Top 10 Must-Visit Tourist Destinations in Samal Island

Canibad Beach Samal

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Photo from Samalwatersports.com

Canibad Beach Resort in Baranggay Aundanao Samal is perhaps one of the most undeveloped yet most naturally-beautiful resorts to visit in Samal. For the longest time, Canibad has been adored for its laid-back and secluded atmosphere. There are no classy restaurants constructed nor are there first-class room accommodations situated in the area. So if you want to spend a night at Canibad then you have to bring your own tent and your own food.

How to get there:

If you want more convenience then it is highly recommended for you to bring your personal vehicle from Davao City and just take it to Sasa 11 barge. There are two options to get to Canibad it’s either you take the babak baranggay highway to Aundanao or Penaplata. But Penaplata is the best route to choose. Travel time may take around 2 hours from the city proper.

On the other hand if you can’t bring your own vehicle, you may still ridge the barge then rent a multicab or a single motorcycle to take you to Canibad Beach.

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Longing for an extreme and exciting outdoor adventure by the beach? Then Maxima Aqua Fun is the ideal destination to visit and explore. Maxima features several water sports activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking and fishing that will truly give you a of adrenaline rush. Apart from that, Maxima is also well-known for its challenging canopy walk and gigantic slide which leads you straight to the deep waters.

How to get there:
You may take a bus from Sasa Wharf to Penaplanata then take a motorcycle ride from Penaplata Public Market to Maxima Aquafun or you may also opt for a different route via Sta. Ana Wharf which can take you directly to Maxima Aquafun Resort.

 

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on Aug 11, 2015

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Comments (17)

  • Arnel

    Maganda din yung Secdea beach. Sana makabalik ako jan.

  • Marj

    hi

    Asking for a 2d1n tour packages for 2

    Your immediate response is veru much appreciated

  • Yayi

    You may visit po all these places na makakatipid kayo?
    Stay in our newly built apartelle for only P1,500/day. Located just right at the heart of Babak, Samal Island. Just a 5min drive from the Ferry Terminal. And from there, pwd nyo na po mavisit lahat mg destinations nato?
    View my FB acct po Yayi Montejo para makita nyo pix ng place..keep in touch!?

    • Jet

      Is tent pitching allowed in area?thanks

    • Ima

      Pwede po makuha contact number niyo?

    • Allan

      Mobile number nyo po? Thank you

  • Maricel

    How can we book for dayang beach?

  • Xdmarlon

    wow ang ganda talaga dito.maraming turista

  • Peter

    What’s the cost of a small bungalow for two beginning June 17 for several days?

  • Jess R. Fajardo

    How much is overnight at Maxima Aqua fun for a family (5 adults and a kid)? June 3 to 4.

  • Vangie vicente

    how much is the rate per night for 4 pax
    and so with the rental of ammenities or kayak etc

    march 25 to 28

  • bryan

    How much the price of room in Dayang Beach?

  • Rossiel dio

    I would like to get a package for Samal Island and Davao. 3D/2N. April 30-May 2, 2015 for 2 pax. Thanks.

  • Philip dizon

    Maxima is all the way fun giant slides.. Only two in the world, canopy walk, diving total adventure and nature..

  • jheannie

    All these destinations are serviced by Davao Express Water Taxi just visit our website http://www.davaowatertaxi.com or call 082 2957488 for bookings or you’re more than welcome to visit our booking office at Sta. Ana wharf, Davao City

  • Ludwig

    I think for Vanishing Island, Island French Resort owns the boat not Marex.

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