Discover the cultural heritage of Davao City with this private sightseeing and history tour. You will be visiting museums, nature parks, temples, orchid gardens, souvenir shops, and many more. This excursion includes admission fees to attractions, a knowledgeable tour guide, buffet lunch, and transfer services with pick up and drop off points within Davao City, all planned within an 8 hour period.
Your first stop will be at Eden Nature Park, a mountain resort with a man-made forest, cottages, orchards, restaurant, and other attractions that will satisfy your wanderlust. Try various recreational activities such as hiking, zipline, sky cycling, and many more before going to Lon Wah Buddhist Temple, which is known for its antique stone relics and exquisite architecture,
Head over to Puentespina Orchid Garden next, a tourist attraction famous for its various kinds of rare and well-known orchids. After your orchid tour, you’ll proceed to Jack’s Ridge, a highly recommended dining destination that offers wonderful scenery, making it an excellent backdrop for photos.
Your next stop is at Durian Candy Factory, which is famous for all things durian—candies, jams, sticks, bar, and many more. Afterward, you’ll proceed to Museo Dabawenyo which showcases the culture and traditions of Davao through arts, crafts, and rare artifacts. Head over to Bone Museum afterward, a museum dedicated to the art and science of bones and skeletons of animals.
Your adventure continues with a shopping spree at three locations: Fruit Market, Eco Crafts, and Aldevinco Souvenirs. Head to Fruit Market first, which is famous for its organic and local fruits and vegetables. Next is Eco Crafts, a place where you can purchase products made with indigenous materials. Lastly, if you want to buy souvenirs that are reminiscent of Davao culture, Aldevinco Souvenirs is the place to go.
Explore Davao City in the comfort of your own transport service and guide on this private tour. Check availability by choosing a date above.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.