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Information about Philippine Eagle Monument

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330 Google reviews
Type
Park
Location
F6FV+P9, Marilog District, Arakan, Cotabato, Philippines
Opening hours
05:00 - 18:00
Distance From City Center
5.2 km
Family-friendly
Yes
Average rating
4.5
Number of reviews
330

Philippine Eagle Monument

 

The Philippine Eagle Monument in Davao stands as a majestic tribute to the critically endangered Philippine eagle, also known as the monkey-eating eagle, the largest living eagle in the world. This iconic monument is not only a symbol of national pride but also a reminder of the urgent need for conservation efforts to protect this magnificent bird.

It pays homage to the rare and magnificent Philippine eagle, an emblem of the nation's rich natural heritage. The monument's stunning design and intricate details make it a popular Davao tourist spot for locals and tourists alike, showcasing the importance of wildlife conservation.

Visitors can explore the surrounding park, which offers a serene setting for picnics and leisurely walks. The monument itself provides a great backdrop for photos and serves as an educational tool to raise awareness about the Philippine eagle and the importance of protecting its habitat. For those seeking more information, there are often educational exhibits and events nearby, offering a deeper insight into the eagle's plight and conservation efforts. There are also hotels in Davao around the area of the attraction.

How to get there

Reaching the Philippine Eagle Monument is easy. It's situated in the heart of Davao City, so you can take a taxi, public transportation, or even walk if you're staying nearby. The monument is a prominent landmark, making it simple to locate. You can book Davao transfers if you’re planning to tour on your own or book Davao tours for a fuss-free trip.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the Philippine Eagle Monument is during the dry season, which typically spans from November to April. The weather is more predictable, and you can enjoy outdoor activities comfortably without the interruption of heavy rains. However, if you're passionate about eagle conservation, consider visiting during the Philippine Eagle Week celebrations in June, when special events and educational programs are held to raise awareness about these majestic birds.

 

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