Talikud Island is a popular destination for its excellent diving sites and beautiful palm-lined beaches. It is located south-west of Samal Island where the exclusive Pearl Farm Island Resort spreads along its picturesque bay. Although Talikud Island is still in its initial stage in terms of development of its tourist facilities, it boasts two of the best diving sites in the Davao Gulf ??" Coral Ga ...
rden and Mansud Wall. There are also laid-back tropical beaches sprawled around the coast of its four barangays.
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If you have never been to Davao, then you might rethink going here especially during summer and visit Samal or Talicud Island.
Trip to Talicud Island Mangove Sanctuary, Island Garden City of Samal.
When Talicud Island in the Island Garden City of Samal in Davao del Norte opens its beaches to the general public, the stretch of long beach would be one of its popular attractions. It almost-literally pulls in most of the visitors to the region, owing to its crystal-clear waters, and kilometers-long stretch of fine white sand.
The waters are clean enough to be mistaken as a swimming pool, especially if you haven't gone to a beach in so long. Feel free to take a dip in the water: snorkel, dive, and enjoy an underwater adventure in its sparkling waters.
However, on one weekend, the only " ...
There are so many things to do in Davao City, so many attractions to spend time and relish the experience.
Here are the two places within Davao City and the nearby province of Davao del Norte (Samal and Talikud Island, jump-off point via Sta Ana wharf in Davao City) which I recently visited and where I would recommend as must-visit places in your sojourn here in Davao.
Isla Cristina and the Wishing Island
Thanks to Kaiser Mangampo and Wayph, an online travel agency. About 22 online influencers from the Davao Digital Influencers got a whole day island hopping tour around Samal Island a ...
The Great Santa Cruz Island in Zamboanga, which recently landed on National Geographic Magazine's top 21 beaches in the world, is another priority for the Department of Tourism (DOT).
"Hardly lacking in gorgeous beaches, the Philippines claims a pink-sand variety, too," the magazine said. "The blush color comes from billions of pieces of crushed red organ-pipe coral, seen in every handful of sand."
Tourism Secretary Wanda Corazon T. Teo expressed pride in the citation from the prestigious international magazine. She instructed Region 9 Director Antonio Fernando M. Blanco to ...
Unexpected Family Reunion @ Samal Island .
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