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What to do in Davao
Discover the best of Davao! This city is filled with fascinating landmarks, historical monuments, plus natural and manmade wonders. Travellers from all over the Philippines and across the world love visiting Davao, and you will too.
Start your trip and see the divine side of Davao at the Lon Wa Buddhist Temple, San Pedro Cathedral, and the Shrine of the Holy Infant of Jesus of Prague. Then discover more of Davao’s culture at Museo Dabawenyo, as well as the Kublai Art Gallery and Davao Contemporary Gallery.
Are you visiting Davao with your kids? No problem! Davao has plenty of parks to keep the whole family happy and entertained, like People’s Park and Eden Nature Park and Resort. If you’re feeling adventurous, then don't miss Davao Zorb Park and Deca Wakeboard Park.
See the city's wild side and say hello to the animals at Davao Crocodile Park and the Philippine Eagle Center. Get your heart pumping with river tubing at Talomo River, and then hike the trails of the mighty Mt Apo. Reward yourself next with a hearty meal in Davao City’s best restaurants.
Davao City and its region also have fantastic beaches. There’s Kopiat Island and Dahican Beach in Mati, plus Samal Island’s Kaputian Beach Park Resort, Maxima Aqua Fun, and Pearl Farm Beach. Don’t forget to take a refreshing dip in Samal Island’s Hagimit Falls too.
Get the ultimate Davao experience and schedule your trip to the city during the colorful and exciting Kadayawan Festival in August. You can also join their celebration of Araw ng Davao, Christmas Feast, Summer Fest, Chinese New Year, and Moon Cake Festival.
Pinoys have a tradition of bringing pasalubong to give to their loved ones after a trip. So take home a piece of Davao back home with you and visit Aldevinco, Davao City’s number one pasalubong center.
When to visit Davao
The best time to visit Davao City for the best weather is from November to May. December to April is high season for tourists, but the months of May and November are shoulder season.
As a Filipino citizen, you don’t need a visa or even a passport to fly to Davao City and travel the rest of the region too. Just bring your national or government issued ID card for important transactions in your trip.
Travelling to and around Davao
Once you’ve landed at Davao International Airport (also known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport), you can reach the city center by taxi or jeepney. Start exploring Davao by taxi, jeepney, water taxi, and hired drivers.
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