Without a doubt, some of the country's finest beaches can be found in the coastal waters of Davao Gulf.
The Gulf has an area of 308,000 hectares that cuts into the island of Mindanao from the Celebes Sea and is surrounded by all four provinces in the Davao Region, and likewise circled by seven cities, namely: Davao, Tagum, Panabo, Samal, Digos, Panabo, and Mati.
The largest island in the gulf is Samal Island. While Davao City, on the Gulf's west coast, has the largest and busiest port.
Still undeveloped, the beach has white sands and crystal clear blue waters. Loca ...
When climbers go to the sea...as usual kiat gihapon, dli mutuo ug buyag2,hasta gihapong samuka!hehe
Banaybanay in Davao Oriental is not just Mindanao's rice granary it is also one spot for a new island getaway.
Burias Island in Puntalinao, Banaybanay, Davao Oriental is an 8-hectare protected sand bar. From Bon Homie Leisure and Resort in Puntalinao, one takes an outrigger (banca) for 15 minutes to reach Burias Island.
Swimming in its clean, clear turquoise water is a must do while snorkeling is a delight. Different corals abound just a few steps from the sand part. Just don't go too far. The Davao Gulf is one big and deep body of water.
When the lure of the sea wanes and the lure of ...