Angel’s Cove is one of the few popular dive and snorkeling spots in Island Garden City of Samal. The tame shallow waters make it fit for snorkeling tourists. Also, a lot of divers visit the place for its rich marine biodiversity. If you have come to Davao for island tours, there’s a high chance that Angel’s Cove is part of your island hopping itinerary.
I have only been to Angel’s cove a couple of times. The tourist operators and locales of Samal must have preserved and maintained its pristine waters and natural beauty over the years since nothing much have changed each time I visit the place.
The latest visit I had was with ETours Davao during the Davao FAT earlier this year. ETours Davao is one of the few tour companies in Davao which offers island tour packages for tourists. The package we availed included the boat rental, one tour guide and free usage of snorkeling gears for the tour guests.
If you wish to experience Angel’s Cove in Samal, Davao, you may contact the guys who brought us there on these numbers:
Thanks to Byahilo’s DiscOVIry contest that forced me to explore the depths of my photo library for photos of Philippine Beaches. I’ll be posting in the coming days a few of the 7, 107 beach destinations in our country. I have always dreamed of visiting all of these but for now, let’s enjoy few of my lakwatsas (trips).
For the first photo, I present to you the Angel Cove in Samal, Davao City. This little paradise is among the hottest snorkeling and diving destinations in Samal Island. The last time I went there was during our December 2007 island hopping in Davao (Samal). Whole day boat rental usually ranges from 5000 to 7000 pesos. It’s worth it especially if you share the expense with a group.
The photo above is from Babu Santa in Samal, one of the drop-offs during our Island Hopping. I’ve only been here a couple of times and I fell in-love with this place. It’s an undeveloped white-sand beach resort. We have used this place before for our photo shoot. A few nipa cottages are available for rent for guests who wish to stay during the day.
These are just a few of the beaches that can be seen in Samal, Davao City. Unlike in most places in the Philippines, the weather in Davao is typhoon-free with occasional rain-showers at night. Thus, you can beach-hop all year round.