or sunset
The Huma Island Resort & Spa is a luxury island hideaway -
8 themed dining spots that offer the best of global cuisines,
a unique glass-floored spa complex featuring a yoga pavilion and the
Philippines’ first and only authentic Arabic Hammam, a Dive Center,
plus a wide variety of sport and leisure facilities. The resort has its own
library, fitness center, kid’s club and infinity pool for the activity inclined,
as well as many secluded, romantic lounging or viewing areas
for the more laid-back set.
Huma Moroccan Royal Bath Ceremony (90 mins.)
A tradition spread across the Middle Eastern Countries.
This ritual commences in our exclusive Turkish Hammam,
where you will be bathed as you relax on a heated marble slab.
Your body is cocooned with black soap and scrubbed with a Kesse mitt
to remove dead skin cells before we coat with a Moroccan Rhassoul
mask to absorb toxins. Feel cleanse from the inside out and
retreat for a hair and scalp treatment and a pampering back massage.
HOW TO GET THERE with LEx.
1. Private Sea Plane
Arrive in style, fly directly from Manila Bay to Huma Island Resort & 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 direct 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.
WATER SPORTS, ISLAND TOURS, PRIVATE BEACHES and so much MORE
RATES from US$900 / person
luxury has never tasted so wonderful
The Legend of Huma
Once upon a time, at the peak of the 13th-century galleon trade, one galleon carved itself a name in the history of all ports from the Middle East to Asia. This was the HUMA Galleon. The Huma introduced the most exotic of herbs, spices, cutlery, textiles, opium, and tobacco from the Middle East to the world. Though at the height of its fame, the HUMA galleon mysteriously disappeared not to be heard from again.
Located in the northern part of Palawan and close to UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Calauit National Sanctuary Park, World War II aircraft and shipwreck, Black Island, Pass Island, Calumbayan Snorkeling point and 4 lagoons and lakes with a vicinity of 30 minutes.
Busuanga is the largest island in the Calamian Group in the province of Palawan. Considered as a destination off-the-beaten-path, travelers cite it as the laid-back counterpart of El Nido and Coron.
The sun setting in the west gave the sky an amber hue and created a golden river as it met the ocean. For the first time they saw beauty and nature at its best; and cared about nothing else but what was in front of him.
When morning comes you can view and be enchanted with the variety of corals that spread for miles along the shores and out into the deep blue sea, encrusted with an exotic variety of sea creatures
Ibrahim Captain of the Galleon, built his home in front of the beach using wood from his wreck boat and also constructed a common area which he named “HUMA” after his galleon. He became very popular with the local tribesmen and he is remembered for countless storytelling sessions. Legend has it that Ibrahim also loved to enjoy the magnificent view of the setting sun.
It became a local tradition to gather for extravagant feasts, enjoy sunsets and local holidays at HUMA. After the passing of Ibrahim, HUMA lived on, The destiny of HUMA was created and now with Luxury Villas and Overwater Bungalows that pursue the envy of many, you can stay for your Vacation on Huma Island Resort and Spahonouring the merging of the two cultures and the beauty of what was created out of an unfortunate accident.
Make the most of your stay in Huma Island by discovering some exquisite tourist attractions in Busuanga: