Nestled between ancient mangrove forests and the great expanse of the Pacific Ocean, this luxury eco-resort forms a gateway between two equally fascinating and unique ecosystems. Nay Palad Hideaway offers a tropical haven of abundant wildlife and uninterrupted tranquillity – this is a blissful barefoot getaway you don’t want to miss.
10 luxury villas
Numerous activities including island hopping, water sports, land excursions, cooking classes and an outdoor cinema
The Children’s Village which includes features such as trampolines, slides and tree houses
Recently redesigned infinity pool with spectacular ocean views
Fitness suite, traditional spa and yoga and meditation pavilion
Access to extensive surfing, including Cloud 9’s world-famous barrel waves
Secluded location on the beautiful island of Siargao
Winding paths shaded by tall palm trees will lead you to villas which epitomise sustainable luxury. Crafted from local, responsibly sourced materials, the buildings blend seamlessly with their natural surroundings while also providing the highest standards of comfort and sophistication. Rooms are spacious and light, with high palm frond ceilings and large beds surrounded by billowing curtains. Above expansive wooden decking hang large swings with copious cushions on which to relax and soak up the ocean views. The palatial Perlah Villa boasts its own private swimming pool and elevated tree platform – the perfect option for groups or families.
Tucked away in a shady patch of forest, the spa’s six thatched rooves provide a sanctuary of natural treatments and total tranquillity. Clear your mind in this oasis of calm with an indulgent massage, soaked in healing natural oils and the very best organic ingredients. The island’s diverse terrain offers opportunity for all sorts of more active excursions, from extensive water sports and diving, to village visits and traditional cooking classes. The poolside outdoor cinema provides a particularly relaxed and atmospheric evening.
Water is heated by solar power
Nay Palad Hideaway has its own organic farm where it grows fresh, seasonal produce for the menu – the compost used is waste from the kitchen
Member of the Long Run Initiative, aiming to create sustainable luxury travel by focusing on conservation, community, culture and commerce
Partner with local fisherman to support the community and serve local produce
Plastic bottles and straws have been banned, with further efforts being made to totally eradicate single-use plastics
Regular beach and mangrove clean-ups
Building materials are locally and responsibly sourced to minimise impact
The island runs schemes to help the local community both educationally and medically
Why we love it
Take your wellness experience a step further by booking a yoga session with an experienced instructor in any location you desire. Stretch out on the sea pagoda or practice mindfulness in the treetops. You can even test your balance on the waves, with a yoga lesson on the resort’s stand-up paddle boards! This is the ultimate activity to clear your head and retreat from the stresses of modern-day life.
Planning your experience
Contact our Travel Designers to find out more about Nay Palad Hideaway and to start planning your own bespoke experience to the Philippines.
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