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One of the hidden treasure of Mindanao. Gumasa beach is a long drive from the gensan itself but you will not regret visiting the area as it will reward you with the clean water of the beach with the long shoreline gifted by the fine...More
Ok, first of all, it is NOT boracay of the south. Boracay sand is better and there are more things to do in Boracay and more resort choices. However, the long stretch of beach is worth going to if you're near here. Though if you...More
Gumasa beach in the town of Glan is about a kilometer long. Travel time from General Santos City is about an hour. If you don't have a car, ride the blue tricycle from anywhere in the city to KCC Mall. Fare is ₱10. At the...More
Gumasa beach in Glan Province is a hidden treasure in Mindanao. (Proud Mindanaon here, wink* wink*). It is called Boracay of the South because of its firm-white sands/ beach. It offers tranquility and compared to the real Boracay, this place is good for those who...More
in general,the scenic view of the bluewater and a whitesand is so relaxing family will really have fun... but the resorts seems so over priced.. we entered one and they required us to pay a cottage of 500 even though we have no things to...More
We visited the place to get peace and relaxation, ended up with resorts that is very costly. We ditched the resorts look for a place in the area that doesnt cost so much and we stumbled upon tjis house by the sea and asked for...More
White beach, blue clear water, less people = heaven! I've spent nights here with my family. I never stop loving this place. You dont need to travel far if you are looking for a great beach. Cottages are made of bamboos, simple and clean.
For years Gumasa was my favorite place to visit during our lengthy semester break in China. The beach is beautiful. I prefer the south-facing beach which overlooks Celebes Sea to the western beach which faces Sarangani Bay. There is lots of coral just offshore, so...More