Escape from the busy city and visit Malagos Garden Resort and Eden Nature Park and Resort with this private day tour. Commune with nature, visit museums and explore chocolate making with this full-day adventure at two of the top tourist spots in Davao City.
After getting picked up from your Davao City hotel, you will make your way to the 12-hectare Malagos Garden Resort, one of Davao's popular parks. You will first visit Museo de Mariposa, where you can enjoy the serenity of being surrounded by butterflies. You will also get to learn about the various species of butterflies and how they undergo metamorphosis.
Next, you will go to the Mindanao Contemporary Art Gallery, a small abode featuring the works of Napoleon Abueva, the Father of Modern Filipino Sculpture.
Next is the Bird Feeding Dome (weekends only), home to Mindanao lorikeets, Guaiaberos, Sunbirds, Peafowls, as well as a number of rehabilitated raptors, hornbills, and parrots. Don't miss the interactive learning session during the birds' feeding time.
You will also explore the parks of Malagos, collectively called "Science in the Park." Don't miss out on the recreational outdoor activities as well as the various interactive installations.
The last attraction in Malagos, certainly a lot of people's favorite, is the Chocolate Museum. Visitors are shown the process of tree-to-bar chocolate production. Also, you will get to make your very own chocolate with the chocolate-truffle making workshop. Using different kinds of Malagos chocolates, fruits, nuts, and candy, you can make chocolate that you can eat on the spot or take home with you.
Your next stop is at Eden Nature Park and Resort, an 80-hectare mountain resort that provides accommodations, recreational activities, dining, and function areas. What's amazing is that the resort is 95% man-made. Grab the chance to try the Indiana Jones ride, which is a mini-zip line mainly used by children.
Commune with nature at some of the best parks in Davao with this private day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
- Bird show is only on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.