Samal is an island and a city in the province of Davao del Norte, Davao Region, Philippines. Its real name is Island Garden City of Samal. Most tourists who visit Davao City visits Samal because of its wonderful beaches and resorts. In order to get to Samal Island, visitors need to ride the boat provided by a certain resort or they could ride the barge from Davao City to the island.
Isla Reta- this resorttruly allows guests to relax and experience the life of living near the sea away from the urban cities and technology. The cottages and rooms available are not as fancy as any other resorts but its blue waters and white sand is indeed amazing. Staying in Isla Reta is best enjoyed overnight and since the signal is poor, guests get time to mingle with friends or unwind by themselves.
Pearl Farm Beach- Pearl far is one of the most popular beach resorts in Samal Island. However, it is more expensive than any other resort. It has luxurious rooms and cottages and the resort is in a private cove of Samal. Pearl Farm also has blue waters and white sand along with deluze amenities and fancy water activities. For guests who wants a luxurious vacation, Pearl Farm is the resort for them.
Secdea Beach Resort- Secdea is one of the latest beach resorts in Samal Island. During its opening, many people came to visit the resort. The resort is modern-looking and its amenities and cottages are of high quality. It has an infinity pool, a restaurant serving delicious dishes and an overlooking view of the ocean. It is more expensive than most resorts but is cheaper compared to Pearl Farm.
Maxima Aqua Fun- Maxima is quite different than most resorts. For tourists who wants extreme adventures and jaw dropping activities, then Maxima is the resort they should go to. With their famous giant slide and water blob, along with kayaking, scuba diving, snorkelling and even fishing, Maxima provides lots of activities for the guests so they'll never get bored. It may not have white sands and shorelines, but Maxima is perfect for those who loves water adventures.
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