About twenty kilometers away from Dapitan, passing through some mountains, the road to Dakak is about ninety percent cemented already. One can just imagine how it was some years back when the road was still rough. The resort sits on a cove which has a 750 meter private beach with powdery white sand. The cottages are native style some by the mountainside and others at the beachfront. Natural spring water and tumbling waterfalls feed the resort's two swimming pools. Water sports are also available, as well as a tennis court. Since we just stayed there for the day, we did not get to see the rooms which I heard have already passed their prime. After all the hype I have heard about the resort, I was a bit disappointed. Although the sand was powdery white but the sea was not that clear. But this did not hinder me from taking to the sea.
When we were there we noticed an unusual number of young people around. We just heard that these were youth from the different towns of Zamboanga del Norte who were being treated or “secluded” for a few days by different political parties as the election for the Sangguniang Kabataan was slated during that week.
Entrance to the park was 200 pesos per person, the half of which was consumable at the restaurant. Contact numbers: 0919-7959416/ 0915-3185238. Tel. 065-2136813. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The cottages are sprawled all over the place. Some are on the mountain side while the rest are by the sea.