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Amanpulo - Pamalican
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40 Rooms

Set on its own private island in the Quiniluban group of Cuyo Islands in the Philippines, Amanpulo (‘peaceful island’) is surrounded by white sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters and a coral reef 300 metres offshore. Amanpulo hosts a variety of beach and water-based activities such as windsurfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, cruises and deep-sea game fishing. Amanpulo’s guests are first met at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila and travel by private plane to Pamalican Island, landing on the island’s own airstrip. Forty Philippine-style casitas enjoy a variety of locations – amongst the treetops, on the beach or on the hillside overlooking the vast Sulu Sea. Each casita features a bedroom with a king-size bed, two window divans and a wooden sundeck with outdoor loungers. The spacious bathrooms have a large dressing area, shower and raised bathtub decorated with Cebu marble. Surrounded by the pristine waters of the Sulu Sea and seven square kilometres of reef, Amanpulo is a paradise for divers. With a 30 metre swimming pool, two synthetic-grass, flood-lit tennis courts and an 850 X 90mm astronomical refractor telescope for stargazing, Amanpulo offers a wide range of relaxing guest activities including picnic lunches, nature walks, and massage and beauty services.

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Nature and health

Amanpulo is a place of peace where relaxation and wellness go hand in hand. The Aman Spa is situated on a hillside above the treetops with views of the Sulu Sea. Sesigned as a tranquil sanctuary, it consists of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials. Each treatment room offers a deep-soaking bath tub, washroom, dressing area and steam shower, along with magnificent sea views.

Turtle hatching

Pamalican is a nesting site for green and hawksbill turtles. Every year from March until October, females come up to the beach at night to lay their eggs. To assist in protecting this endangered species, Amanpulo staff monitor the laying process, before transferring the eggs to a hatchery, located at the Windsurf Hut. Whenever baby turtles are hatching, Amanpulo guests are invited to watch the release of the baby turtles into the sea.