This town is Davao De Oro’s only coastal area and has a vast stretch of powdery sand in Davao Gulf dotted by reasonably-priced resorts. Lunod Island (St. Anthony), it is part of the 3,433-ha Mabini Protected Landscape and Seascape which is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, and a nesting site of the endangered hawksbill and leatherback marine turtles.
Lubi Plantation Island
But if you got a good budget, you can visit or stay at Lubi Plantation, a posh leisure complex managed by the prestigious Thailand-based Dusit Thani group. This 36-hectare leisure project a master-planned British-style township and a low-density facility to ensure guest’s privacy. It boasts of an exclusive beach, 18 luxurious villas, restaurants, a swimming pool, recreational and watersports facilities, a wellness center, and an educational nature program around Kopiat Island.
The Beach Club at Lubi Plantation
The new luxe resort aims to serve as an alternative gateway to Davao De Oro with its 30-minute fast catamaran transfer from the Dusit jetty in Lanang, Davao City.