Famous Tourist Spots in Davao
Mt. Apo stands at 2,954 meters, making it the highest peak in the Philippines. Mountaineers who love a challenge will find themselves facing a hard one with this mountain; it takes an average of two days to reach the peak, where a small crater lake awaits the successful climbers.
Davao White Water Rafting
For travelers looking for a more adventurous activity, Davao offers white water rafting. Davao Wildwater Adventure offers an unforgettable experience of paddling through the strong currents of the Davao River.
Located in the Tugbok district, this was the place where the joint forces of Filipinos and Americans fought a long battle against the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. Many valiant soldiers died during the said war, and a memorial was established in their honor.
This crocodile park is home to locally-bred crocodiles; particularly the country’s biggest named Pangil.
The Davao Museum is a repository of artifacts from Davao’s indigenous tribes as well as photos of historical events.
Davao Dive Sites
Davao’s waters, especially those surrounding Samal Island, house many species of fishes as well as corals of all shapes and sizes. Because of this, many diving spots are offered in different parts of Davao such as the Coral Garden Dive Site, Mushroom Rock Dive Site, and Angels Cove, among others.
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