Welcome to

Palaka Resort

Unforgettable experiences since 2013
Welcome to

Palaka Resort

Unforgettable experiences since 2013

Voted Best Island In Asia

Condé Nast Traveler 2021 Readers' Choice Awards

Welcome to Siargao, where rugged luxury meets absolute freedom. Connect with something larger than yourself in this haven for adventurers and wanderers. Arrive with an open heart, leave forever changed. Discover a vacation with purpose and a destination with meaning. Palaka Resort—the epitome of refined living.

The Resort

At the end of each day spent exploring the island, nothing feels better than coming back to the comfort of a spacious, well-equipped room. Palaka Resort is located in the heart of General Luna, right in the center where most of the restaurants and nightly hotspots are located, but is still secluded enough to get a restful nights sleep.

The Rooms

7 exclusive rooms with a private pool

We have 7 fully established rooms in our resort, all of them facing the garden and pool. Each room can accommodate two people with a king size bed, safety box, free high-speed Starlink Wi-Fi, personal fridge and a spacious bathroom with hot water and a hair dryer. Click below to book direct and save!

Diving in Siargao

Palaka Siargao Dive Center is the only diving center in Siargao and is located just 3 minutes drive from Palaka Resort. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, our team of certified Scuba Diving and Freediving instructors are here to guide you through your diving journey.

Speedboat Trips

We really mean it when we say “discover, learn and enjoy”

Our excursions are not limited to diving and snorkeling, we have a whole range of trips for you, your friends, family and kids to experience the beauty of Siargao Island and the Pacific ocean—inquire within!

Focus on sustainability

At Palaka, our belief is that eco-friendly practices are the foundation of sustainable development, where environmental conservation and economic growth go hand in hand. We strive to ensure that our economic progress is environmentally sustainable both in the present and the future

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