Things To Do in Davao

Are you going to Davao? Well, you are sure to have a fabulous time in the great city of the Philippines. Far away from the crowded capital, you will find Davao a lot cleaner and safer. It is no wonder that it is fast becoming a star in the tourism scene. Hundreds and thousands of tourists and travelers arrive here on Jetstar flights to discover the city with countless attractions.

Davao is filled with modernity and museums as well as impresses one because of its nature and architecture. Immerse yourself in the history and marvels of the city with different cultures. Look for Manila to Davao online flight booking platform to confirm your booking and take advantage of some great deals on flight and hotel bookings.

Make the best of your trip while you are here and browse for the best getaways and experiences in Davao.

Things To Do in Davao
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    Stroll through the Davao China Town


    Located in the center of downtown Davao, the China Town is the busiest section of the city. It boasts of several malls and department stores where you can shop for some great souvenirs. Enjoy authentic Chinese food at any of the restaurants on Uyanguren and Villa Abrille streets.

    Look at exotic animal species at Davao Crocodile Park


    The Davao Crocodile Park is a popular tourist destination that boasts of a high-tech crocodile farming system that is equipped with modern facilities. Apart from crocodiles, you can see other animals like monkeys, bearcats, snakes, raptors, and various reptiles.

    Walk along San Pedro Street


    San Pedro Street is located along the San Pedro Cathedral, which is the oldest structure of the city. It was built in 1847 and is located near the Davao City Hall. There are other interesting spots such as Quezon parks and OsmeƱa, Rizal nearby.

    Hike to Mount Apo


    If you love nature and being outdoors, then you must climb to the country’s highest peak, Mount Apo. Recently reopened to the public, it has already become one of the icons of the region. Be wary as the climb is not for the faint-hearted, Mount Apo is the “King of Philippine Peaks and carries an elevation of 3,144 meters above the sea. It is one of the most sought-after climbing destinations in Southeast Asia.

    Explore the Japanese tunnel


    The Japanese tunnel dates back to World War II. The Prisoners of War made the tunnel in 1942 in the hilly section of Matina Balusong. The tunnel was meant for the Japanese hide-out and was used for storing and transporting their equipment to mobilize the forces against the American army.

    Visit the Holy Infant Jesus Shrine


    You must make a trip to the Holy Infant Jesus Shrine, which is located at Broadcast Avenue Shrine Hills. There are two open-air chapels of the Shrine, the Crucified Christ and the statue of Our Lady of Fatima. The Holy Infant Jesus Shrine is very popular among the locals and the tourists.

    Enjoy the Datu Sicao Falls


    You can reach the beautiful Datu Sicao Falls after a long trek that will take about 4-6 hours. The hikers often stay at the campsite before proceeding to the falls. The trek is tough but worth all the effort once you reach the falls and can take a dip in its cool and refreshing waters.

    Get a great view of the city from Jack’s Ridge


    Head for Jack’s Ridge and hang out here for some time to enjoy some excellent views of the city.  There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and coffee shop where one can rest and enjoy a great meal. You can stroll in the garden or swim in a pool.




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