- Swimming pool
- Wireless Internet in the villas and on the hideaway grounds
- One mobile phone for local calls per villa
- Minibar in each villa
- Outdoor cinema
- Two pagodas (on land and sea)
- Spa and FItness center and yoga pavilion
- Fire pit
- A children’s village, including a trampoline and kid’s tree house Volleyball/badminton court, table soccer, table tennis, soccer, a wide selection of sports equipment an board games.
- Aromatherapy burner with essential oils
- Daily home-made dried fruits
- Cellular phone
- iPod Touch with docking station
- Hair dryer
- Indoor shower (hot and cold)
- Outdoor shower (cold)
- Organic bathroom products
- Air conditioning and ceiling fan
- Complimentary resort stationery
- In-room safe
- Outdoor terrace
- Wireless Internet
- Mosquito net around the bed
- Natural mosquito repellent
YOUR ALL-INCLUSIVE STAY
- All meals and all types of beverages
- Excursions and activities, including but not limited to island-hopping, motorized water sports and activities, sur ng, wakeboarding, water-skiing, donut rides, kayaking, Hobie Cat, sailing, paddleboarding, cycling, hiking and cooking classes
- Massages, spa treatments, and tness on the hideaway grounds
- Daily housekeeping
- Laundry services
- Baby cot
- Land transfers from and to Siargao’s Sayak Airport (IAO)
KIDS RATES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ARRIVING IN SIARGAO
- Kids 3 years old and below are free of charge.
- Per family, one child between the ages of 4 and 9 is free of charge.
- Any additional children in this age bracket will be charged at 50% of the adult rate.
- Each child between the ages of 10 and 17 will be charged at 50% of the adult rate.
ARRIVING IN SIARGAO
- Our Guest Relations representative will be waiting for you at the airport and will provide assistance. You will be escorted to the Nay Palad Hideaway vehicleand driven to the hideaway (approximately a 40-minute drive).
MINIMUM LENGTH OF STAY
- A minimum of 2 (two) nights accommodation is standard at the hideaway, with the exception of select holidays during which a minimum stay of 3 to 5 (three to ve) nights may apply.
BEACH-WALKING: At mid and low tide, wander north along the beach as far as your legs will carry you, or south to the mangrove forest and its secluded creeks.
LOW-TIDE REEF-WALKING: Explore the tide pools and reefs near our beach at low tide. If you’re having trouble finding them, ask a member of the team.
BEACH SPORTS: The grassy lawns and white-sand beach at the front of the hideaway are perfect for a friendly game of soccer, cricket, badminton or pétanque. There’s even a beach volleyball court. We have all the equipment you need for these and other beach sports.
TABLE SPORTS AND GAMES: Enjoy table tennis, football and billiards in the lounge adjacent to the restaurant. OUTDOOR CINEMA Pick a film, find a cozy spot near or in the pool, and enjoy an outdoor movie at night. Your film will be projected onto a massive screen strung between two coconut palms.
CAMPFIRES: One of the coziest ways to spend an evening is around an open fire. Roast marshmallows and share stories under the stars.
YOGA AND MEDITATION: The sessions with an experienced instructor can be arranged for any time of the day and just about any location – sea pagoda, tree house, to name a few. There’s also a dedi-cated yoga pavilion in the Boathouse. Four meters above ground level, among the trees and over- looking the sea, the pavilion can be enjoyed with win- dows completely closed and only air-conditioning, or thrown open to enjoy the fresh air. Sessions are subject to our yoga instructors’ availability, so be sure to book in advance. If you’re interested in turning your stay into a yoga retreat, please contact our team to discuss your wishes.
FITNESS: Located in the new Boatouse, the fitness area offers you the convenience and comfort of a full gym. Build strength and get your heart pumping with our state- of-the-art equipment, which includes a Life Fitness Integrity series treadmill, a cross-trainer, a G7 gym system, ten sets of dumbbells, and exercise balls.
THE CHILDREN’S VILLAGE: In addition to the many outdoor activities they can do with their parents, kids will love the Children’s Village. It features springy trampolines and a swing, all inside shaded woven huts. There’s also a new treehouse platform with a lounge and a slide kids can ride down to the sandy play area.
COOKING: Join our chef in the kitchen for an interactive cooking demonstration. From how to fillet and fry a fish to preparing your favorite dish, he’ll gladly share his secrets. Children can participate, too. Baking and ice- cream-making are always a hit. FINE DINING For dinner, our chef prepares a three-course fine dining experience with wine pairings. Each night, dinner is held in a different surprise location around the hi- deaway—in the treehouse, on the beach, and beyond. Please contact the team if you have any special requests.
SPA TREATMENTS: Our therapists specialize in Hilot, the traditional Filipino art of healing. Along with massage and body work, a range of other beauty and wellness treatments are offered, including facials and nail care. After the massage guests can relax and sip tea in the spa’s own tree house. Treatments can be enjoyed in the spa huts or in the comfort and privacy of your own villa, and can be booked at any time of day.
SIARGAO LAND TOUR: Take a chauffeured tour of the island in our van or Jeepney.You can create your own itinerary, including stops at villages and points of especial natural beauty. (More information about the island can be provided.) It takes a full four to five hours to circumnavigate Siargao.
CYCLING: There are many beautiful routes that allow you to explore the nature and villages near the hideaway and around the island. The hideaway will provide you with the appropriate cycling gear.
HIKING AND BIRDWATCHING: Adventurous hikers and birdwatchers will enjoy the trails in the hills behind the hideaway. These are reached with a mode of transport other than your two feet. Please take a guide with you. Hiking is not to be undertaken after heavy rain. The island’s spectacular birds can also be observed on any road or path. Birdwatchers and hikers will find that our Adventure Manager is an invaluable source of local knowledge.
