Huma Island – stunning luxury, private island resort

Huma Island Resort water and beach villas

An overview of Huma Island Resort, showing its water and beach villas.

Every resort should have new sets of photos taken every so often and Huma Island Resort and Spa has done that with a great set of new photos that will largely speak for themselves, shortly after we had the chance to feature the new photos from Montigo Resorts Nongsa with the launch of their 3 Bedroom Residences.

Huma Island is a luxury, private island getaway in Busuanga, Palawan – the region of the Philippines voted “Best island in the World” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine.  Huma Island is a unique experience where the luxury just starts with your private seaplane transfer from Manila Bay which brings you to the island’s beautiful beaches in just 1 hour 20 minutes.

Huma Island Resort Seaplane

Huma Island Resort’s seaplane at the jetty with the beaches behind

Huma Island has altogether 81 villas, each ensuring a level of privacy that’s rare for couples and families alike.  64 of these are Water Villas, whilst 14 Beach Villas, Family Suites and a Presidential Suite make up the total. Designed to incorporate many traditional Filipino features, they are also of modern build to ensure your comfort at all times.  These photos show you each of the types:

Huma Island Luxury resort by SmartOtels

Huma Island Resort Water Villas at Sunset – making for some stunning colours

EWater Beach Villas at Huma Island Resort

A Beach Villa at Huma Island Resort with its own terrace area taken at sunrise

Family Suite villa at Huma Island Resort

The Master Bedroom of a Family Suite showing all of the features of these stunning suites

One of the many striking aspects of Huma Island is that it features 8 Restaurants and Bars – so now matter how long you stay, you will always be spoilt for choice.  Al Dente offers a range of Italian dishes in a superb spot at the end of a pathway jutting out into the sea, whilst Al Fairuz Lebanese Restaurant introduces you to wide range of Middle Eastern flavours. On The Harbour is located just off the jetty and specialises in freshly caught seafood, whilst Tagahuma will excite you with a range of specialities from South East Asia. Waves is located close by the pool and features all day dining on a range of local and international dishes whilst Rudi’s Wine and Cheese Bar, with the superb white sand beach as its floor, serves an authentic Swiss cheese fondue along with a wines from a superb cellar and cheeses and snacks from around the world. From sunset to sunrise, Blu Bar offers a superb location alongside the infinity pool to enjoy a cocktail, live music and snacks as you relax after a day of, well, relaxing.

Al Dente Italian Restaurant Huma Island resort

Al Dente Italian themed restaurant at Huma Island – just one of 8 restaurants and bars

Tagahuma Asian fusion Restaurant at Huma Island Resort

Tagahuma Asian fusion Restaurant at Huma Island Resort

Huma island luxury resort by SmartOtels

Middle Eatsern flavours at Al Fairuz Lebanese Restaurant, Huma Island Resort

Blue Bar Huma Island luxury, private island resort

Blu Bar alongside the infinity pool at Huma Island Resort

But if you have chosen Huma Island luxury, private island resort for your idyllic honeymoon, you will probably want to be alone and you can chose to while the evening away in complete privacy:

Huma island luxury, private island resort by SmartOtels

Beautiful night time settings at Huma Island luxury private island resort

You will want to Huma Island’s superb beaches but you will never run out of things to do here.  There are many, many activities to keep you occupied as far as you want to be from a special Dive Center where you can train and get the equipment to dive over nearby shipwrecks and simpler pleasures such as the infinity pool, snorkeling, kayaking, sailing, jet ski, fishing and some not related to water at all, such as archery.  There are optional excursions to visit Huma Island’s many nearby islands, including Black Island, one hour away by boat and an uninhabited island with some stunning caves, cliffs and beaches where you can enjoy lunch.  If you have come as a family, there is even a kids club to keep them entertained, whilst you get some fun too.  We can only give a taste of some of these options in this one post:

Huma Island Infinity Pool

The Infinity Pool at Huma Island luxury private island resort

Water sports Huma Island Resort

Enjoy motorised water sports at Huma Island Resort

Kayaking Huma island

Kayaking in the shadow of the impressive beaches and cliffs of Huma Island

Gym at Huma Island Resort

If you are worried about keeping up your fitness regime, Huma island has you covered with a superb gym

If all that leaves you wondering how to unwind, then it’s time to tell you about Huma Island’s stunning 5 Spa treatment rooms, each of which is located over water, with glass floors, so that you can watch Palawan’s amazing tropical coloured fish swim by. Here you can also take the opportunity to enjoy an authentic Arabic Hammam steam bath – the first and only in the Philippines.  There is also a stunning over-water Yoga Pavilion.

Huma Island Spa and Massage

Unique glass floor treatment and massage rooms of the Spa at Huma Island

Huma Island luxury, private island resort by SmartOtels

Massage Oils and Minerals prepared at the Spa at Huma Island Resort

Believe it or not, all we have done is give you a taste of Huma Island Resort and Spa.  If that taste inspires you to experience this luxury, private island resort for yourself, then you can Book Direct and arrange your flight direct to Manila with Philippines Airlines or you could contact your travel agent.  Through SmartOtels, Huma Island is being featured by a growing number of tour operators and agents, including Hayes and Jarvis, Kuoni, Jasmine Holidays, Philippine Trails, Proxima Tours, Go Philippines, Lee’s Travel, Visit Asia and Luxury Halal Travel.


One thought on “Huma Island – stunning luxury, private island resort

  1. Pingback: Huma Island - stunning luxury, private island r...

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s