Canibad Beach Resort

This is one of the beach resorts that is less developed, so locals and tourist should not expect to see high end facilities and amenities such as air-conditioned rooms and classy restaurants. If you wish to stay the night at the beach, it is recommended that you bring a tent with you, there are also cottages that are available for 200 pesos per night. There are no restaurants in the area, so you can cook your own food in your own designated area. You can gather around a bonfire at night while you eat and drink with the locals and other tourists of the place, you can also do other merrymaking activities in your tents or by the beach. The main purpose of this resort is to help their guests escape the every day stress of the city and to help their guests get some social media and wifi detox. You can even go cliff diving since the cliff is not that high from the ocean and the water is deep enough to catch you once you jump.

If you are not a good swimmer yet you still want to try their water activities, then you can rent life vests from the locals of the resort, you can also go boat riding, kayaking, snorkeling and diving. The entrance fee is 50 pesos per person and the cottages can be used for 24 hours for only 400 pesos per day. They have overnight rooms that you can rent, and they range from 1,200 pesos to 3,100 pesos depending on how many people are going to stay in one room.

If you wish to stay at this resort, you can do so by flying from Manila to Davao, your airfare will depend on your airline. You can then ride a taxi going to the Sasa Wharf, it will take you 15 minutes. You can then ride a boat going to Samal Island, the barge is available 24/7 depending on the weather. Once you reach Samal, you can then ask the driver of a motorcycle or a tricycle to drive you to the Canibad Secret Paradise Resort, they will then drop you off at the top of the mountain and you can start your walk towards the resort.

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