GENERAL LUNA: A charming fishing village about 15-minutes by car from the hideaway. Stroll its friendly streets and find your way to the Boulevard, a sea-front road lined with cafés and videoke bars.
TOB TOBON CAVE: A kilometer from the main road, this fascinating cave takes up to an hour to explore.
MAGPUPUNGKO ROCK POOL: Located near Pilar, a quaint fishing town, Magpupungko features spectacular rock formations best enjoyed at low tide, when you can wade out into a warm, spa-like pool encircled by a coral shelf. This excursion takes at least half a day and includes a hearty picnic lunch. The rock pool is a 90-minute van ride from the hideaway.
DEL CARMEN: The main town of Siargao’s oldest municipality, which bears the same name. It features a 376-year-old church with a tower that you can climb. Del Carmen is adjacent to one of the largest mangrove forests in the Philippi- nes.
MARKET LIFE: Join our chef for an early-morning visit to the local market. Meet local fishermen, watch them haul in their catch, and learn how our chef plans and prepares your daily meals.
MOTORCYCLES: Experienced motorcycle riders can use one of the hide- away’s two bikes to explore the island’s bumpy and often unpaved roads.
MANGROVE-EXPLORING: Explore the mangrove forest at the back of the hideaway by foot (low tide) or by small boat, kayak, or SUP. This is a unique opportunity to see a pristine mangrove forest, along with the flora and (if you’re lucky) the fauna it supports.
CLOUD 9: A legendary surfing wave, world-renowned for its perfectly shaped barrel. A small surfing village, popu- lated mostly by expats, has sprung up along the road that leads to the wave. There is also a multi-story watchtower where you can watch the surfers. The village has a number of good cafés, bars and restaurants.
A NIGHT ON THE TOWN: There are numerous bars and karaoke joints, a few good restaurants, and frequent dance parties on Siargao. Visitors are always welcome. Spending a night on the town is a great way to mingle with the locals and expats who help give the island its unique vibe.
BITO CAVE: A large underground cave with two separate entrances and is home to a number of interesting animals. Bito is a 20-minute drive from the hideaway, followed by a gentle one-kilometer walk and a hike up a hillside.
SAILING: Experienced sailors are welcome to take Nay Palad hideaway Hobie Cat out on the open sea. If you’re a beginner, our adventure manager Sean can teach you how to sail.
SURFING AND SURF LESSONS: Siargao is an excellent place to learn to surf, and our local instructors will have you standing up in no time. If you’re already adept at the sport, a guide can show you the best and most beautiful surfing spots, many of which are well-kept local secrets.
WATER SPORTS: Water-skiing, wake-boarding, donut-boating, and more can be enjoyed in the main channel between the Sea Pagoda and Pansukian Island—sea, tide, and weather conditions permitting. BOAT TRIPS to our Sea Pagoda, located about 800 meters from the beach. (We can send a cool-box with drinks and a large parasol to each of these locations for your comfort and enjoyment.) As you dive and swim around the pagoda, you’re likely to see crabs and fish. Of course, if you prefer to swim closer to home, try the hideaway pool. It’s conveniently located right by the bar and offers an infinity view of the horizon.
KAYAKING & STAND-UP PADDLING: Grab a kayak or one of Nay Palad’s very own BOBBY BOARD stand-up paddleboards and go for a tour right in front of the hideaway (To avoid getting stranded on sand, be mindful of the tides.). You can also enlist a guide and explore the mangroves out back.
SOHOTON COVE: This enchanting inland wilderness is not to be missed Inter-connecting lagoons are encircled by high cliffs covered in lush virgin jungle. It takes an hour and forty- five minutes to reach by boat. This full-day excursion includes paddling or kayaking, swimming, caving, rock jumping, a hearty lunch on the boat, and snorkeling in the outer reef. We return home at sunset.
DEEP-SEA FISHING: It is excellent around Siargao. Excursions are conducted by experienced outside contractors and are not included in the all-inclusive rate.
DIVING: The waters around Siargao boast some of the best diving in the world. Highlights include the Blue Cathedral, co- ral reefs, and volcanic formations. Learn to dive, upgrade your current level, or just enjoy diving, all under the supervision of an experienced outside contractor. Diving is not included in the all-inclusive rate.
JANOYOY ISLAND: It can be reached by small boat, kayak, stand-up paddleboard (SUP), or even by foot if the tide is out. When standing on the white-sand beach at the front of the Hideaway, Janoyoy is the small, forested island to your left (i.e. to the south-east). Suitable footwear is recommended when visiting.
ACTIVITIES AND ADVENTURE: Adventures at Sea ￼Island-hopping around the bay and beyond can make for a great day out. Start with drinks under an umbrella on Pansukian, a tiny desert isle. Move on to Daku for snorkeling and surfing. (Please arrange for boards and an instructor beforehand.) Then, on the island’s picturesque beach, enjoy the picnic lunch our kitchen packed just for you. If time permits, continue on to Casulian, La Janosa, Mamon, or Guyam for a drink. Want some privacy? Take a boat stocked with sun umbrellas, a cooler and comfy beach chairs, and visit one of the many secluded beaches on the nearby islands.
SNORKELING: To snorkle around our local coral heads is best enjoyed during low tide using the Sea Pagoda as a staging point. Arrange an excursion to Halian, Lahanusa, Anahawan or Corregidor for a full morning or afternoon of snorkeling. The trip can be extended to include a picnic lunch on beautiful Mamon Beach.
SWIMMING: Swim right in front of the resort at high tide, or take a short walk down the beach to a peninsular point with a sandy beach that’s ideal for swimming and lounging. You can also take a small boat, kayak, or SUP board