Here are the list of things we did in our tour of Davao City’s tourist spots:
1. Take a nature trip at Eden park Davao [Davao city]
Aside from the nature trip, There is also a sort-of zipline ride at Eden. It is located near the cafeteria, and the ride is free
2. View Davao from Jack’s Ridge [Davao city]
Part of the view from Jack’s ridge is SM Davao. The restaurants and bars here are also the feature of this place.
3. Have a historical tour at Japanese Tunnel [Davao city]
The tunnel used by the Japanese soldiers in WWII is now a commercialized hotel and restaurant.
4. Visit ‘Pagasa’ in the Philippine Eagle Sanctuary [Davao city]
Famous for his tv appearances, the Philippine eagle ‘Pagasa’ can be found here at the Philippine Eagle Sanctuary.
5. See the world’s largest Fruit bat colony in Samal Island’s Bat cave. [Samal Island, Davao]
Home to over 10,000 fruit bats, Samal’s bat cave was declared the largest colony of fruit bat’s in the world.
6. Take a dip at the multi-layered falls of Hagimit. [Samal Island, Davao]
This multiple layered falls is frequented by the locals of Samal for fun and swimming.
7. Visit a centennial house in Samal’s White House [Samal Island, Davao]
Having a reputation of being creepy, This old house is the headquarters of a religious cult in Samal, called the Mongcadista.
8. Play frisbee at Paradise Resort [Samal Island, Davao]
This resort offers day and night tour packages for tourists in a budget.
9. Ride the zipline at Camp Sabros in Digos City, Davao. [Digos, Davao]
With the updated 800 meters ride in Camp Sabros. This is currently the only zipline facility in the Philippines with the longest ride.
10. Go rafting at Davao river [Davao city]
With over 13 rapids to battle in this activity. Davao’s Wild river rafting is the must-do in the city.
11. Hold a baby croc at Crocodile park [Davao city]
Home to the largest crocodile in captivity in Davao. The crocodile park also nurses baby crocs which visitors can get a chance to hold.
12. Buy cheap fruits as pasalubong in Davao’s market. [Davao city]
Davao market has cheap and unique fruits that you can take home as pasalubong, like durian, marang, mangoosteen and papayas.