The name means beautiful island. Been to this little family-owned island three times so far - because it is so expensive to go there. My hubby said that Isla Naburot is not a place to read a book...but rather, it is a place where you can write your book. It is quiet, secluded and private. Its lack of electricity adds to the romanticism of the place - which is very evident at night. The whole island is lighted with candles and lanterns...hello honeymooners and old couples wishing to re-ignite forgotten sparks. This is one holiday place where one can truly relax - leave your 21st century gadgets behind...reconnect with yourself and your loved ones with the old-fashioned face-to-face interaction. Another thing that you should leave behind is your diet. Ladies, forget, for at least 3 days, your diet because Isla boasts of 5-star homecooked, hot meals - breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner. Isla Naburot, though, does not advertise because the family wants to preserve the "uncommercial" feel of their jewel of an island. I suggest that you google "isla naburot" and articles about the island will pop on your browser...the best one is <whoridesavespa.com/2006/11/18/destination-isla-naburot> complete with photos and contact numbers.
- Also Known As:
- Isla Naburot Hotel Guimaras Island