Philippine Experience


Davao de Oro is known for its natural, leisure and wellness attractions. From nature parks and mountain resorts surrounded by sea of clouds, to spectacular lakes, waterfalls and natural hot spring that assure relief and relaxation, mostly managed by the local communities.

Bilawa Hot Spring, Lake Leonard and the numerous cascades and mountain trails of Maragusan are some of the most-visited sites in Davao Region.

In-land resorts, recreational sites and local concessions dot Davao de Oro’s highland and valleys while its coastal area offers rest and relaxation locales ranging from mid to high end island beach resorts.

The province is home to Mansaka, Mandaya, Manobo, Mangguangan, Dibabawon and Kagan ethnic communities.

Must-buys from the province include Kagan delicacies, Bya’is traditional wine, bibingka and Mansaka woven products.



Davao Oriental takes pride of its diversity of attractions, from its cluster of exhilarating cascades, world-class dive sites and flourishing reefs, to towns and landmarks that chronicled its rich history.

Located in the borders of Mati City and the municipalities of San Isidro and Gov Generoso, Mount Hamiguitan is an important attraction in the province and region, being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the first in Mindanao. This more than 2,000 hectare  protected forest is a realm thriving with rich biodiversity.

The province is also home of three of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World : Balete, Mayo and Pujada bays in Mati City teem with rich marine resources from turtles, dolphins, dugongs, to thriving corals and reefs.

To immerse in an enriching cultural experience, the Mandaya villages in Sitio Sangab in Caraga is considered as one of the outstanding culturally rich indigenous communities in Southern Mindanao that has stood the test of time.

Other historical and important sites in the province include the San Salvador del Mundo church, parolas of Cape San Agustin, Pusan Point, and Subangan Museum, which chronicles the cultural, historical, social and economic development of the province.

Must-buys from the province include dagnay fabrics, bottled chilli, and coconut products.


Where to stay in Davao?

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