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This small haven located on Samal Island of Davao City was once a pearl farm, home to a nest of oysters that produce pearls of exquisite beauty. However, the site is no longer a farm but a beach resort with its own brand of exquisite appeal. As a reminder of its origin, the site is named Pearl Farm Beach Resort.

With dozens of guest room to its name, the Pearl Farm Beach Resort offers modern amenities to ensure the relaxations of tourists while providing numerous forms of entertainment. It is surrounded by white sand and palm trees, perfecting the image of a solitary sanctuary for those who are burned out of the city life. Marine life in its waters is cared for and protected, resulting in an abundant array of organisms to amaze visiting divers. Sunken Japanese vessels from World War II are also available for exploration. Other water sports include sea kayaks, water skiing, jet skiing, water polo, banana boat ride plus others. It also has a tennis court for those who are craving activities outside the water, then again, who would want to miss out on the blue expanse of clean sea, right?

The site also conveniently offers currency exchange for those visitors from other countries. Laundry services are also available so you won’t have to worry on what to wear. And if you and your spouse feel like reliving the good old days walking on the shore, babysitting services are also offered in the hotel. Talk about peace!

When you’re done exploring the white coastline, walk through the pathways leading to the beautiful gardens of the resort for a change of scenery. For sustenance, the resort’s restaurant offers delicious delicacies to tease the taste buds. After the adventure, go back to comfort of their clean, air conditioned rooms for a good night’s sleep.

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