Explore famous attractions in Davao City as well as Samal Island in this private tour. You will be visiting various cultural landmarks, museums, souvenir shops and more in the city, Afterwards, you will also go to Samal Island where you can enjoy the cool breeze and take a dip in its pristine waters. This tour includes admission fees to attractions, a picnic lunch, a local guide who speaks English, and roundtrip hotel transfers, with pick up and drop off points within Davao City.
Your first stop will be at Lon Wah Buddhist Temple, which is known for its walls laden with marble and golden wood carvings featuring Buddha. It is the biggest Buddhist temple in Mindanao. Afterward, you’ll proceed to Puentespina Orchid Garden, a quiet and peaceful attraction where you can see various types of orchids.
Next on the itinerary is Crocodile Park, where various crocodiles of different and rare species are found. After getting a glimpse of these magnificent creatures, head on to Jack’s Ridge to see a stunning panoramic view of Davao before checking out durian-based products at the Durian Candy Factory.
You’ll then visit Museo Dabawenyo where various Davao-related artifacts, paintings, antiques, and many more are stored and preserved. Another museum you’ll be visiting is the Bone museum. They have a huge display of bones and skeletons of various types of animals.
Your adventure continues when you make a stop at the Fruit Market. Choose from organic and local fruits, vegetables, and other produce before heading to Aldevinco Souvenirs where you can buy popular or rare goods representing the essence of Davao.
Your last stop will be at Samal Island, a beach paradise known for its scenic beauty. Enjoy lounging and swimming in its pristine sand and crystal-clear waters. There are also options for water activities such as diving and snorkeling.
Explore important Davao City landmarks as well as Samal Island on this hassle-free private tour with lunch and transfers. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.