March Highlight 2: Davao City Tour
May 2, 2011 § Leave a comment
Warning: This is an overdue post. 2 months overdue :D
This here is a continuation to the first one I posted awhile back. Day 2 of the Davao Trip.
As I’ve posted, we spent the first day in the luxurious Pearl Farm.
Now what is a trip without touring the city? That’s just what we did the next day.
Mr. Nelson Bibera, the owner of Davao Tour Services, personally accompanied us to 4 of Davao City’s most popular tourist spots; the Malagos Garden Resort, the Philippine Eagle Conservatory, the Eden Nature Park and Resort and the Crocodile Farm. We drove around and visited these beautiful sights for 8 hours.
The best among the 4 would be the Malagos Garden Resort. If I were to go back to Davao City, I’d revisit it, second to the Pearl Farm. It was regretful that we can only stay there for 3 hours. We didn’t even get to see the Butterfly Sanctuary.
The Eden Nature Park is also a great place to visit. The park’s tour package includes a 30-45 minute guided tour around (a part of) the 80-hectare park. Aside from it’s day-tour package, it also has log cabins available for people wanting to spend the night with nature. It is also a must-see.
My least favorite would be the Crocodile Farm. I still get headaches every time I think about it. Crocodiles, big, small, everywhere. I don’t have the words to explain it. My opinion is to skip that. Although, the farm also has a butterfly sanctuary. That must be a good see. Unfortunately, we didn’t get there on time and yet again, I didn’t get to see even one butterfly.
To top off a day well spent, we dined at Jack’s Ridge. It boosts of good food and a good night view of the city.
For more information please do check out the websites below:
Or contact Mr. Bibera at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Okay, that’s it. Time for pic spam. :)
Photos are mine. But I’m too lazy to watermark them.