Rental Package Tour Two2018-12-29T04:36:14+00:00

Travel Time: 10hrs

1. Eden Nature Park & Resort

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In the District of Toril in Davao City, you’ll find Eden Nature Park cozily tucked at the foot of Mount Talomo. Across 80 hectares, you’ll have a chance to explore a wildlife sanctuary full of exotic birds, plants, flowers, and insects. 95% manmade, this nature park has some jaw-dropping scenery including 100,000 tall forest trees and 100,000 pine trees. It smells so fresh!
Recreational Activities:
a. Guided Shuttle Tour
b. Buffet Lunch
c. Sky Rider
d. Sky Cycle
e. Sky Swing
f. Horse Back Riding
g. Fishing Village
h. Swimming Pool
i. Indiana Jones

2. Eagle Farm

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The Philippine Eagle Center (PEC) is an 8.4-hectare area located at the foothills of Mt. Apo in Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City and situated within the Malagos Watershed. The Philippine Eagle Center primarily operates as a conservation breeding facility for the critically endangered Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) and other birds of prey.

3. Malagos Garden Resort

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Malagos Garden Resort is a 12-hectare nature theme park in Davao. This garden resort is one of the most popular attractions for tourists because of it being a one stop destination where you can enjoy and be one with nature, while at the same time find comfort in the serenity of the place.

Aside from these nature-centered spots, Malagos is also the home of the first chocolate museum in the Philippines. It is where the award-winning tree-to-bark Malagos chocolate is being made, that is being exported to countries particularly in Japan. Malagos also houses Mindanao Contemporary Art Gallery, where you will discover the rich culture of Mindanao through their art and history.


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