San Victor Island is located in Baganga in Davao Oriental Province. This 3 hectares island faces the Pacific Ocean and has powder-like white sand beaches and lofty coconut grove. San Victor Island is a perfect place for summer outings and getaways. San Victor Island is owned by the Diocese of Mati and managed by the Catholic Parish of Baganga. It is open to visitors and tourists who want to experience extraordinary encounter with nature and the tranquility of the surroundings. It is not commercially developed but it has cottages for rent, nipa huts to stay and manicured lawn for camping available whether for day tour or for overnight stay. And yes, there is electricity and fresh water.
To get to San Victor Island, from Davao City, take either public utility buses or L300 vans to reach the Municipality of Baganga in Davao Oriental. Public utility buses coming from Davao City Overland Transport Terminal (DCOTT) in Ecoland travel to the town daily. On the other hand, L300 Vans Terminal servicing Davao-Baganga is located at Gaisano Mall of Davao in Bajada. Once you arrive at Baganga’s Poblacion, you may take a motorcycle or habal-habal going to Barangay San Victor.