Friday, May 4, 2012


Cinco Masao Beach Resort is a four hour ride from heart of Davao City. Upon taking your way, you can already witness overwhelming view of the sea side and green leaves from the different variety of trees. In addition, the sight of SLEEPING DINOSAUR that connects to the mountain. It is truly inspirational to see the majesty of nature.

Masao beach is located at the eastern part of Mati, Davao Oriental. This is about 18 km from Mati Poblacion situated at Sitio Dita, Barangay Bobon. It is resting stop overlooking Pujada Bay and is protected w/ railings that improve its ambiance.



The beach is simply stunning with its pristine blue waters. The area is perfect for summer outing and family reunions. It’s a perfect place to unwind and to release all your stress to forget the hassle and bustle in the crowded city.



It is best to bring food and water since there is no corkage and there is no wide range food selection available. You can also stay at their native cottages built within the seashore overlooking the wide blue sea. You could fell the breeze touching in every pores of your skin.


Cottage rate: 

Open cottage - Php150.00 - whole day
Closed Cottage -  Php500.00 - overnight non-aircon
Cook Food - Price from Php50.00 to Php150.00 per order
Island Hopping to WANIBAN ISLAND - Php1,500.00
No corkage


I love sunrise in this resort because it means that you have the rest of the day to accomplish everything in the world.


Sunset in this side of resort. I've always been fascinated with how nature organized itself to look it so aesthetically picture perfect.

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Contact information:



CINCO MASAO BEACH RESORT
Address: Barangay Tamisan, Sitio Masao, Mati Davao Oriental 
Contact #: 09282824304 / 09187560571

























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    1. Pwede kaayo mam..:) Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Do you still have available rooms for 9 pax this dec 30-31?thanks!

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  3. I've been there 4 years ago. I wonder if it's still the same the last time I went there... Would love to go back on Masao again and see the sunset. :)

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