What’s New in Davao Major Sights


Photo by Barato Blog

Pictures of Malagos Garden Resort

Pictures of Malagos Garden Resort

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Photo by the Philippine Eagle Foundation

Photo by the Philippine Eagle Foundation

AFTER two years, we can finally come out of isolation safely and explore again what we have been missing in recent years.

It’s time to bring all the family and friends to places we could have visited but failed for one apparent reason: canceled trips and plans at the height of the pandemic.

Make no mistake, of course, there is no way to return to pre-pandemic travel patterns. We will still adhere to minimum health standards to ensure safe travel as we are still in a pandemic situation. But what’s exciting about exploring places after a long time is that we can see things around us from a better and renewed perspective.

In Davao City, in time for the Araw Ng Dabaw celebration in March, it’s the perfect time to rediscover the iconic sights we’ve all loved for decades. Let’s see what new things and activities these proudly Davao tourist destinations are offering to the public as they welcome visitors this year.

Malagasy Garden Resort

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Pictures of Malagos Garden Resort

Malagos Garden Resort is known for its natural paradise and chocolate museum. The management has ensured that when they welcome visitors back, new things can be enjoyed during their stay.

The resort recently added Koi ponds to the property to help reduce stress and promote relaxation among tourists. While dining at the resort’s Viewdeck Cafe and Roberto’s Garden restaurant, guests can now enjoy views of the kois. Another koi pond adjacent to the resort’s Koi Café is also placed.

The resort has also reintroduced the beloved weekend buffet, which now features bagobo-inspired dishes, malagos cheese, and chocolate-infused meals like malagos cheese kalderetang baka, malagos chocolate-infused pork humba.

For parks and attractions, Malagos Garden Resort will relaunch the Malagos Chocolate Spa. The resort is also happy to welcome you with its new interactive bird show on weekends at 10:30 am.

Of course, guests can still check out the resort’s regular attractions: Chocolate Museum, Butterfly Museum, Bird Feeding Dome, Butterfly Sanctuary, Chocolate Making, Pizza Making.

Davao Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

Pictures of Crocodile Park and Zoo

You can’t say you’re done with your Davao City tour if you haven’t entered the wonderfully wild world of Davao Crocodile Park & ​​Zoo.

When you want to let your kids enjoy the outdoors and finally see the animal they love on YouTube and TV in the flesh, Davao Crocodile Park & ​​Zoo is the perfect place to have fun, relax and enjoy. educate and have fun.

New and returning to the park is its daily educational show “Keeper Talk” which allows visitors to enjoy and learn about more than 70 animal species such as raptors, monkeys, cubs, snakes, birds and famous saltwater and freshwater crocodiles, all in a safe. and guided environment.

Keeping Mindanao, the park also brings back its captivating fire and cultural spectacle by Tribu K’ Mindanawan performance artists.

You can also try their exotic food – crocodile sisig and crocodile ice cream while you encounter the largest crocodile living in captivity here in the Philippines.

Eden Nature Park & ​​Resort

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Photo by Eden Nature Park Resort

Probably for all visitors to Davao, Eden Nature Park & ​​Resort is always on the “must visit” list. With its wide range and diverse offerings – from adventure, nature, agriculture and gastronomy, one visit to this truly Davao destination is definitely not enough.

As the resort welcomes guests back, it now offers an exclusive guided shuttle tour powered by audio recording to limit physical exposure.

The resort also invites tourists and locals to rediscover the Bamboo Maze, Flower Garden, Fisherman’s Village, Skycycle, Skyswing, and Tinubdan Culture Park.

Philippine Eagle Center

Photo by the Philippine Eagle Foundation

To make your visit to Davao City more memorable, what could be better than meeting one of the city’s icons and the national bird?

At the Philippine Eagle Center (PEC), one can be educated about the current plight of the critically endangered Philippine Eagle and what the Philippine Eagle Foundation is doing to preserve the population of the eagle.

In the new normal, the center is proud to reintroduce its Raptor’s Flight show. The show allows guests to witness majestic raptors in action – soaring, soaring and diving in the Philippine Eagle Center’s flight zone starting March 19.

Watch our majestic raptors in action!

For just P500, visitors get a guided tour, flight demonstration, PEC souvenir and snacks. The nice thing about visiting this center is that the fees will go towards maintaining the PEC for the benefit of the rescued and rehabilitated wildlife.

Other must-see attractions at the center are its Rainforest Walkway, Raptor Garden, Incubation and Breeding Lab, Flight Zone, Raptor Road, and Monkey Island.

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