Pearl Farm Beach Resort lies in a secluded cove on
Samal Island off the coast of Davao City. This 11-hectare spread was
once a pearl farm, where thousands of white-lipped oysters, transported
from the Sulu Sea, were cultivated for their pink, white and gold pearls.
Today, the resort beckons with the promise of a relaxing, private retreat,
under the care of our friendly, charming staff.
The resort's Samal Houses are patterned after the stilt houses of seafaring
Samal tribes of the Sulu archipelago. By day, schools of tiny fish frolic
between the sturdy poles that support the houses. At night, the sound
of the waves are a soothing aid to slumber.
The resort's deluxe accommodations include 19 Samal Houses, which are
designed after the stilt houses of the seafaring Samal Tribe of the
Sulu Archipelago, from which one can see through the crystal clear water
and watch schools of tropical fish swim through coral formations. The
resort also offer rooms in the Balay Houses, located on the hilltop,
which open onto a veranda overlooking the beach. And at the other end
of the cove are 6 luxurious, two-storied, muslim-inspired Samal Suites.
All the rooms are designed to preserve the ethnicity of its surroundings,
while at the same time, they are fully airconditioned and stocked with
modern amenities to ensure a pleasurable stay for our guests' discriminating
Located in the Gulf of Davao is the Samal Group of Islands, an archipelago
consisting of nine islands, which stretch out over a land of 28,000
hectares. Beautiful and pristine white-sand beaches surround the coastline.
The island itself is rich in marine life, interesting rock formations,
and aromatic flowering plants. No matter what your interest is, Samal
Island has something for you. Give in to the serenity and exoticness
of this magical isla.