Soak up the tropical sun and visit beautiful beach locations in Davao by joining this island hopping tour of Samal Island. You will visit several hidden coves and islets, namely Wishing Island, Diaz Island, Taklobo Sanctuary, Kaputian Beach, Malipano Island, Dela Paz Island, Samal Mariculture, Starfish Sanctuary, and Pearl Farm. This whole day tour includes an English speaking local guide, a delicious packed lunch, docking, and environmental fees to attractions, boat transfers, and transport service to and from your hotel in Davao City.
Wishing Island is a small piece of land jutting from the sea about 1km distance from the shore in Samal Island near the Pearl Farm. You will pass by the diminutive islet before heading off to Diaz Island, a hidden gem of a beach that boasts of white sands and fresh blue waters that’s ideal for swimming. After a quick dip in Diaz Island, it’s time to visit giant clams at the Taklobo Sanctuary and witness first hand how conservators preserve these endangered species from extinction. Once you’ve had your fill of the giant clams, you’ll ride the boat and head off to Kaputian Beach, which is famous for its fine white sand and clear blue waters by the shoreline.
More hidden coves and white sandy shorelines await you at your next Samal beach destinations: Malipano Island and Dela Paz Island. Both share the same crystal clear waters and fine powdery sands that Samal Island is known for. Afterward, its time to go to Samal Mariculture Park to learn more about the local fishing industry. The 244-hectare water facility houses various fish varieties in cages and is an important source of livelihood for the locals. Afterward, you will proceed to the Starfish Sanctuary to see a wide variety of these marine lives in their local habitat. Your final stop is at the Pearl Farm Beach Resort, a 14-hectare resort destination that used to be a place for cultivating sea pearls. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction famous for its luxurious amenities.
Explore Samal Island, a popular beach destination that’s roughly 50km away from Davao City. This island-hopping adventure will take you around Samal Island’s hidden coves and scenic beaches. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.