April 16, 2013

Ten Must-Do in Dakak Park and Beach Resort.

1. Enjoy Dakak's white-sand beach.
The resort has a beautiful white-sand beach with clear blue waters. Go swimming, banana-boating, or just sit by the shore and enjoy the view. Relax, read a book, or just listen to the waves while waiting for the sunset.

2. Go on an adventure.
Risk life and limb by visiting Dakak's Adventure Zone. Go ziplining, rappelling, mountain-climbing, scuba diving, horseback riding, or drive around on an ATV.

3. Go Cove-Hopping.
Visit a bat cave, a fisherman's village, and neighboring beaches.

4. Go on a River-Cruise and Fish Pond Tour.
This tour will end at the Kinilaw ug Inihaw sa Fishpond Restaurant. They serve crabs, oysters, milkfish, prawns, and other favorite filipino dishes. I had my first meal there when I arrived. And I totally loved the food! The river cruise was quite relaxing, too.

5. Visit Aliguay Island.
The island has white sand (with lots of corals) and deep blue waters. Just perfect for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and diving.  The island has rooms if you want to stay overnight. Or, you can set up your own tent.  It is about 45 minutes from Dakak by fast craft.

Rates:

Fare (roundtrip) via M/Y Serpentina from pier 1:
Php 275/person

Overnight stay at Family Pavilion:
Php 5,000.00 minimum of 10pax/room
(in excess of 10 persons, an additional Php 500.00/pax)

6. Have a romantic dinner by the beach.
If you are going there with someone you love, nothing could be more perfect than having dinner by the beach with the amazing Dakak sunset on the background.

7. Dine at Il Patio.
I totally love Dakak's italian restaurant Il Patio. They serve delightful italian food there with the freshest and authentic italian ingredients. My favorite? The four-cheese with tomato and basil pizza!

Also, do not miss the resort's breakfast and dinner buffets!

8. Be a kid again at Fantasyland.
Watch their spectacular show, enjoy the rides, and yes, just be a kid again! Start (or end) your Fantasyland visit with a sumptuous dinner at Fresh Harvest (located at Gloria de Dapitan). Good food!

9. Get pampered.
Have some me-time at the jacuzzi, relax in the sauna, or get a delicious massage at the VIP Spa or at *Hilot.

*Hilot is at Gloria de Dapitan.

10. Try and bring home some banana chips.
The best banana chips on the planet. No kidding! : ) For orders, call the Local Council of Women Project, 0910 6141177.

. . . . .

How to Get There

From Manila or Cebu or some other major cities,
take a flight to Dipolog City.
Cebu Pacific, PAL Express, and Philippine Airlines fly to Dipolog daily.

Dakak has a kiosk at the Dipolog airport.
Just approach any of their staff.
They have a van that will take you to the resort.

. . . . .

Dakak Park and Beach Resort

Barangay Taguilon, Dapitan City

Phone: (065) 2136813
Telefax: (065) 2136647
Mobile: (+63) 918 8038403
Mobile: (+63) 946 6431814
Mobile: (+63) 915 3185238

Manila Office
701 State Financing Center Building
Ortigas Avenue,
Mandaluyong City
(Near POEA Building)

Phone: (02) 6969726 | (02) 5842998 | (02) 6959975
Telefax: (02) 6959871
Mobile: (+63) 918 9480514
Mobile: (+63) 915 3185238

Email: reservation@dakakresort.com


Bookmark and Share

13 comments:

  1. Wow, am happy that Dakak is improving! :) Hope to go back there someday.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Aaahh!! I'm from the south but have never been too Dakak.;/ Have to visit the soonest! Is the sand like Boracay?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It is white, like the sand in Boracay. But it is not as fine. Not sure though because the last time I was in Boracay was many years ago! :) Go visit, Wella! The vibe in Dakak is not like Boracay, but it is charming and definitely worth visiting. :)

      Delete
  3. I was supposed to go there back when I was really young together with my dad, but because of his arthritis, naiwan kami ng barge papuntang dakak. :)) He was limping from the bus to the port tapos yun, di na namin inabutan. HAHAHAHA! Sana next time makakapunta na talaga ako ng Dakak. Nice post ate Ai! :) Love the pictures!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That is a funny story, Kyle! :D I hope you get to visit one day. And thank you. :)

      Delete
  4. Kahit sino makakita pictures dito, for sure gugustuhin nya na pumunta Dakak. Ang ganda.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I should include Dakak in the family's list of places to visit. :) Been there more than 10 years ago but I don't think it was this beautiful then.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The kids would love Dakak, Mi! Three pools, an adventure zone, a beautiful beach, and Fantasyland! : )

      Delete
  6. This is a very helpful and awesome post! We have already planned our trip to Dakak on the third week of August and we're surely gonna check out some of these :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That's wonderful! Enjoy! And do not miss the breakfast buffet. Haha.

