Explore the best of Davao with a whole-day private tour of city attractions and the famed Chocolate Museum. Complete with transfers to take you around, the 8-hour tour shows the colorful heritage of Davao that will surely enrich your vacation here.
Your escapade begins at Lon Wa Buddhist Temple in Agdao district. It is one of the biggest Buddhist temples in the Philippines, boasting walls laden with Italian marble slabs. The temple also houses a gold statue of Kuan Yin, the goddess of mercy. Throughout the complex are beautiful lily ponds that make a visit all the more memorable.
Next on the itinerary are the farms of the Puentespina family, who manages the production of Malagos chocolates, one of Davao’s iconic exports.
The chocolates are cultivated only on the farms, giving the cacao beans a flavor distinguished by prestigious chocolate guilds all over the world. You’ll have a chance to enjoy the so-called “food for the gods” at the end of the tour when you stop by the Chocolate Museum.
You will also see the Kadayawan Village in Magsaysay Park, a complex of reconstructed ancient houses representing the 11 indigenous and Moro groups of Davao. Nearby are stall after stall of fruit stands that offer Davao’s prized produce, pomelo, dragonfruit, durian, and many more.
A running tour of Chinatown’s charming shopfronts and teahouses is next, then a visit to the San Pedro Cathedral. Unlike most heritage churches, the cathedral is designed in both Christian and Muslim architecture.
You will also stop by the city hall, People’s Park, Pasalubong Center, and Cacao City, which offer goodies and souvenirs.
Finally, you will visit the Chocolate Museum, a playful exhibition, and gallery of how Malagos chocolates are made. It also has a chocolate bar for sampling candy and drinks, and a laboratory, where you can make your own chocolate (with charge).
You can book this whole-day private tour of Davao City’s attractions and the Chocolate Museum for Mondays to Fridays. Check availability now by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.