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Amanpulo is an escape from the markings of mankind and is a dive into island life where nature has been unashamedly boastful. The island is secluded, being private, and offers a variety of sea, sand and tropical island-retreat–pleasures, in exclusive comfort and in traditionally styled accommodation. Amanpulo or, ‘peaceful island’, honours its island host, respecting the natural elements with a profoundly ‘South Seas’ interpretation. The 40 Beach, Hillside and Treetop Casitas are modelled on authentic bahay kubo dwellings, each with its own golf cart for island exploration.

This romantically remote island caters for those who wish to ‘hammock’ and beach comb their days in paradise, and for those who seek an active agenda, involving a myriad of maritime adventures as well as tennis, a high-tec air-conditioned gym, and taking languid lengths in the resort’s 30m serene pool. The open-air Garden and Beach Salas are discreetly secluded for pleasurable holistic body treatments.

Casitas and Villas
Amanpulo’s native style of dwellings enhances its exclusive island stronghold. There are 40 casitas fashioned after a Philippine bahay kubo: a centuries old South East Asian rural archetype where family life was played out beneath steep pitched roofs on timber frames.

The five Hillside Casitas offer magical sea views, the four Treetop Casitas embrace the trees while the 29 Beach Casitas have private overgrown paths that lead down to the soft white beach. All are nestled discreetly among the sand-floored tropical foliage and enjoy their own buggy for unlimited enjoyment of island exploration. Subtle interiors, warm and sun-dappled, are smoothed out in shades of caramel and bamboo with pristine king-size beds. The bathrooms are spacious and appealing with raised Cebu marble bathtubs and twin vanities. A soft honey brown wooden floor is laid throughout with island appropriate comforts from daybeds to rattan furniture and attractive regional artwork.

Each casita enjoys a sprawling wooden sundeck with inviting loungers and dappled shade from vibrant bougainvillea and two deluxe Hillside Casitas have an unrivalled sweeping vista of the Sulu Sea and neighbouring islands. All casitas come with a flat-screen satellite television, DVD/CD player and iPod dock, all connnected to a surround-sound system, a coffeemaker with complimentary coffee and tea, as well as a safe. Hats, slippers and beach bags are available in the casitas for guests' use on the island and as souvenirs when they go home. The 21st century has been skilfully tucked beneath its alluring island exterior so that one’s perceptions of an enchanting remote archipelagic island can be effortlessly played out in uncompromised style.

Amanpulo's 29 Beach Casitas each have private pathways that leads directly onto a white-sand beach. The beach is an uninterrupted wide stretch of fine sand with views over the neighbouring islands.

The four Treetop Casitas are situated above the tree-line, on higher ground.
There are five Hillside Casitas with unimpeded sea views.
The resort's two Deluxe Hillside Casitas offer the most spectacular panoramas of the Sulu Sea and neighbouring islands with both sunrise and sunset views
Private villa homes located just a few metres from the sea are available for rent and purchase at Amanpulo. Each villa features a private swimming pool and offers separate bedroom, living and dining pavilions, an outdoor lounge and a kitchen. One-, two- and four-bedroom villas are available. All villas come with a cook and housekeeper, and a number enjoy beautiful garden settings. Villa guests enjoy full use of all Amanpulo facilities and services.


Water Sports

  • Sailing
  • Windsurfing
  • Fishing
  • Cruises
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving

Land Activities

  • Cycling
  • Nature Walks
  • Bird Watching
  • Turtle Hatching
  • Private Dining
  • Stargazing

Spa and Wellness

  • At Amanpulo relaxation and wellness go hand in hand. The Aman Spa is situated on a hillside above the treetops with views of the Sulu Sea. Designed as a tranquil sanctuary, it consists of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials.



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