The Maldives inspired cottages, a peaceful place, beautiful scenery every time you wake up; perfect for a retreat!
The place is kind of secluded, at first, we thought it’s very accessible but the locals said that it’s located on an island near the Sohoton Cove and you need to hire a boat to get there.
How to Get to Club Tara
To get to Club Tara, as mentioned in the video above or on my Youtube channel. If you’re from General Luna, ride a tricycle for 40 pesos going to Dapa (Dapa is Siargao’s capital) where the main port is also located. Inform the driver that you’re heading to Socorro so that he will drop you to the right gate.
The boat fare is 120 pesos for an hour’s journey to Socorro. Note that you need to inform Club Tara ahead of your schedule of arrival in Socorro because the only way to get to the resort is through a private boat. Let them know so that they can arrange a boat for you. You need to charter the boat for 1,500 pesos one way only. Because we were only 2, so we need to half the payment.
Highlights in Club Tara
Club Tara has been an icon since before because I remember that it’s in the postcard representing Caraga. For us, the highlight of the resort is their jacuzzi facing a picturesque view of nearby islets. Probably there are other resorts too that have the same amenities and view but I think so far, Club Tara is the affordable one with that IG worthy facility.
Another attraction is the multi-layer pointed roof of their cottages that resembles the roof of a pagoda and palaces in Indonesia.