Huma Island Resort - The Next Big Thing in Philippine Tourism



"Bigger than Amanpulo", that's what the insider told me. With 85 sea view villas that are promising their future guests to feel a total surrender to mother nature with services only reserved for the kings. A redefined island luxury will be opening in one of the islands in Coron, Palawan. If you worry about short summer season, save it. Huma Island Resort will soar middle of 2013. Below is the top view photo taken from their Facebook account, a tropical mansion with 24 hours service, your very own swimming lagoon with a spectacular view of the vast blue sea at  your fingertips. A spa. A promising luxury to keep and experience.




From their website, they are teasing us to have an experience of a lifetime... to find the adventures of  our life.... to awaken our spirit... to find peace and liberation... and to discover a love that is lost.. .all this can be ours! Soon....




The island resort will be having 5 different restaurants, an exposition of global cuisine that will cater to your palette, each impeccable, and uniquely owned.




Guests will arrive in paradise in unparalleled style, aboard onto a state of the art learjet, ultimate in luxury and convenience.  With highly qualified staff and FAA certified pilots, a VIP transport of business and leisure travelers.




Are y'all excited? So am I. We'll wait until this promising island resort open in 2015.


Credit to HUMA's facebook account for the pictures.

7 comments:

anney said...

o kelan tayo punta jan?

Anonymous said...

Astig ah.. san yan banda??

Manila Girl said...

Aww, but Amanpulo's sand looks much better, it seems. :-( Or maybe it's just in the picture.. it doesn't look that white? But gosh it sounds so luxurious!! I'd want to go just for that. Haha. The question is if I can ever afford it!

lakwatsera de primera said...

Wow, if it's bigger than Amanpulo, does that mean it's gonna be more than 100k per night to stay here?

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

sosyalan! naglalaway lang ako, sana ma-afford ko in the future! hehe thanks for sharing! =)

Tsinoy Foodies said...

SO beautiful. Don't know why I never heard of it before.

Anonymous said...

Still amanpulo is the best,most beautifull and expensive in the world. They have different branches all over the world