Tours to Davao exposes you to an anchor tourist destination, a natural haven for both sedate and daring pursuits and is the jump-off point to Mindanao.

Suggested itineraries to complete your Davao experience. (visitmyphilippines.com)

Experience the daily grind of the locals as you stroll along San Pedro Street. You can find  the City Hall, City Council and San Pedro Cathedral, the city’s largest church, along this  thoroughfare. You can also take a break and savor durian at the nearby Durian Park (Bolton St.). Get a glimpse of Davao’s culture and history as you witness our local tribes weave  beautiful fabrics at the T’boli Weaving Center (Waterfront Insular Hotel), and see how the city  progressed through time with a visit to the Davao Museum (Insular Village). Take a trip back  to another era at the Japanese Tunnel & Restaurant (Balusong-Matina). Then make a  stopover for fresh fruits at Bankerohan Public Market.

Bounties of Nature…

Enjoy a day with nature in our fascinating countryside. Visit the Philippine Eagle Center  (Malagos), Malagos Garden Resort (Malagos), Crocodile Park (Diversion Road, Ma-a), GAP  Farming Resort (Diversion Road, Ma-a), High Ponds Resort (Toril), and Eden Nature Park
(Eden, Toril). See how our premium tuna products are packed and shipped at the Davao  Fish Port Complex (Toril). On your way back to the city center, make a brief stop at Lola  Abon’s Durian Factory (Matina) for durian confections you can take home.

Shop, shop, shop !

Davao City prides itself in having the most number of malls and department stores this side  of the archipelago. Indulge yourselves with hours of shopping and recreation at Gaisano  Mall of Davao (J.P. Laurel Avenue), Victoria Plaza (J.P. Laurel Avenue), Gaisano South  Citimall (Ilustre Street), NCCC Mall (Matina), Makro (Bangkal) and SM City (Ecoland).  Aldevinco Shopping Center (C.M. Recto Avenue) is a favorite bazaar for “pasalubong” (take home) items of batik garments, brass products, ethnic accessories and souvenir shirts
sold cheaper than those in the malls. Other favorite “pasalubong” include fresh and candied  fruits, orchids and cutflowers, packed frozen tuna, and fresh seafood available in various  shops and public markets.

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