|Rock Climbing at Kalinawan Resort in Samal|
Kalinawan Resort is a widely popular haven for lovers of extreme outdoor sports adventure. Its 80-foot high and 100-foot wide natural limestone rock wall cliff formation perched by the sea is enough to lure any rock climbing enthusiast, beginners or professionals alike, to brave the challenge of strength, endurance and physical stamina that surely await them. It is situated on the east side of the beautiful island of Samal, opposite Maco and Pantucan in Compostella Valley, and Banaybanay and Lupon in Davao Oriental overlooking Mount Diwalwal just across the Gulf of Davao. Kalinawan was named for its crystal clear, and calm waters in the area.
The Resort provides full-packed adventure activities from ziplining, to rappelling, and trekking, as well as mountain biking and 4x4 off-road pursuits. And because of the rich marine life and live corals in the gulf area, Kalinawan is home to one of the best diving and snorkeling spots around Samal Island. Its calm waters makes it ideal for kayaking as well.
This two-hectare resort was beautifully designed to blend with the rough and uneven contours of the land to keep the place as natural as possible.
How to get to Kalinawan Resort
There are several ways to get to Kalinawan Resort which is located in Barangay Aundanao in the Island Garden City of Samal, Davao del Norte:
1. Round-trip transfer service with the resort from the Davao International Airport all the way to Kalinawan;
2. A boat transfer may also be arranged with the resort which will take the guests for a 2-hour boat ride from the Sta. Ana Port in Davao City;
3. Via the Davao-Samal Ferry Boat service from the Sasa Wharf in Davao City to Babak for an 11 kilometer drive to Penaplata and another 11 kilometer drive to Aundanao;
4. Mountain bike through the entire 22-kilometers of winding road from Babak to Kalinawan;
5. Via the Island City Express bus at Sta. Ana Wharf near Magsaysay Park in Davao City to the Central Warehouse Club in Babak where several Habal-Habal await guests to take to Kalinawan.
For more information, please contact
Island Garden City of Samal (IGaCoS), Davao del Norte
Tels +6382 298 5298 |+6382 286 2844
Mobile 091 770 07325
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