Bucas Grande Accommodation: Club Tara Resort



Nestled in one of Bucas Grande‘s many coves, Club Tara provide an idyllic spot for honeymooners. The row of casitas standing far apart from each other not only give guests privacy, but also allow for a very beautiful sight as guests approach from the sea.




Each casita has a spacious air-conditioned bedroom with a king-sized bed, a personal ref, a tv set, a dvd player, and a hot and cold shower.





Charmingly designed originally for Korean honeymooners, the casitas feature an open shower area and a jacuzzi pool for two with windows that looks out into the resort’s private blue lagoon.




Guests need not go far to experience paradise. The bedrooms open up to a balcony with a see through glass for peering into the waters below.




The best time to visit is during the summer months (March-May), when hundreds of stingless jelly fish take refuge in the resorts private blue lagoon.





Getting There:

From Surigao Airport, take the bus or the van from Surigao Bus Terminal to Hayangbon Pier (nearest pier from the resort). Then take a boat to take you to the island from the pier. It will take about 1.5 hour land travel to the pier and another 30 – 40 minutes to the resort by boat depending on sea condition.


Room Rates are as follows:

Php 11,000/casita



GOOD: very private
BAD: considering its location, guests should keep in mind that not all resort facilities, such as the resort bar/restaurant,etc. may be in operation 24 hours. Food choices may also be limited, so it is best to coordinate in advance – the same goes for leisure facilities (water sports/kayaking/snorkelling/diving) too. open-bathroom is not family/kid friendly.



Club Tara Beach Resort
Dona Helen, Socorro, Surigao del Norte
• 0917.522.5500
• clubtara_rsvn@hotmail.com





~ by Happy Sole on November 30, 2011.

35 Responses to “Bucas Grande Accommodation: Club Tara Resort”

  1. Gandaaa! Now Im excited for our trip 😀

  2. what a gorgeous place 🙂

  3. The place looks nice and I like the idea of having a private casita. But if 11,000 is only for an overnight stay, di pa kaya ng bulsa ko hehehe

    • apir! i wouldn’t really splurge for an accommodation as luxurious as this. except nalang for my own honeymoon. hehehe we just visited as part of the island-hopping tour.. in fairness, maganda sya.

  4. love the way they designed the roofs. medyo pricey nga lang. hope they could lower the rates though

    • they have bamboo cottages on stilts that go for P2500 per night.. still a bit pricey but thats what you pay to get a little bit of heaven. hehehe wasn’t able to see their interiors though.

  5. This looks very serene and beautiful. The water looks so crystal clear. It must be teeming with vibrant sea life. I think I would love the snorkeling. It sure looks like a happy place to be! 🙂

  6. I want to have my nth honeymoon here! LOL! nice place, indeed!

  7. hi! been out for a while and look I missed a lot in here..its nice for a comeback to see something Idyllic as this…

  8. The stingless jellyfish (ala palau) of bucas grande came up on our conversation last weekend and got me wanting to explore the place and I came here and lo and behold, you have a post on it. The place looks good but I also think the casita is too expensive for the what it is, I think. Baka pwede na yung P2,500 na cottage. Great post.

  9. Hanep yung jacuzzi! And the views! And the price! Meh, will continue to backpack na lang. One night there can pay for my five-day stay in Singapore 🙂

  10. Hi sis, what can you say about Club Tara being a “romantic escapade”? I am writing an article for v-day kasi. what are the activities a couple can do at the resort? Please email me at maritessgreyes@gmail.com TIA =)

  11. hi!

    Would like to ask about your boat rental to club tara. Where did you find the boat for rent? Based on my research, boat fare is at 1,500/head. Would you know any cheaper options available?

  12. grabe ang ganda dyan!! sana lang mas mura yung rates nila, ang mahal! 😀

  13. hello ,I have seen your deal on cash cash pinoy but it is only for 3 days ,we (me and my wife) would like to stay there for 5 days . we would like to come on 04/29/2012 – 05/04/2012 can you tell me if it’s possible or not when it’s possible can you tell me than where I have to book .we would like to come to celebrate our honeymoon it would be a surprise for my wife I hope you can help me . txt.

  14. 11,000? no way. super mahal.
    pwede day tour? =)

  15. paano ko makita kung magkano ang mga rooms nyo? pwedi paki email sa akin ang details ng resort nato? aivietubigon24@hotmail.com yan ang email ko ang I will wait sa message nyo… cos my husband and I still looking a resort for our honeymoon. thanks…

  16. 11,000 pesos for 5 days or per night?

  17. Indeed a slice of paradise in the nerve-cracking waters of Bucas Grande!!! 🙂 Maalon…nanginig ung kaliwang tuhod ko that time!

  18. I am a traveler too, but I am also looking for economical accommodation, I would like to explore Bucas grande but I would like to inquire if the resort has a minimal rate for us to have a night stay with my 4 daughters? the 2,500 native huz can accommodate 6? how much?

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