2020 GUMASA BEACH RESORTS TRAVEL GUIDE

GUMASA BEACH RESORTS TRAVEL GUIDE

2020 GUMASA BEACH RESORTS TRAVEL GUIDE | LIST OF RESORTS, HOW TO GET THERE

Here’s your Gumasa Beach Resorts Travel Guide.

 GUMASA BEACH RESORTS TRAVEL GUIDE

The author at Gumasa Beach Resort

GUMASA BEACH: “Boracay of the South” or Just a Lovely Seashore Unique on Its Own?

 

When you have already discovered something that is the perfect example of “beauty,” you know there will not be anything else to match it with.

For the many people who had the chance to visit the country’s many tourist sites, the idea is probably reminiscent of a few places, including probably, Boracay.

So, okay, the idea of Boracay’s flawlessness may be subjective to a person and his overall experience about the place but, as far as describing a shoreline goes, this particular beach certainly is endowed with great features—pristine waters endemic to its region, fine powdery white sands, and a tropical setting, all framed by a picturesque backdrop.

The overall setting simply appeals to any person’s senses, it is hardly surprising to see Boracay as among the country’s top tourist destination.

In fact, it is and it is also oftentimes dense and wild as a result.

But on the opposite side of spectrum, as the number of the people that flock the place increments and the wild nature of the events—like night time parties—have become common, Boracay may not be for everybody, especially if you are the type who finds comfort in a less crowded and more tranquil place.

For the less social or the introverted, Boracay simply is certainly not the go-to place as they would easily feel isolated in a crowd that is in the place for one and one thing only: have fun.

GUMASA BEACH RESORTS TRAVEL GUIDE

L-R: Jonalier Mana-ay Perez, Corporate Secretary – Director at Mindanao Tourism Council; yours truly; Lodar Dagoy Escobillo, Tourism Officer of Glan Sarangani, and Aljean Antonio at Gumasa Beach Resort

GUMASA BEACH RESORTS: SERENE HAVEN DOWN SOUTH

But why follow the beaten track and force yourself in an environment that only obstructs your peace rather than maintain it, especially when there is a place further south which gives such privilege?

Somewhere in Sarangani in Mindanao, there lies a place so calm and mostly vacant, any person who would dare visit it would feel like he owned the place for himself—Gumasa Beach Resort in Glan.

Sharing some similarities to Boracay but only less flocked by party individuals, Gumasa beach boasts its own white sands and crystal-clear waters that locals affectionately refer to it as the “Boracay of the South.”

In fact, stripping Boracay of its modernization and the prominence it enjoys among locals and tourists, it is almost exactly synonymous to what Gumasa beach is: slow-paced, quiet for the most part, and mildly touched by human engineering.

While “fun” may not be Gumasa beach’s selling point, there is something about its peace and quiet that makes it appealing to certain individuals—Commonly, among persons or families who wanted a bit of exclusivity.

But do not mistake this kind of tranquility as a license to be gloom, however. Gumasa beach may not possess the same vibrancy as Boracay would at its wildest during the night, but its open space is an always-open embrace whose secrets are waiting only to be discovered by those who dare traverse it, nothing too uncanny.

 tourism officer of Glan, Sarangani

The blogger doing some interviews with the tourism officer of Glan, Sarangani at Gumasa Beach Resort

HOW TO GET GUMASA BEACH RESORTS, GLAN,  SARANGANI

 

General Santos City Airport is the nearest gateway to Gumasa, Glan, Saranggani. However, you can also get to Gumasa from Davao City.

From Davao Airport

From Davao International Airport, take a taxi to Ecoland Bus Terminal.
At the terminal, take a bus bound for General Santos City. Travel time would be around 3-4 hours. The fare is around Php250. Just tell the conductor to drop you off at Gaisano Mall and from there you can walk to KCC Mall wherein the vans bound for Gumasa can be found.

From General Santos Airport

From the airport, just ride a taxi or van going to KCC Mall.
Right beside the KCC Mall, you will find the terminal going to Gumasa is. You can take a van bound to Glan for Php100 with more than an hour of travel time. Ask the van to drop you off at Alegado Terminal at Glan.

From Alegado terminal, take a tricycle going to Gumasa for around P 100. Travel time would be around 20 minutes.
Transportation going back is a bit scarce, so it would be best to book the tricycle for your return trip to Glan.

 Glan, Sarangani

LIST OF  GUMASA BEACH RESORTS

Coco Beach Resort
Contact Nos: (083) 893 0324 | (0919) 533 0408 | (0921) 770 8474 | (0927) 823 7780
FB Page: Coco Beach

Isla Jardin del Mar Beach Resort
Contact Nos: 09172536105 | (083) 8930032 | 0917 677 8177
FB Page: Isla Jardin Del Mar
Website: http://www.islajardindelmar.net

Rosal Beach Resort
Contact Nos: (083) 552 2888 | (083) 826 9247 | (0920) 204 9038 | (0928) 937 3488

White Haven Beach Resort
Contact Nos: (083) 895 0305 | (0920) 947 9148
FB Page: White Haven Beach Resort

Morales Siete Estrella Beach Resort
Contact No: (0910) 158 5579

Crystal Island Family Resort
Contact No: (0995) 376 1349

Davak Ridge Beach Resort
Contact No: (0909) 810 8435

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6 Comments

  1. Gilburt Moises

    Good evening sir. What resorts can we go to for a day trip in Gumasa? We’ll be in GenSan next week and we’re planning on going to Sarangani. Thanks in advance. Have a nice day.

  2. Very nicely written and explain

  3. Sarangani, South Cotabato, and Davao City are only few of the safest place in Mindanao and even in the whole country… Your perception about Mindanao is 95% false. 🙂

  4. Safe na bang pumunta ng Mindanao Sir? Ganda sana ng lugar nato. medyo hesitant lang kami tumuloy, baka nakakatakot pa.

    • Polie Andres

      We’re not 100% safe but being cautious and attentive all the time is the key. Nvertheless, nakakapaglakad naman po kami sa gabi na walang nangyayaring masama.

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