Isla Reta

Talicud Island, Samal, Davao del Norte

Isla Reta
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Category:
Great Outdoors

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Shareen B.
5.0 Stars

Ahh! The best place to be! On this hot summer day, Isla Reta is the best place enjoy the sun and cold, crystal-blue waters. White sand and naturally clear, blue waters. It takes an hour and a half to reach Talicud Island from Davao City. It may be tiring but once you reach Isla Reta, it will seriously take your breath away. Always in awe everytime I go there 127946🏻128675🏻127754

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Kim A.
5.0 Stars

from sta.ana wharf it is 1hr boat ride to isla reta. 128675

boats has schedule so better be on time! isla reta boats will charge you P80 (i heared other boats charges cheaper fare).128077

the place was definitely breath taking. fine white sand, crystal clear sea water, talisay trees near the shore which gives the guests protection from the sun. 127774 you can snorkel and see school of fish swimming near the shore. 128032

entrance fee is P75/day tour and P150/overnight.

what to bring:
•ihaw ihaw (hotdogs,liempo,bangus they don't have this at the island)
•sunblock
•camera (better if water proof)
•swimwear
•baon (but you can order at their canteen) •goggles (you can rent for P100-P150)
•life vest/floaters

the place is not yet commercialized to dont expect too much about their accomodation. we just rented a tent for P400 while there are rooms P700 native room, P800 concrete room.

âť—they charge corkage fee for every beverage you bring.
âť—last trip of boat for day tour guests is 3pm

i love the everything about the place except for their shower room. they use salt water so don't expect your soap to bubble. 128514

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