This resort is about 55 kilometres from General Santos City.
WhileI hired a taxi for the day at P3000 and also visited other establishments in the other direction from the city, I gather that a one way taxi fare might be about P1500. There would be multicabs (V Hires) available for far less to Glan although if using these vans, only the front seats offer reasonable legroom.
The resort is approximately two to three kilometres off the main coastal road on a partly concreted, partly gravel and at times steep road that might be difficult to negotiate after heavy rain.
The resort offers 27 fan cooled basic Nipa huts with an included basic bathroom including what I assume is a cold water shower(P1300 a night) and 10 airconditioned Nipa huts at P2000 a night.
All have excellent views of the stunning sea with the beautiful white to slightly yellow sands (not corally, but quite fine). At low tide at 1400 hours I observed some tropical fish among many corals although far more coral is apparently offshore, further than I ventured as I had forgotten my snorkel.
I did not stay but instead enjoyed a delicious Lapu Lapu (grouper) fish lunch cooked in sweet and sour with accompanying fried rice, including vegetables.
The resort is two years old and has a convention hall.
A banana boat operates at a cost of P500 for 15 minutes.
The resort has its own modern full sized bus to take guests to and from General Santos.
Manager Sydney has excellent English: his parents lived in Sydney, Australia at one stage.
As the previous poster commented, this resort may be basic but it is arguably located on one of the top 20 - perhaps top 10 - strips of sand that I have seen in Philippines and so deserves to be better known. Don't stay if you want Boracay, Phuket or Bali style nighlife and frenzied activity. Do come if you enjoy snorkelling in pristine waters and kicking back with a flavorsome San Migue beer or fruit juice.