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Davao Summer Fever: Let’s go to Canibad

April 8, 2008

One of the many public beaches in Davao which is starting to gain popularity..

Canibad Cove Beach.

There are 3 ways to go to Canibad

First, by air – ride a Helicopter… hehehehe

Second, By land, then water, then land again.

Above pics from suddenserenity check out his post about canibad for fares and going there by land.

Third, by boat – would take you 2 hours to go there. But you’ll enjoy the view!

You’ll pass by the Vanishing Island.

And other Beaches (both private and public)

You’ll know you’re in canibad because of the distinct rock formation and the “white sand”.

This is one of the best spots in Canibad, Under the Big Rock…

.. where waves would drag you back and forth just make sure your head won’t bump the rock.

These photos were taken last year, i/we plan to go to canibad again this summer.

By the way.. may signal sa canibad! (the lady in the picture below is talking to her lover)

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10 Comments leave one →
  1. April 8, 2008 9:49 pm

    Wow! Canibad is gaining popularity na talaga… way back 2003 almost mga mountain climbers lang ang tumatambay dito but now, the public knows it, sana ma preserve pa rin ang kagandahan ng lugar na’to…

    Nice post!

  2. April 8, 2008 9:59 pm

    Been in Canibad years ago and the road was still in need of grading and expansion. At that time, the cove was already declared as part of the Samal Marine Sanctuary. In fact, some natives were there trying to tell off swimmers to stay off the corals. Sana naman, walang umabuso para abutan ng next generations. Sabi nga..leave nothing but footprints(dalahin ninyo basura ninyo!), kill nothing but time(ayaw patya ang corals!) and take nothing but pictures(wala dalahay ug shells and corals!)

  3. May 13, 2008 5:30 pm

    Nice feature on Canibad! I love the place. I was there last year. In fact, I also featured it in my blog. 🙂 http://bridex.wordpress.com

  4. mark permalink
    August 16, 2008 1:47 pm

    paano papunta dun by land? need instructions.. tnx

  5. May 9, 2009 12:33 am

    We’re about to leave and soon we’ll conquer that
    place they called CANIBAD..hehehe.

  6. Joel Peroso permalink
    May 29, 2009 11:22 pm

    Wow talaga ang canibad.last may18;21 don ako malapit lang kasi lugar namin don.taga Pigasaan man ko

  7. tanxong permalink
    June 8, 2009 3:48 pm

    sayang ang canibad over crowded na kaayo dili pareho sa una nga solemn pa gamay ra nakabalo… dili na xa “ hidden paradise“!!! save canibad waters!

  8. Joel Peroso permalink
    August 1, 2009 12:33 pm

    wow nakabalik na pud ko sa amoa sa pigasaan last May 13-23,2009 with my family.nangadto me banda sa canibad namukot me sa akong papa fredo peroso ug akong mga uyuan.sa banda sa talisay nakakuha me anduhaw mga 15kls un,grabe saya ng anak ko na si joelleen claire kay makita man nya ang isda sa pukot na daghan kaayo.fresh kaayo ang isda sutukil gihimo namo ang SARAP.may 21,dumaan kami sa canibad papuntang balet sos ang akong anak kay singgit lagi nakita nya ang ganda ng mga rest house sa tabi ng dagat or sa pangpang.suroy mo didto sa amoa kay dindot pud baya didto sa Pigasaan kay naa man pud dito ang Island Hills.
    Ma miss ko talaga ang samal island.lalo nandyan anak ko sa cogon babak nag school sa akong ugangan na sila papa crispin and mama marta pringase.

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