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Dakak's accommodation consists of 144 beautifully appointed rooms built in native style duplex bungalows made of bamboo and nipa leaves with capiz shell window panes. There are 26 Bungalows, 106 Deluxe Bungalopws and 12 Beachfront Bungalows.
Each bungalow is equipped with airconditioner, color television, NDD/IDD telephone, mini-bar, shower/bath with hot and cold running water, dressing area and main bedroom. In-house mavies, local channels & CNN available at all rooms. Each bungalow has its own veranda facing Dakak Bay. Beachfront bungalows are by the beachside.
Absorb the informal ambience of the al fresco Port Orient restaurant, a delightful day-round setting for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Or try out the Japanese flavour of the Sushi Bar at the Verandah, whilst those with adventure in mind can take a trip up a mystical river to Lab Kamayan, Dakak's very own prawn farm built over the water on bamboo stilts, where fresh seafood is the order of the day.
Experience sumptuous buffet dinners laid out on the beach or hidden amongst the tropical gardens, but always with a certain magic in the air. Whatever your choice, dining at Dakak is truly an experience not to be missed.
Nestled on the tip of Northern Zamboanga, Dakak faces the Sulu Sea in the west and is surrounded by mountains on its east side. North of Dakak are NEgros, Cebu and Bohol. To its south is the Mindanao mainland with Borneo and Sarawak beyond the Celebes Sea. Conveniently encircled by all these alrge island, Dakak tactfully evades the typhoon belt, making it the perfect all-season destination.
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Reminds me of my safari in Africa. Somebody forgot the corkscrew and for several days we had to live on nothing but food and water. W. C. Fields
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