Located in the southern part of the Philippines is the Samal group of Islands, an archipelago consisting of nine islands which stretch out over a land area of 28,000 hectares. Samal is a beautiful, tranquil and exotic island with a coastline adorned with white sand beaches, abundant marine life, rock formations, mangroves, and landscape elements of coconut palms, flowering plants and fruit-bearing trees. The area is blessed with various natural attractions and flourishing flora and fauna.
Nestled on the quiet side of Samal Island, The Pearl Farm Beach Resort is a mere 45-minute boat ride from the wharf. This fourteen (14) hectare spread was once a pearl farm, where thousands of white-lipped oysters transported from the Sulu Sea, were cultivated for their pink, white and gold pearls. Today, the resort beckons with the promise of a relaxing, private retreat, under the care of its friendly and charming staff.
For the sports enthusiast, tennis courts are available during the day and at night. The resort also offers a wide array of water sports activities that include wind surfing, water polo, jet skiing, water skiing, banana boat rides and scuba diving. Sea kayaks, hobie cats and wave runners are also available.
The Pearl Farm’s attractions however, go much deeper than surface delights. Two (2) sunken World War II Japanese vessels await discovery from scuba divers, just 60 meters away from the resort. Marine life has been protected and nurtured over the past years, and the area surrounding the resort has been declared a marine sanctuary.
Deluxe Accommodation with 73 guestrooms, suites, cottages on stilts perched above the sea and exclusive villas are designed from Maranao and Samal ethnic influences in both materials and form. Inside, decorative details and multihued patterns reflect the islands vibrant culture as inspired by the region’s rich tribal ancestry.
Malipano Island, a secluded island located a few hundred meters off Samal Island, is where seven (7) exclusive villas of the resort are nestled. It offers three holes of golf and at the west side, the island faces a pristine white sand beach.
MALIPANO ISLAND VILLA
The Maranao Restaurant features delicious Filipino and International Cuisine with fresh seafood specialties. A wide assortment of exotic tropical fruits grow abundantly in the fertile landscapes of Davao and neighboring provinces, as well as Samal Island itself, giving Pearl Farm the ease to serve them fresh at the Maranao Restaurant.
Enjoy cocktails at the Parola Bar with inspiring views of the sea and nearby islands. Or perhaps, you can get romantic and order for a customized dinner under the stars or on the shore.
Room service is available at the resort.
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