Giant Clam Sanctuary Samal

Samal City, Davao del Norte

Giant Clam Sanctuary is located at the white sand islet across from Barangay Adecor, the fishing village beside Pearl Farm Resort in Samal Island, Davao del Norte. The giant clam sanctuary is a community based Eco-Tourism Project managed by the AdeCor United Fisherfolks Organization in partnership with the Local Government Unit of Island Garden City of Samal and is currently under the protection o ...

f Davao del Norte State College. Its aim is to promote biodiversity preservation, education, tourism, and livelihood.

Giant Clam Sanctuary Samal News

  • A Fil-Am Expedition To Manila And Davao

    A Fil-Am Expedition To Manila And Davao

    After many years of living in the United States, hearing Filipino announcement on board an airline is indeed a welcome treat, paired with heart-warming smiles native to the Philippines. Christmas songs playing in the background instantly calmed our nerves as we wrapped up business to get into a vacation mode. Holidays bring back joy of childhood memories spent with our family and old friends. No wonder, Filipino Americans rush to Manila this season of the year.

    For the first time, Filipino American media were invited by the Philippine Consulate General of New York (PCGNY) and the Department ...

  • Taklobo Tours 2017

    Taklobo Tours 2017

    I'm not really a big fan of beaches and oceans because of their salty taste and I've thought that I've explored all that Samal Island has to offer from beaches, island hopping, Hagimit falls, seeing dolphins and others. I was so used to Samal that it surprises me when people from other regions would see its white sand and are amazed by it when it's what I've always seen but wait there's more! There's still the rich underwater life of Samal and one way to explore it is through the Taklobo Tours.

    What is Taklobo? Taklobo is a local term for Giant Clams. These are one of the most endangered cl ...

  • Soon-to-open Malagos Chocolate Spa And Duterte-spotting 10 Reasons To Visit Davao Anew

    Soon-to-open Malagos Chocolate Spa And Duterte-spotting 10 Reasons To Visit Davao Anew

    Davao is drawing global attention lately as the hometown of the country's president. But Davao has always been one of the key cities to explore when visiting the best of the Philippines. With an apt tourism slogan, "Life is Here," Davao has good infrastructures and offers natural attractions such as breathtaking beaches, lush flora and faun, abundant fruits including its famous durian, and a rich indigenous culture.

    The Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Wanda Teo recently revealed her office's development plans (Read related story: DOT to focus on Davao and Mindanao) in the coming years ...

  • Giant Clam Sanctuary Snorkeling With The Giants

    Giant Clam Sanctuary Snorkeling With The Giants

    TIPS:

    • Boat rental from Brgy Acedor port to the sanctuary - Php 500/head more or less. Option is to just rent a small outrigger boat
    Contact person for boat ride: Kuya Robert - 09496579661
    • Entrance fee: Php 100.00 inclusive of environmental fee
    • Equipment rentals: Php 100 for mask and snorkel, Php 100 for rash guard
    • You are not allowed to touch nor step on these Giant Clams.
    • Short briefing/introductions is a must to know more about these awesome creatures.
    • The park is under the guardianship of Davao del Norte State College, which in turn initiated an eco-tourism ...

  • Davao Del Norte Part 3 BecomingFilipino Your Travel Blog

    This is "Part 3" of our #BecomingFilipino: Your Travel Blog Davao Del Norte Episode...

    Here you will see some of my favourite spots in Samal Island, which includes the giant clam sanctuary, bat caves, and hagimit falls. As well, I got caught up in a rain storm swimming... so had some fun making Lucky Me! Lomi :)

    Super Apir!

  • Giant Clam Sanctuary In Samal Island Taklobo Tours

    An eco-tourism project managed by the AdeCor United Fisherfolks Organization (ACUFOR) in partnership with the Island Garden City of Samal (IGACOS) LGU and Davao del Norte State College (DNSC).