Quiet time at La Vida Orchard Samal

When you worked hard all week and you feel like your mind is telling you that you need a relaxing quiet weekend at the beach, hear the wind, sounding waves and the soft feel of sand touching your feet. Bliss.

Exactly what i needed a week before I celebrated my birthday last April. I did not know about La Vida Orchard Samal until my husband told me about it. We booked and stayed there over the weekend. Spent my birthday together with my family. To my surprise, i did not expect the bed and breakfast would be this warm, cozy and homey. 

cozy and homey receiving area

If you love reading and brought a book, this corner is perfect.



Function  hall can cater to special events, birthday or weddings.

cafe and restaurant

Rooms and Accommodation


Papaya Room (aircon) 
Dorm type 8 pax
P450/head

Durian Room (aircon)
P1600



La Vida Orchard Samal is a bed and breakfast. Beach is 2 to 3-minute walk away from the place. They offer  free coffee. Guests who come in groups and would like to cook their own food are allowed to use their kitchen for free. The cafe and restaurant offers good food too. This is my personal favorite. 

             inihaw na tuna belly

Surprisingly, not all hostels can offer you complimentary drinks prior to your check out time, right? So this came in as a bonus. 

Of course this is obligatory. Photo op with the warm and friendly resort owners

To cap it off, I definitely had an amazing quiet weekend here at La Vida Orchard Samal and will definitely be coming back for another chill time.

For Inquiries and Resevation: 
Email: lavidaorchard@yahoo.com

How to get there:
From Davao International Airport
Take a cab to Sasa Ferry Terminal, take a ferry to Babak,Samal Port. Fare is 10 pesos. From Babak, take a trycicle or motorcycle to La Vida Orchard in Catagman, Samal Island. 
Or you may call the resort for land transfers upon booking.










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