      Delete
  7. Wow, Aileen! This is so helpful. Me and my friends will go there on the 23rd. Weeeh! We are so excited now.

    ReplyDelete

Instagram

Throwback

Kolkata, India | Part Two.

“ The traveler has to knock at every alien door to come to his own, and he has to wander through all the outer worlds to reach the innermo...

Follow by Email

be nice!

Photos and texts are all mine unless otherwise stated. If you want to borrow anything from this site, please email me at absiroy@gmail.com.

I'm nice and I will certainly reply to your emails. :D

You can also follow me over at twitter or instagram (@travelfoodfinds). Do visit my personal blog, too! : ) Thank you!

Search This Blog

On Travel

"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.”
{ Mark Twain }

. . .

“We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.”
{ Anaïs Nin }

Categories

10 Dove Street 798 Art District Abstract Art Agra Aguirre Avenue Air Passenger Bill of Rights in the Philippines All About Chocolates AlwaysOpen Anthony Bourdain Antique Market Aquari Travellers Suites Aracama Filipino Cuisine Ardent Hot Springs Art Exhibit Auschwitz Awesome Desserts Backpackers Hostel Bags Bantayan Island Bataan Beabi Bed Linens Beijing Beijing Acrobatic Show Beijing Itinerary Best of the West BF Homes BGC Bicol Region Birkenau Blog Give Away Bonifacio Global City Restaurants Breakfast Bronuts Burgers Butterfly Dreams Caffe Puccini Cagayan De Oro Cakes Calcutta Camera Bags Camiguin Camiña Balay Nga Bato Cebu Affordable Hotel Cebu City Hotel Cebu Delicacies Cebu Party Venue Celebrations Charger Organizers Charming Cafes China Chinese Dimsum Chinese Food Chinese Visa Christmas2012 CNN Coffee Cronuts Cupcakes Dakak Park and Beach Resort Danao Bohol Dapitan Davao City Denny's DennysPH Diamond Suites and Residences Dinner with Strangers Dublin Eat With Locals Edinburgh Events Fab Finds Fab Pinoys Family Fashion Photographer Filipino Food Food Free Falling Fried Chicken Garment Organizers Getting Published Gloria de Dapitan Gloria's Fantasyland Glorietta Good Food Grafea Gratitude Journal Guest-Post Guiob Church Heritage House Holi Festival 2014 Hot Chocolate How to Apply for Tourist Visa to India How to go to Camiguin Hutong Tour Iloilo City India Inspiration Ireland Italian Food Italian Restaurant Jaisalmer Japanese Food Japanese Restaurant Jollibee Kagay Kate Spade Katibawasan Falls Kolkata Krakow Larcy's Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Le Terrasse Leather Bags Life List of countries that need visa to the Philippines London Luxurious Bed Linens Magnum Opus Coffee Makati Cafes Makati Restaurants Make Your Own Pizza Mother Teresa's Tomb Mt. Pinatubo Mutianyu Great Wall My Cebu Nikon Noodle Soups Olympic Venue Otap Palawan Pancit Molo Panini Paranaque City Restaurants Parks and Gardens Parts Unknown Party Venues Passenger Rights Passion Night 4 Pasta Personal Philippine Art Gallery Philippine Beach Resorts Philippine Churches Philippine Dive Spots Philippine Festivals Philippine Restaurants Pinoy Artists Pinto Art Gallery Pizza Places to Stay Poland Pork Ribs Portrait Photographer Portraits Project Pie Puerto Princesa Quezon City Restaurants Quick Update Rajasthan Random Thoughts Robertos Rosquillos Samal Island Shi Lin Shopping in China Siopao Soft Bed Linens Sonyas Garden Southeast Asia Sponsored Post St. Paul's Cathedral Stops Hostel Stories on the Road Street Food Summer Summer in the Philippines Sunken Cemetery Swatch Watch Taal Volcano Tagaytay Tagore House Tagore House and Museum Taiwanese Food Taj Mahal Temples Ten Must-Do Thai Food Thai Restaurant The Fort The Girl + The Bull The Great Wall of China The Marble Palace The People You Meet Along the Way The Plunge The Queen Siopao Theme Park Titays Toboggan at the Great Wall Tour With Locals Tourist Visa to India Travel Travel Packing Travel Photography Travel Stories Travel Website Travel: Asia Travel: Europe Travel: Philippines Travelfoodfinds Trekking United Kingdom Uptown Mall Vanilla Cupcake Bakery and Cafe Varanasi Varanasi Hostel Victoria Memorial Hall Video Vietnamese Food Visa Exemptions for Filipinos. List of countries Filipinos could visit without a visa Visa information for tourists entering the Philippines Visa to China Warsaw What to do in Cagayan De Oro Where to Stay in Camiguin Where to Stay in Varanasi White Island White Sand Beach Whitewater Rafting Withlocals York Ziplining
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...