Explore some of the best nature-themed local attractions in Davao City by joining this 8-hour tour of the Crown Jewel of Mindanao. You will visit three unique tourist spots that can only be found on this side of the Philippine islands, namely Eden Nature Park, the Philippine Eagle Center, and Malagos Garden Resort, This day tour includes an English speaking local guide, admission fees to attractions, and a buffet lunch of sumptuous local dishes. A round trip transport service in a private air-conditioned vehicle will also be arranged for you, with pick up and drop off points at your hotel of choice within Davao City.
The first stop is Eden Nature Park, an eco-tourism resort located in Toril, Davao City. The 40-hectare park stands roughly 3,000 feet above sea level, with a full range of recreational activities and nature-themed attractions such as hiking trails, a playground, two hydroponics greenhouses, a butterfly garden, bamboo maze, sky swing, fishing village, a deer park, and a butterfly garden, to name a few of its attractions.
Next, you will proceed to the Philippine Eagle Foundation, a center for the conservation of the Philippine’s national bird. Because it is on the endangered species list, the facility serves as a sanctuary for the Philippine Eagle, enabling the majestic birds to thrive in its element. Don’t hesitate to ask the staff anything pertaining to the eagles, as they are more than equipped to tell you more about these exotic bird species.
Finally, you’ll head on to your final stop, Malagos Garden Resort, a 12-hectare agri-tourism park with various nature-themed attractions in the park. You will find bird feeding programs, animal encounters shows, educational farming tours, a butterfly sanctuary, and museum. There’s even a chocolate museum that teaches you the tree to bar journey of the cacao bean.
Get acquainted with the natural plant and animal species of Davao City when you go on this tour of Eden Nature Park, Philippine Eagle Center, and Malagos Garden. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited,