Tarzan’s Resort

Paradise Found! Experience real island living at Tarzan’s Resort, a four hectare copra plantation with foot paths connecting to other villages.

Tarzan’s Resort is on East Bucas Grande Island, a short boat ride away south of the busy port town of Dapa.

Tarzan’s Resort offers adventures in paradise, surfboards and snorkeling equipment included.

All day trip to the Sohoton Lagoons and Caves. Explore the caves, snorkel in the clear blue water and visit jelly fish lagoon and snorkel among hundreds of stingless jelly fish.

Picnic, snorkel and swim off Naked Island the little uninhabited gem in the sea. Try surfing at the nearby reefs.

Island hopping to your choice of islands/islets in the area.

Surf Trips. Usually last 2 to 4 hours depending on where we surf and the tides.

Other activities at the resort swim off the beach, bicycle down the footpaths to the next village, play golf, play volleyball or one of our favorites – just chill.

Tarzan’s kitchen offers a wide variety of local and imported foods.

Our seafood is fresh from the local market or caught in our own nets. Here is some of what’s available:

Squid, Crabs, Lobster, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, Tilapia, Milk Fish. These can be done on the grill or baked, broiled, sautéed, fried local style, or in a sweet and sour sauce. If you can think of anything that can be done with it, we can cook it.

Our pork is from our own raised pigs or the local market. Ribs, chops, pork belly or tenderloin done any way you want.

Chicken is also raised by us or bought fresh from the local market.

Our local beef comes from Cagayan De Oro – hamburgers, sirloin, or London broil. USDA sirloin steaks are also available.

Our herbs and vegetables are grown in our own garden or bought fresh at the local market. We like to make your dining experience at Tarzan’s a personal one. If you have likes and dislikes let us know ahead of time so that we can tailor our menu to your own tastes.

Website: tarzansresort.com
Email: tarzansresort@yahoo.com
Address: Brgy. Dagohoy (in East Bucas Grande Island), Dapa, Surigao del Norte
Phone: (Chas) +63 921 557 7541 or (Jen) +63 949 143 5452

Naked Island

Naked Island, literally nothing on it. One would ask “is this an island or a sandbar?”. It’s still beautiful. The water surrounding the island is clear and great for swimming. If you want to snorkel, there are some decent corals the tour guide can bring you to nearby.

You probably won’t spend too much time here – there is nothing here to shield you against the sun. Make sure to slather on the sun block and bring your own shelter.

The common island hopping package includes Naked Island, Daku Island, and Guyam Island. You can make a pretty epic day out of it by including the long trip to Sohoton Cave as well. Arranging a tour is easy, because you will receive many offers as you walk around the main town of General Luna.

Guyam Island

Guyam Island is a short boat ride from General Luna. A beautiful virgin island, perfect for a relaxed day of sunbathing and snorkeling.

There are a lot of cheap island hopping tour operators in General Luna that will take to you to Dako, Naked and Guyam Islands. No need to book online, haggle away.

Guyam Island is tear-drop shaped, white sand beach, have coconut trees, clear water – simply put a paradise. Approximately 1.07991 Nautical Miles (that’s about 2 Kilometres for you landlubbers) south-southeast of General Luna municipality.

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