This private island in the Philippines costs a whopping $100,000 per night in the world most costly report.
Banwa private Island secures the full 15-acre resort for its visitors, and is designed to accommodate up to forty-eight people.
Placed in the archipelago of Palawan, the resort is a 2 hour helicopter or seaplane ride from the country’s capital of Manila.The secluded Island contains 6 beachfront villas, which ranges from 1 to 4 bedrooms. All villas contain a Jacuzzi and private infinity pool, as well as twelve garden rooms and a top-level residential suite.
The inclusive resort has a complete staff of chefs who cook with vegetables from the onsite organic fish and farm caught from the surrounding Sulu Sea. The resort even makes its own honey. The win list has bottles costing as much as $35,000.
Banwa also has a myriad of added activities, like kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing, yoga, sailing and tennis. There is an on-site marine expert to talk about the local wildlife, adding protected native animals like Tabon birds and Hawksbill sea turtles. There are also other amenities that visitors can enjoy. It has a massage suite, gym, tennis court, and jogging track that they can use during their stay.
From Manila, visitors can directly reach the resort by riding a seaplane or private helicopter that lasts only 2 hours of travel time. They can also opt to ride a private jet to Pureto Princesa or San Vicente than take a twenty-five minute heli transfer. By the way, these transfers from and to Manila are not added in the accommodation price.
According to Banwa, prices are transportation begin at $990 per way for 9 passenger seaplane and $11,600 round-trip for 5 passenger helicopter.