About Davao City, Davao del Sur
Magallanes Corner Legaspi St., Brgy 2A
Davao City, Davao del Sur, 8000
By Air: One can reach Leyte by taking a flight via Manila or Cebu. In Manila you need to transfer from the international airport terminal to the domestic airport terminal for a direct flight to Tacloban City, Leyte.
From Tacloban, buses or vans travel to Baybay also every hour, traveling time is approximately 2.5 hours.
By Sea: If your flight is coming from Cebu City, you can take a taxi from the airport to the harbor/pier – You can choose to ride a passenger vessel via Ormoc City or direct to Baybay City. Make sure to check the schedule of the boats before making a plans.
From Ormoc buses and jeepneys travel to Baybay which is about a 1-hour drive
- Crocodile Farm – “Pangil,” one of the country’s largest crocodile measuring over 18 ft in length can be seen here. Crocodile Farm is home to locally bred crocodiles, big snakes, tigers, apes and even colorful butterflies. Visitors can spend time viewing resident animals, horseback riding or even feeding young reptiles.
- Philippine Eagle Center– This is home to the world’s largest eagle. The Philippine Eagle National Center is a safe haven for the Philippine National Eagle. The center breeds and cares for the bird with a goal to increase its population and prevent the extinction of its species.
- San Pedro Cathedral –Davao city’s oldest church named after their patron saint San Pedro.
- Eden Nature Park– A very popular mountain resort covering about 40 hectares of developed land. The perfect getaway from the busy city life, Eden Nature Park is a sanctuary for those who want to unwind and enjoy some relaxing time with nature. Organic fruits and vegetables are available here.
- Davao Museum– A repository of Davao’s native craft, tribal artworks, ancient musical instruments and colorful costumes can be seen here. The museum captures the rich and colorful custom of the province.
- Mt. Apo– The tallest peak in the country. Adventure seekers can opt to climb and explore the place which takes about 4 days of trekking and climbing. Group climbs are also organized by the local government during holy week for “Conquer Mt. Apo” and semestral break climbs in October called “Octotrek”.
- Durian- is made of soft, easily digestible flesh made of simple sugars like fructose and sucrose that when eaten replenishes energy and revitalizes the body instantly.
- Kadayawan Festival – a week long festivity every third week of August, the entire event is a celebration of life, thanksgiving for bountiful harvest, rich culture and peaceful living.
- Araw ng Dabaw Festival – a week long celebration that ends every 16th of March, this festival is a celebration of the founding of the city. One of the highlights of the event is the crowning of the Mutya ng Dabaw which happens every March 15.
|Room Type|| Room
|Regular Rate||Promo Rate|
|Deluxe Twin/Mat with Ref||2||2700||1350|
|Standard Family 3pax||3||2400||1200|
|Deluxe Family 3pax||3||2700||1350|
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*Promo Rate is applicable from January 1 to December 31, 2017