Visit Davao City's top historical and heritage attractions and unwind at a beach resort with this private day tour. This whole-day adventure is perfect for those wanting to combine sightseeing and swimming in one day.
Your tour begins when your driver picks you up at your accommodation in Davao City. Once you’re settled in the van, your tour guide will orient you on the places you’ll be visiting as well as brief you on the safety regulations.
Get ready as you make your way to Kadayawan Village. Kadayawan Village located in Magsaysay Park will give you a glimpse behind the 11 Mindanaoan tribes and indigenous groups. Your walking tour in the village is composed of visiting the tribe’s houses, learning about their origins, and interacting with the members of the tribes. This cultural excursion is one of the best experiences you can get in the city.
You will have a rolling tour to Davao China Town, a place dedicated to the Filipino-Chinese community, before making your way to visit San Pedro Cathedral. With its gothic-style interiors and a beautiful facade, it’s no wonder it’s one of the most photographed churches in the city. Afterwards, you’ll visit Peace Pact Monument, which depicts Mindanaoan tribes and migrants of the city joining their hands for camaraderie.
Take photos of the monument before making your way to Lon Wa Buddhist Temple, one of the biggest Buddhist temples not only in Davao, but in the whole Philippines. You’ll also visit Cheeses artisan and learn about the process of making cheese before making your way to Paradise Island Park and Beach Resort, where a variety of water sports activities awaits you.
Unwind in the area by lounging around, swimming, or trying out new activities such as diving and snorkeling. Appreciate the powdery white sand and scenic views the beach offers before your driver drops you off at your hotel in Davao city.
Take a break and explore the city of Davao by visiting its well-known land and beach attractions. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.