Sunday, February 3, 2013

Blue Jaz Beach Resort, Samal Island

Samal Island is one of the places that I must go to when I visit Davao.
So I grabbed the chance when we went to Davao even if it means I won't be having my city tour (which was fine as for sure I'm going to be back)


From the city, we went to Sasa Port.



Our ride. The Barge.
It's a boat that carries heavy things like cargoes and vehicles.



For humans, we only had to pay PhP10 each and we were at Samal Island in 10 minutes.



While I was walking around the barge, there was a restricted area. Though when they saw me, they invited me to the Captain's area. They said "it is not restricted for pretty woman" haha (pick up line)



After 10 minutes of the boat ride, we hopped on to a habal-habal. A motorbike that can bring four people at the most. We rented it for PhP800 the whole day from Samal Island to Talicud Island.



We went to Blue Jazz Beach Resort & Waterpark.
We only paid PhP150 for entrance as we planned to just stay for a few hours.



How cute is this huh?! :)



Souvenir shop.
In case you forgot something, I think they have it all here when you speak of swimming.



We had a cottage but we did not pay for it. I'm not sure why hehehe



This was our area.



The BlueJaz Restaurant



This is a party place at night but even at day, there was loud beach music which was nice.



The Infinity Pool.



I love infinity pools. They're overflowing with water and yet they're not deep.




It was only 5 feet deep.



The sun and the sky was just lovely.



Taken beneath the infinity pool near the beach where all the excess water go to.



Lifeguard's post.
I look like I ain't going to save a body here hehehe
I can shout for help!



The beach water was nice and clean.




I wanted to try the gigantic slide which was for free but no one was up for it and so it did not excite me anymore.
This is the Caliclic Escape for the young ones. There were guys playing but the slide did not look exciting and the water did not look inviting.


The Water sports center.


This really made me wonder . . .  the surf boarding. There weren't any waves . . . not even small ones.


Though the place has a gorgeous view.


The walkway.


No, we did not walk all throughout. Sun was smiling too hard on us.


Wish we could have stayed longer. 
Always a reason to go back :)


*some photos are courtesy of Gracey

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15 comments:

Wow! Very detailed blog..Sobrang ganda ng pictures at ng place! Would like to go here soon!

li love the infinity pool photo :) are there any fish? we'll be going there this march, i'm excited!

shnappy, no fish on the pool...but there are few little fish on the beach but it's super clean :) have fun there!

Wow! after reading your post it seems that you really had a great time :) Matagal ko na gusto mgpunta jan sa Samal pero di ko magawa gawa haha! Maybe this year hopefully kasama mga BFF ko hehe..Magkano po kaya ang rent ng hotel nila?Affordable naman po ba? Ang ganda ng lugar and for me this is one of the best resort so far na nakita ko kahit di ko pa na visit :D Big thanks for sharing this with us.

Zumi, i'm not sure about the room rates pero I suggest you do a resort hopping...magkakatabi naman sila. Wait for my other post na islands that we were able to go near Samal Island. Since babaybayin nyo naman na ganun ka layo, go to different places :)

Is it just me and my browser? No offensement but your font style is pain in the eyes. I would love to read your post but I couldn't read it because of the font style. :(

marxtermind thank you for visiting. please try viewing this site in chrome. I am still looking for a nice script so it will be reader friendly to all browsers. Hope you can read my blog post. Thank you so much.

magkano po ang mga corkages nila?

sorry for the late reply. not sure abott the corkage fee. we did not ask.

meron po bang pwedeng arkilahin na sasakyan? ung susundo samin sa port tpos maghahatid din sa port pauwi? nice blog btw :)

meron po bang sasakyan na pwedeng arkilahin? ung bang magsusundo sa inu sa port tpos pipick up sa inu from the hotel papuntang port din? nice blog btw :)

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