Resort

Derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, aman, and the Filipino word for islet, pulo, Amanpulo is set on its own private island in the Philippines.

Destination

Home to its own airstrip, Amanpulo is reached by direct flight from Manila International Airport (MNL).

Weather

Situated outside the typhoon belt, Amanpulo enjoys less rainfall than the rest of the Philippines. Generally, the dry season runs from November to May, with scattered showers between June and October. January is usually the coolest month and May the hottest, with an average temperature of about 28°C (82°F).

What to pack

Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes or plimsolls are suitable for walking on the island and a wide-brimmed hat is always recommended during the day.

Language & Currency
The official languages are English and Tagalog, the national language.The Philippine currency is the peso.
Don’t Forget
Pamalican Island on Philippine Time (WITA), eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 220 volts/60 cycles; convertors as well as plug adaptors are available.
Health
Medical services are available round the clock at Amanpulo. There are no particular immunisations required for entry into Philippines unless the traveller is coming from a yellow fever-infected area.
Visas

Please check with your nearest Philippine embassy or consulate prior to travel. Visitors from most countries do not require a special visa, with stays of up to 21 days granted on arrival, provided that they have a valid ticket for their return or onward journey. Passports must be valid for at least six months from date of entry.

Notes

The Amanpulo team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.