Dedon Island Resort in Siargao: A truly sustainable paradise
Experience a luxurious getaway in an intimate resort located in the southeastern border of Siargao, Surigao del Norte — Dedon Island.
Resort Ocean View
Villa front view
Dedon Island is the perfect place for those who want to experience an ultimate outdoor luxury and be one with paradise. This beach resort was formerly the Pansukian Resort owned by french businessman Nicolas Rambeau. It used to be just a vacation cottage, built four more, then sprawled into a nine-villa resort. Weary of running the resort, he put it on the market, and was acquired by now founder and chairman, Bobby Dekeyser.
The Master Bedroom/IMAGE Dedon Island Facebook page
Dedon Island’s Villa bathroom/IMAGE Dedon Island Facebook page
Inspired by a Thai and Balinese architecture, the resort takes pride of its world-class Filipino furnishings sourced by Cebuana decorator Maritess Lampert. Visitors can also enjoy luxurious amenities and choose from their cluster of villas.
Go kayak in the calm water of Siargao/IMAGE Dedon Island Facebook page
Pool ocean view
They also have a wide range of water activities to try when you’re in the island, like water-skiing, surfing, and paddle boarding.
Executive chef, Justin Mechill/IMAGE Dedon Island Facebook page
Dedon Island’s executive chef, Justin Mechill, makes use of Filipino and pan-Asian influences with international traditions. They work closely with local fisherman and foragers to ensure that they’re serving only the choicest catch-of-the-day and best quality ingredients. Each morning, a range of local and international breakfast are served in their dining pavilion. They even serve meals anywhere and anytime at the resort.
The resort has gained attention and publicity through different international publications such as World Magazine, Vogue Italy, Design at Home France, Travellers World Germany, W Magazine USA, and more.
Come and visit this untouched paradise at Dedon Island!
How to get there:
Catch a flight to Sayak Domestic Airport in Siargao. From Sayak, Dedon Island’s guest relations team will transport you directly to the resort by van or in their custom Jeepney. It’s about a 30-minute ride.
Address: Surigao del Norte
Mobile No.: 0917-701-7820 or 40