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    Feel At Home at Kubo Sa Dahican

    One of the tourist attractions that Mati, Davao Oriental could proudly endorse is their beach.  It is very ideal especially for those who want to go surfing and skim boarding.


    Because of the growing number of visitors in Mati beach, the demand for accommodations has also increased. No wonder new resorts are being developed to accept visitors from neighboring cities when they visit Dahican, Mati, Davao Oriental and one of these is the “Kubo Sa Dahican”.


    “Kubo sa Dahican” was developed less than a year ago. The resort is currently on the Development stage but not totally underdeveloped because they can now actually accept visitors. In fact, we stayed at “Kubo sa Dahican” when we visited Mati last month.




    What is good about Kubo sa Dahican is that, you can relax there and just feel at home. It is a new place in Dahican where you can feel at home away from home. They have installed Kubo units where people can stay and sleep and just relax. Despite being new in the business, Kubo sa Dahican has a very promising future because you can definitely enjoy the place and do a lot of things.

    Let’s take a look at the Kubo first. Well, it’s not exactly the kubo as in the Nipa hut. I may say, it’s an improvised kind of Kubo, this is how it looks like:


    They actually have four units of Kubo which can accommodate 2 to 3 persons. They call this Kubo Tepee


    For a group consisting of 10 to 15 persons, you can rent their Kubo house. Basically, it’s the same Kubo but obviously way bigger than the Kubo Tepee:



    They also have Kubo Condo-Room good for 3 to 5 persons.

    If you just want to go there to enjoy and swim, you can rent their cottages. 



    You can just bring foods like this:

    Or this:

    Or all of these:


    And what else you can do in the beach aside from eating? Of course swim…. Kubo sa Dahican is not only offering Kubo ans cottages but also an infinity saltwater pool. You don’t need to go to the actual beach which is about 50 meters away just to experience the sea.

    So this is their infinity pool (just never mind me)


    And this is us enjoying and invading the pool:


    For dry activities like meeting or karaoke session or perhaps drinking session, they have a pavilion for this purpose:





    If you are planning to visit Mati someday, Kubo sa Dahican is the place to be. Check this out for the accommodation rates:


    38 comments:

    1. though it is convinient for the other visitors in dahican , i feel like it is now the start of the destruction of the pristine place of dahican .. resorts should not be put in that area as it is actually a sanctuary for the rare and endemic marine turtles. this is a sad news for me . i rather recommend people to just put up tents instead at Amihan area ...

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      1. but it's a private property sir, so I think they still have the right for this... and Amihan, although free and open, is also congested with people and tourists now.

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    2. This is nice!
      I'd come to this place, for the surfing!
      gotta love these beaches.

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    3. The rates are really reasonable and the infinity pool really looks nice.

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    4. Is the bed comfortable in the Kubo? I love this kind of setup, para lusot lang ang hangin. Hope to stay here when we visit Mati in the future.

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      1. yep, it's good... but you can also bring tent and set it up beside the kubo...

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    5. Reasonable price ,nice bahay kubo and great place to relax and enjoy swimming.

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    6. Same price to almost all the places that we have been. Seems reasonable too. :D

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    7. Hi Sir, do you contact number of the resort? an email or a facebook page will be alright! I was planning to visit the place some time in Summer in time for Amihan sa Dahican, for reservation purposes in case things will be done seemed very affordable ahhhh! can't wait .. I never knew this place back then I was lost in the map of Mindanao :))

      GOd Bless!

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      1. Hi mimi, check the first picture, you will see there's a number in the bottom of the tarp.

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    8. I miss getting drunk at a kubo then hitting the beach the next day. :D

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    9. now, the food is really overflowing. we have relatives in mati, i will ask them for this when we visit them. Yahweh bless.

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    10. Got concern with Love Mindanao comment. If the place is a sanctuary for endangered turtles , then it must be preserved then to its natural habitat less the tourism improvements.

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      1. maybe there are some areas restricted, but I believe not all areas there can be considered a sanctuary like in Dahican

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    11. The foods and the Place excites me to go to Mati:) The place is also famous in skimboarding kaya dapat magbawas na ako ng timbang hehehe

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      1. hahaha... talagang magkakagain ka ng weight dun

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    12. will visit Mati soon (before yearend hopefully), a friend of mine has been inviting me.. will try to go to Dahican when i'm already there hihi.. nice Shirg!

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      1. wow naman sir Nardz, upod ko bi.. hehee

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    13. Kubo Tepee looks cute. However, I'm curious on how it looks like in the inside.

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      1. I know right... maliit lang naman sya

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    14. I've heard so much about this beach, in fact, I'm putting Mati in my travel list next year. Thanks for sharing the info about the accommodation - it seems budget friendly. Gusto ko din i-try ang surfing doon! :)

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    15. Hi! Kung magre-rent lang ba kami dun sa Kubo Tepee, and then we'll just bring tents, okay lang ba yun sa resort? Anyhow, may contact number ka ba nila? Thanks for sharing this.

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      1. hello, thanks for visiting mg blog, you may contact Kubo sa Dahican through this number: 09177212724

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    16. We went to Kubo recently, but the swimming pool has half full, so not available for use.
      The weather turned nasty, and we had a heavy downpour.

      Today we will try again, sadly the high tide will not be until 15:35. At low tide, swimming in the sea is difficult.

      We know the owner, so maybe we will meet her there?

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      1. hello there James, I am not in any way connected to the owner but I hope you had a great time there today. The last time we went there, pool can be utilized.

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    17. hi! airconditioned ang rooms nila?

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    18. ask ko lang kung malapit lang ba sa Dahican Surf resort ang Kubo?

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      1. yes, malapit lang. you can walk, pero meron din motorcycle kung tamad ka maglakad. i think nasa 10 pesos lang pamasahe

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    19. Magkano ang overnight ng kubo tepee?

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    20. Hi. May I know the room rates? Thanks.

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