The famous Dakak Beach
is most known for its strikingly shaped bay and powdery white sand, and as a
diving Mecca in Mindanao. Perfect blue waters, tremendous dive sites with great
quantity of coral reefs, and a wonderful sunset scope characterize this tropical
Eden. Dakak Park and Beach Resort boasts 15 hectares of wooded land, a natural
reservoir for native plants and animals, and a 750-meter private white-sand
Nestled on the tip of Northern Zamboanga, Dakak faces the Sulu Sea in the west and is surrounded by mountains on its east side. Conveniently encircled by large island, Dakak tactfully avoids the typhoon belt, making it the ideal all-season destination
Zamboanga del Norte today is equally famous for Dakak Beach, the province's leading natural attraction. The very popular Dakak Beach is most known for its beautifully shaped cove and powdery white sand, and as a diving mecca in Mindanao. Perfect blue waters, tremendous dive sites with an wealth of coral reefs, and a splendid sunset horizon distinguish this tropical Eden. Dakak Park and Beach Resort boasts 15 hectares of wooded land, a natural reservoir for native plants and animals, and a 750-meter private white-sand beach
Dipolog which is about 2 hours by air from
Manila, you will enjoy the beauty of Dakak
where you can discover coral reefs while you
scuba dive in astonishing clear waters. It
also boasts of fine white sand and surrounded
by glamorous flowers and coconut
sites in Dakak
HOW TO GET THERE
• Philippine Airlines flies four times a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday) to Dipolog City from Manila.
• From Cebu, you may take the fast ferry to Dapitan City.
• The flight from Manila is 70 minutes while the fast ferry from Cebu takes 4 hours.
• All visitors and guests are met by Dakak's A.N.G.E.L.S. at Dipolog Airport or Dapitan Landing stage and are escorted to the resort via private coach to Dapitan and from then on via private motor take-off, arriving at Dakak approximately 45 minutes later. Baggage is checked through to reception.
The newest attraction in Dapitan, Dakak, is fast becoming a popular dive spot. Dapitan, a city since 1963, is on the northwestern coast of Zamboanga del Norte in Mindanao. The city is known for the Rizal Shrine where the Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal spent his last four years in exile.