Once arriving in Dakak, I remember having received a complimentary welcome drink. After checking in, I was brought to my room which looked like a native hut but with the modern amenities anyone can find in a 3-star hotel.
The Resort has two swimming pools meandering in the center of the place with man-made falls and coconut trees surrounding the area. Wi-fi is available at the bar and reception area.
Every night a spectacular show would be staged during dinner for guests to enjoy. There was one night that was entirely Polynesian-inspired with drums and fire-dancing. One night was Filipino dances including ethnic singing and tunes.
Staying in Dakak can be expensive and I would suggest going there with friends or family. The view of the white sand beach and the blue clear waters while having one's breakfast is still worth it.
To visit their website and make your reservations or even check out promos, you can visit their facebook page here.
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