Looking for an eco -themed and luxury retreat? Forest Travel has negotiated unmatched rates for our clients to enjoy Amanpulo on Pamalican. The facilities offer a spacious layout complementing their natural surroundings. Guests love the resort’s casitas which are situated on the beach, amongst the treetops or on the hillside overlooking the Sulu Sea. Each has its own private buggy allowing independent travel on the island.
Spa & Wellness
The Aman Spa is designed as a peaceful sanctuary in which guests can indulge in pampering beauty treatments and enhance their fitness. Located on a hillside above the treetops and with views of the Sulu Sea, the Philippines luxury spa is composed of a series of pavilions constructed of native wood and other natural materials.
The spa experience begins with a pick-up by spa valet. Alternatively, guests can drive themselves to the spa in their private buggy. Guests are welcomed in the Aman Spa’s Reception Pavilion which enjoys panoramic views of the sea. This pavilion includes a lounge and retail space on the entry level, and a Finishing Salon on the floor below for manicures, pedicures and hair appointments.
Each treatment room offers a deep-soaking bath tub, washroom, dressing area and steam shower, along with magnificent sea views. Floors are made of native timber and ceilings are layered in capiz (shell). Relaxation salas are situated next to two of the three pavilions and are an idyllic place to rest quietly after a treatment.
The Yoga and Meditation Pavilion enjoys beautiful views of the island and sea and is available for private or group classes. The Fitness Pavilion, located across the path from the Reception Pavilion, is oriented with south-facing windows overlooking Manamoc Island. The top floor houses an airy gymnasium with state-of-the-art equipment. An external staircase leads to the Pilates Studio which offers Allegro Reformers. The lower floor will house Aman Spa wet areas, including male and female lounges with steam rooms, cold plunge pools and outdoor relaxation verandas tucked into the tree canopy.