Tagum and Mati City Van Rental Tour Package
TOUR PACKAGE #6 –TAGUM AND MATI (2 Days, 1 Night) TOUR
- Christ the King Cathedral
- Tagum City Hall
- Banana Beach Resort
- Blue Bless Resort
- Dahican Beach
Tagum-Mati Tour Itinerary
Day 1 – Travel from Davao City starts at 8am
Arrive at Christ the King Cathedral in Tagum City 9am
Next stop 10min travel to the Tagum City Hall
Next stop 30min travel to Banana Beach Resort at 10am and stay until 3pm
Next stop 2hrs travel to Blue Bless Resort Mati 5pm (Overnight Stay)
Day 2 – Check out at Blue Bless Resort
Next stop 15min to Dahican Beach Mati must arrive at 1PM
Return to Davao starts at 3PM
Tagum-Mati Tourist Spots
Christ the King Cathedral, Tagum City
Tagum City, the capital city of Davao del Norte province is strategically located at the Northern portion of Southern Mindanao. It serves as a vital economic crossroads for the entire Davao Region. Beyond the notion of being a predominantly agricultural metropolis, this progressive city is becoming a competitive metropolis that is able to promote its local tourist spots to audience from the global stage.
Tagum City has been crowned as the country’s Palm City Capital.
It took 12 years to construct the Christ the King Cathedral located in a two-hectare parcel of land donated through the generosity of the heirs of late Dr. and Mrs. Juan Gonzales. This place of worship is a collective expression of gratitude by the faithful of the Diocese of Tagum to Christ The King of The Universe, titular head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Crowned to have the biggest Cathedral in the island of Mindanao and world’s largest wooden rosary, gigantic structures sit in Magugpo South along corner Gonzales Avenue and Sobrecary Street, away from the city’s hustle and bustle. The giant 150-meter long wooden rosary made from magcono (iron wood) is touted to be the world’s largest rosary, with each bead weighing 35 Kilograms.
The rosary lies beneath the bronze statue of the Risen Christ and behind the Cathedral.
Entrance Fee is FREE.
Tagum City Hall
The new City Hall, which was inaugurated earlier this year during the 18th founding anniversary of Tagum, sits on the sprawling 8-hectare land in Brgy Apokon. It is a Php 700-million state-of-the-art building on the property donated by Davao business magnate, Jesus V. Ayala. The structure attracts visitors for its colossal structure and environment-friendly design and technology.
Banana Beach Resort and Plantation, Tagum City
A 25-minute ride from the city proper will lead you to the world’s only beach resort inside a banana plantation. Banana Beach Resort offers a world class accommodation and services for those who spend the luxurious beach trip. Boasting its world class “infinity” swimming pool and a sprawling, vibrant green forest, this resort promises to offer “lanikai” — a Hawaiian word which means “heaven by the sea” experience.
Entrance Fee is P950 per head consumable for foods, Tours and fishing village.
The resort has fishpond with “Milk Fish (Bangus)” & “Talakitok” fish. You can take fishing and serve with a freshly delicious of any type of dish you like.
Nestled within the 760-hectare banana plantation developed into an estate resort, Hijo Real Estate Resort brags itself to be the premiere eco-tourism site of Tagum City. Aside from the usual beach estate amenities, it offers a different kind of tourism experience rolled into one.
Blue Bless Beach Resort, Mati City
Blue Bless Beach Resort is one of the popular beaches located in Mati City. It is specifically situated at Sitio Pitugo, Barangay Bobon, Mati City, Davao Oriental, Philippines. Blue Bless offers cost-friendly accommodations and a clean and cosy sanctuary for its clients. So if you are seeking for a thrilling and unforgettable get away, choose to stay in Blue Bless Beach Resort.
Dahican Beach Resort, Mati City
The moment you lay your eyes on Dahican, it will truly capture your heart. Dahican is a long extensive sandy beach surrounded by tall coconut trees, clear waters and strong waves that are ideal for surfing.
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