Friday, October 30, 2009


One of the nice white sand beach in the Philippines
Pearl Farm Resort located at Samal Island of Davao it is a Romantic private place own by Florendo a successful business family. The place is about
45 minutes
boat rides from the
wharf. The resort offer a lot of nice view and nice event to do during your vacation. One of the attractions however, go much deeper than surface delights. Two sunken World War II Japanese vessels await discovery from scuba divers, just 60 meters away from the resort. Marine life has been protected and nurtured over the past years, and the area surrounding the resort has been declared a marine sanctuary.
For the sports enthusiast, tennis courts are available during the day and at night. The resort also offers a wide array of water sports activities that include wind surfing, water polo, jet skiing, water skiing, banana boat rides and scuba diving. Sea kayaks, Hobie cats and wave runners are also available. They have a good accommodationand you can stay overnight in the place. Deluxe Accommodation with 73 guestrooms, suites, cottages on stilts perched above the sea and exclusive villas are designed from Maranao and Samal ethnic influences in both materials and form. Inside, decorative details and multi hued patterns reflect the islands vibrant culture as inspired by the region's rich tribal ancestry. They offer SPA concept of the Ylang Ylang Spa is borne out of the flower from which it originated from. Known as an aphrodisiac, it is a tree endemic to the southeast Asian region and whose blossoms are among the most intense and passionate of all floral aromas. About the food The Pearl Farm are not behind it because they have a food buffet that you can eat all you want to make sure anybody will not feel hungry and enjoy the food. The warm welcoming to the tourist and visitors will amaze and never forget with matching of the very good pine apple juice which signified how hospitable the Filipino are.

1 comment:

  1. My name is Lou Alfonso, a former very pleased and satisfied Pearl Farm guest and customer. I was so impressed with your facility and service that I took a total of 9 Rotarians from California, USA and local host Rotarian Davao South with their spouses to proudly show your facility. After taking the long commute from Insular Village where we are staying across the street from the Florendo Residence, (whom I believe are some of the top level management of your facility) and enduring the rough terrain and road from the main highway into your facility, we were sadly turned away by Mr. Benjamin Bangon, General Manager, thru his front desk representative, Sheila Gansan. Despite attempts to negotiate a reduced entry fee just to do an visual for about a half an hour, of the place for possible venue on future Rotary general meeting and conference, we were rudely treated like trespassers. Our goal was to try to bring in business to your facility, which probably and obviously do not need as evidenced by the treatment that we got from Mr. Bangon.

    I am submitting the above as a complain to your general manager who seems to not realize the value of empowerment and customer relations. It is very disappointing for Rotarian balikbayans like us who have done community service such as sending books (encyclopedia, dictionary, teaching aid for elementary and high school teachers) and received the treatment that we received from Mr. Bangon. We demand an apology from the management of Pearl Farm for the outrageous treatment we received. We deserved to be treatment with dignity and respect. We did not expect this from such an internationally known facility such as Pearl Farm.

    Thank you!

    Lou Alfonso
    Greater Chino Hills Rotary Club

    cc: Scott Nimmo
    Rotary Club of South Davao

    Rotary International
    Chicago, USA