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... the resort is very well maintained. We stayed in a Garden Room. The bathroom tiles were old and the phone looked like a...
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... with our accommodation which we paid 5k per night and the room was big and we were 3 person on a room as I requested to...
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... We took the group package with 1,650/pax. The family room was clean and big enough. Breakfast was Ala Carte, not...
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... I am planning to have a family tour this july 19-21,2018. do you have a slot for a family room good for 14 adults and 4 kids? an how much is the rate for 2 nights? thank you
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SummerDaysPh wrote a review May 2016
Manila, Philippines1005 contributions146 helpful votes
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I came here with very little expectations because I have been seeing Dakak commercials in Eat Bulaga ever since I was little so I expected it to be kind of old and dilapidated. To my surprise, the resort is very well maintained. We stayed in a Garden Room. The bathroom tiles were old and the phone looked like a throwback from the 80's. But our room was very spacious and clean. It had two big and comfortable beds.

The resort property is several hectares big so it can be quite tiring to go around on foot. They do have resort shuttle that you can ride going around. There are several huge pools that's perfect for families with young children. There are also many adventure activities that you can try which make sure you will not get bored staying here. The beach is wide and though the sand is more yellow than white, it is very fine.

There are several restaurants with different cuisine to choose from, ranging from affordable prices to fine dining prices. The cultural show during dinnertime was entertaining.

Service was great and their staff and managers were very accommodating.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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J3msy wrote a review May 2015
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We stayed in Dakak overnight we arrived 12noon but we can't check in until 2pm while we ate in their restaurant near the sea the price if the food was so expensive we paid 3800 for 6 person only and one menu each after it was past 2pm already we walked going to the reception to get our keys and there were so many people waiting and my husband complain I wrote awesome as a title of my review because the fantasyland was free with our accommodation which we paid 5k per night and the room was big and we were 3 person on a room as I requested to have additional I was happy to the price then in the night we watched the awesome spectacular the best show I've ever seen in my whole life the fire the dancing the fairies it was worth all the money then after that we have a free breakfast and sightseeing to the place and swimming in the beautiful sea indeed it was a very good holiday after I recommend to the people who will read this review to visit dakak and watch our to their food price
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Samatha T wrote a review Mar 2017
Dumaguete City, Philippines14 contributions9 helpful votes
I was there with 12 other family and friends. We took the group package with 1,650/pax. The family room was clean and big enough. Breakfast was Ala Carte, not buffet. The place was great and staff were friendly. What I did not like was that the place is too big. You had to walk a bit to go to the pool area or to the beach. No carts for guest with rooms that are located far. From the city center of Dapitan it would take around 30 mins to go to the resort. But free van transfer was provided for. We have the River cruise for lunch. The food was not that good. But still be enjoyed the fresh breeze of the River. We have fun singing in the River cruise. But other than that I enjoyed my stay.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
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scott w wrote a review Jul 2015
Hong Kong, China130 contributions62 helpful votes
Unfortunately I went solo.

The beach is one of the best I've seen in Visayas. The white sand is almost flour fine. There's a huge marked off area for swimming (I think) that the jet skis and banana boats fly through... D'oh

The grounds are immaculate. Three pools for swimming of all types. One of the pools has two water slides accompanied in the background by good old rock and roll music.

The main restaurant overlooking the water is good. I had the buffet for the three meals I was there. There are a couple of other restaurants but being from San Francisco, didn't want to eat italian in PH...

All the staff I encounter were very friendly and helpful.

The room was somewhat dated but adequate. The twin beds in my room were adorned by towels folded as kissing swans. Nice touch, but...

All in all, I would definitely go back with a swan of my own! Partially because the TV reception is terrible. Hahaha
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Traveled solo
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chadsea wrote a review Sep 2008
Quezon City, Philippines1 contribution5 helpful votes
My first time to visit the world famous Dakak Nature Park and Beach Resort...

Date: April 23-25, 2008
Occasion: PFCCO's 48th Annual General Assembly and Educational Forum
Via: Philippine Airlines (Manila to Dipolog) then Shuttle Service from Dipolog to Dakak.

Dakak is very ideal for those who doesn't want the commercialized and overly crowded Bora scene... They have their inhouse bars though, but don't expect too much of a party scene here... Dakak is for peace and quiet and relaxation...

Things you can buy at Dakak, Dapitan, or Dipolog: high quality yet low priced bottled sardines in oil or brine, some native nito baskets, nito wallets, etc... Souvenir shirt here is expensive though.

Some hints to first time Dakak travellers:

LUNCH UPON ARRIVAL: If you took the morning flight (10am or 11am), ask your service to stop by and have lunch at Dapitan instead of at Dakak. It's cheaper and there are lots of seafood houses along Dapitan where you can enjoy the crabs, oysters and shrimps at an affordable price. Btw, the guide will tell you that it's 15 minutes from Dipolog to Dakak... well... that's a very conservative estimate... It's more of 30-35 minutes, so grab your lunch along the way...

FIRST TIME RECEPTION/CHECK-IN: 1st stop upon entering Dakak is the reception area (with the vertical Dakak landmark) where you get your keys. You would expect your cottage to be nearby but nope, you will have to ride another van or pickup coz the villas, resto, and the beach is another kilometer away uphill a mountain forest going down to the beach front....

NAVIGATING ALONG DAKAK: Be ready with your walking shorts, some hat and umbrella in case it would rain or be too sunny coz going to and from your villa takes some hike. Villas seem to be too far from the pools, beach and restaurant but if you get the hang of it, Dakak is easy to navigate by foot. And it's a good cardio exercise...

DAPITAN AND DIPOLOG DAY TOUR: Do not forget to set a tour at Rizal's Shrine at Dapitan DURING THE DAYTIME, not night time please. Also, they will bring you to Gloria de Dapitan (owned by the Jalosjos as well) where you can have some Eastwood-like mall experience. If you have the leisure of time, ask your tour guide to bring you to Dipolog Market for you to have time to buy cheaper souvenir items and food stuffs. Dapitan and Dakak souvenirs are quite costly. especially at Dakak's souvenir shop... :(

GOING BACK HOME: If you buy bottled sardines, don't hand carry coz they will tell you to put it in your baggage for check-in so better put it there in the first place.

Would I come back to Dakak? - Airfare going to Dipolog is quite costly, and I wasn't able to see the regular room rates coz we were there on group package so hmmm... If you're on a tight budget, think twice. But if it's your first time to visit, it's worth it. As for me, I would definitely go back given the means to go there, to see more of Dapitan and Dipolog, and enjoy again Dakak's tranquil and hidden beauty...

(see photos at my multiply account: richavena)
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Date of stay: April 2008Trip type: Traveled on business
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