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Wednesday, 04 July 2012
Canibad Beach Resort

Canibad Beach Resort in Barangay Aundanao Samal Island is a great place to go if you want to get away from the noise of honking vehicle and stressful life in the city. It is just a few minutes ride from Davao City plus a 10 minute walk downhill before you reach the Canibad Cove with white sand and irresistible cool splashing water.

It is one of the beach resorts which is less developed, guests should not expect to perceive classy restaurants and air-conditioned rooms. For those who want to stay overnight at the beach, it is advisable to bring a tent with you, cottages are also available for around P200 pesos per night. Since there are no restaurants in the resort, cooking your own food in designated areas is a good idea.

Despite the simplicity of the place, guests who love to take pictures will not be disappointed. Canibad Beach Resort still has a lot of beautiful subjects to offer the nature itself will welcome you.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 March 2014 )


+11 # crystal barrera 2010-03-06 09:31
hi..may entrace fee ba?how much?then yung cottage good for how many person?
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+2 # Teresa 2010-03-21 05:53
Hi, I want to know to reach canibad beach resort from davao city and where to book in case we want to stay overnight.


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+9 # canibadTrekker 2010-03-23 12:43
bring tents at your own risks.
walang rooms doon. 30min to 50mins ata ang traveling time via land transpo.

people their are very hospitable and they were the one who cooked our rice. :D

downhill is really fun. you guys should try going to canibad. 10/10 rating :D
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+2 # happy 2010-04-09 05:56
helo sir, saan yan canibad the exact location? and saan ang exact starting point? taga davao lng kmi and i want to know po..tnx
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-2 # Angelic 2010-04-03 09:16
mag kana ang open cottage for day tour,,and sure talaag kau na 20 lng ung entrance..? magkano po ba ung fare papunta doon from warehaouse sa samal?
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+2 # mary jane 2010-04-04 03:36
i wanna go there!pde txt nyo po how to get there?tnx po..heres my digits
ill appreciate ur reply so much if you do...txt me soon
tnx jane here :-)
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-1 # beverly fernandez 2010-04-04 06:22
ive been there! cheap lng Po s cannibad! lau lng ang byahe..pro enjoy!....prang nag adventure n rn kau! wlang light at nyt....as in lingaw...
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-1 # meryll 2010-04-12 23:16
actuaky meron na pong rooms doon,,ive been there 2 years ago..but di ko alam ang room rates..ive seen 4 rooms
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-1 # yen 2010-04-20 09:51
hello, ask ko lng if good for how many person yong P2oo na cottage nyo? tnx...
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+5 # dudz 2010-04-20 15:03
bale po 25 and entrance... 50 ang bayad sa magdadala ng tent.. and yung papunta dun you can either ride a bus from sta. ana/magsaysay to penaplate/warehouse for 35 pesos then mula sa warehouse sakay ulit ng motor for 60 pesos. or contrata kayo ng multicab (mas safe kung mag multicab kayo kaso kailangan madami kayo para maka mura).

note" meron na po kuryente dun kaso generator nga lang... sa may centro lang ang may electricity and the rest of the place is pitch black at night.
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+4 # Eurydice 2010-04-21 09:50
One of the best beaches I've ever been to. If you guys just want to relax, away from the noise of the city, then this is the place. It just gets pretty crowded during holy week.The water is clean and clear. I suggest you bring your snorkels and goggles because you'll see a lot of lil fishes swimming. There's no electricity there, well some areas do with the use of generator.Don't expect for any pampering services, because Canibad is not a commercial resort.If you're "maarte", then I think this is not the place for you. Don't forget to bring your food going there. You'll be the one to cook you're food, so don't forget to bring gas, coal, your plates, food, plenty of water, etc. If you smoke, I guess it's hard to find Marlboro or other good brands of cigarettes there. So bring your own cigs.The whole stretch of Canibad is not owned by one person, that's why rates differ with regards to the rooms, cottages, entrance, etc.
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-1 # kc 2010-04-21 18:12
yung cottage, good for how many persons? may beds na ba provided? and electric fan?
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-2 # Eurydice 2010-04-22 06:42
Well it depends upon the size. may mga malalaking open cottages don, pwede na 15 people. Ang iba sa open cottages na natutulog. may mga kubo don, pwede mga 3-4 people. Pwede na rin kayo magtent. karamihan don nagtetent eh or sleeping bags - just make sure di rainy season if sleeping bags kayo.

There are no beds provided. dala na lang kayo ng pwede niyo higaan.
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+1 # Eurydice 2010-04-22 06:51
walang electricfan pero mahangin naman don and at night malamig rin.
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+6 # Eurydice 2010-04-22 06:58
The whole stretch of Canibad is not owned by one person, that's why rates differ with regards to the rooms, cottages, entrance, etc. The last time I went there, the entrance was only 35 pesos per head and the cottage was 200 plus. That was April 2009 rate.

Well it's pretty easy going to Canibad. In Davao City, go to Sasa Public Market. From there, go inside until you reach the end part of the market (you will see the sea). Then ride a pumpboat (lantsa in Davao) going to Bak-bak Samal. From there a lot of guys will ask you if you are going to Canibad, if you want to rent a jeepney, etc. If you're a big group then I would suggest you ride a multicab going to Canibad. If it's just a few of you, you can ride the motorcycle. It's bumpy going to Canibad. Don't forget to get the contact number of the driver so if ever you're planning to go back to the city, you can just text them to pick you up.

