Don’t be misguided by its name: Pearl Farm Beach Resort in Davao City.
To my knowledge, the resort is not a place where you can buy lots of pearls nor is a beach with a pearl farm. Personally I had never seen a pearl farm in the island—only a shop selling pearls which I never dared to verify their authenticity. I don’t even know what’s the real from the bogus one. LOL…
All I can say is that, this haven of serenity and stunning panorama is your tropical paradise in Southern Philippines. Pearl Farm Beach Resort is an island off Davao City and can be accessed by boat which would ferry visitors to Samal island. The natural grandeur of the island is a place where you can, perhaps, attain Nirvana. It was not even crowded when we went there. Perhaps, only few know about this gem of retreat or maybe, it’s too expensive for the tourists to bother going there.
The serenity of the island is what I like. Visitors can leisurely walk along its tropical rainforests, hills, and sandy seashores.
Every visitor in the island resort gets a complimentary drink as soon as you embark on the ferry.
This is the cottage where you embark from the ferry.
You got money to splurge? Spent it here. You won’t regret it. You’ll get a cottage of your own!
When your’e there, don’t spend your whole day at the beach. Stroll around and discover the flora and fauna in the island.
Oh the infinity pool is such a lovely place to spend your early morning and late afternoon. It tends to be really so hot during the day when the sun is up.
The Beach Resort also has another, smaller pools like the ones above.
I personally like the smaller infinity pool because it’s not crowded and there’s more palms trees and shades. They even have a hammock right next to it.
Can you imagine yourself with Johnny Depp here or Bradley Cooper? No? 😀
Well, I can imagine myself with Zac Efron here. LOL…
When you have enough salt water, go hiking to the top of the mountain and you’ll be rewarded with a view like this.
Just across the main Pearl Farm Beach Resort is another tiny island where you can stay if you choose to.
To get to the opposite island, you have to take this outrigger boat. It take less than 3 minutes.
Or you can swim in less than 10 minutes if you could. And hey, you can walk around the whole island, too!
The sand quality of the island opposite the main beach resort has much better quality. It’s powdery white and has less pebbles.
They have more cottages here, too. It’s peaceful and less crowded. There were only three of us when we went there. The whole beach was ours to enjoy.
When the sun gets you, stay at one of the sheds by the beach. Guess where am I taking this photo? On a hammock!
There was so much food on our buffet lunch that day but I only had this one. No rice. Yay! I’m on a diet! Hahahahaha…
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