Hope this helps :lol:
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-1 # Janice 2010-04-26 08:15
hi Eurydice,

from ur description, mukhang maganda tlga dto.. i just want to know if we need a reservation if ppunta kami, do u have any contact number? kasi we are planning to go there, we have our vehicle kasi, pano un san namin puede iwan sasakyan namin? kasi dba we have to ride a boat going there? please give me more details... thanks
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-3 # kentoy 2010-05-13 13:03
helo. tama lahat ng mga sinabi mo. the first place na dadatnan mu from davao riding a lantsa. is BABAK. not bak bak. hahaha. :))
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-1 # khemz 2010-04-22 10:49
hi have good day pwd malaman kong magkano magastos bawat isang tao o bawat pamasahe?plz rply bcoz i'm intirested in your beach resort
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0 # rosemarie 2010-04-23 10:38
talagang maganda jan sa canibad..super.....kaya punta na kau jan....
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-1 # hananh 2010-04-28 09:16
hai poh.. ask lng poh kme f mg kano na poh ang entrance fee and cottage nyo??mgkano din poh ang fair papunta jan??
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-1 # xharyne 2010-05-01 02:35
juz want 2 ask if magkano ang cottage good for 15-20 persons ngaun? based sa mga comments, they lyk the place..well, it seems so interesting...
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-1 # ruinze 2010-05-03 03:36
meron na po kuryente sa cannibad...very nice ung place....
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0 # sheila 2010-05-03 07:53
pwede mag ask safe ba dyan pag mag overnyt...may nagbabantay ba...?yun kasi ang importante sa ami na safety kami...kahit walang kuryente..tnx
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0 # Eurydice 2010-05-08 20:57
So far, di naman kami nanakawan or namugged or whatsoever don. For me, it's pretty much safe. Minsan sa sleeping bag pa nga kami natutulog. But of course, just to be sure na lang rin, bring some padlocks for your bags. Walang security guards don.
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-2 # melisa 2010-05-03 16:37
good day 1..anu po contact number ng cannibad?..tpz po yung info about the entrance and payments..thanks po..Godbless..
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-1 # dayen 2010-05-07 06:29
hi, can i have the amenities, rates of cannibad, plz do contact me in this no. 0909632829..pls...tnx...coz wer planning to have an overnyt stay there...tnx...
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-1 # Aileen 2010-05-07 18:09
How to get there? If I am from Davao. Is it from Sta Ana Warf?
How much is the entrance?
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-1 # Eurydice 2010-05-08 20:53
Janice: Hi there. Sorry if it took so long for me to respond to your question. If you have a vehicle, then you can go to Sasa. You can just ask people there where is the barge going to Samal. From there, you can ask some people how to get to Canibad. I'm sorry I can't give you exact details on how to get there from Samal pier cause I don't drive. Anyway they have parking space there. It's actually at the top of the cliff (I think it's a cliff), and you have to walk down the cliff in order for you to reach the beach.
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0 # blue_butterfly 2010-05-10 14:01
;-) hi guys. u dont need room rates and reservation because canibad beach is a hidden paradise. If u need someone to take you there I know a person who can do it. . . just dont hesitate to email me. . .
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-1 # elaine 2010-05-14 03:43
elo, pwede po malaman kung may entrance fee? mgkano po?
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-1 # aiche 2010-05-15 17:10
hi !..yung bahay kubo bah nila is pwedeng matulugan and magkano po ang renta??..
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-1 # iriz 2010-05-16 05:25
hello, I just wanna ask if it's safe there if mag overnight...I wanna go there..soon..pls.help me how to go there..I'm from Tagum City
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-1 # sheila 2010-05-20 17:08
san po mas malapit papunta sa canibad...magsakay ng bus ba2 sa penaplata...o mag sakay lantsa...?tnx
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0 # mikhael 2010-05-26 02:45
maganda tlga sa canibad pero di mxado sa na develpo ang entrance feee doon iba iba kase walng nag mamay ari ng resort meon 10 pesos at 5 pesos ang cotteges nila 200 to 400 good for 20 persons kung ala kaung sasakyan papunta sa canibad resort wag nlng kaung pumunta kasi walang bus doon na duma daan tapos very rocky road ang daan
kung papunta pa kau dis apointed kau pero pag dating nyosa beach mawawala ang disappointment nyo sa ganda ng beach walang katulad ang canibad resort........
kung palno nyo mag overnight doon kailangan tlga magdala ng tent at emergency light kase walang kuryente doon at walang tubig
safe ka mag overnight doon kase maraming tao doon
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0 # AsianError 2010-11-20 21:11
Hi guys. Actually, my family and I are gonna have vacation in the Philippines next year. I haven't seen my friends for a long long time so I want to bond w/ them, I think we're gonna be at least 20-30 people. And I want to stay there overnight so I want to know how many people can a cottage hold, and how much will it be overall. (Including entrance fee) Please reply :) I chose this one 'cause it's seems fun, interesting, and relaxing :)
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+2 # jarius 2012-11-26 02:40
Been here countless times.....best place to relax and forget about all your troubles... if your there its like a different world...where everything is so serene and peaceful...love it here!!
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+1 # john 2012-12-18 04:13
can you give me your contact number? just want to ask a few questions about the resort. tnx
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-1 # Jasmine 2013-09-05 13:24
Hi, I just want to ask kung magkano po entrance fee (overnight) sa Canibad and how to get there via land transpo? Salamat po :)
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