Sometimes where you stay is half the fun of traveling. And that might just be true in the Island Garden City of Samal, arguably the largest resort city in the Philippines.
A bonsai forest, a stairway to heaven and a sleeping dinosaur —Davao Oriental seems to have been made for photo opportunities.
Craving some adventure? Head to Davao del Sur.
Sometimes where you stay is half the fun of traveling. And that might be most true in the Island Garden City of Samal, arguably the largest resort city in the Philippines.
Unearth the hidden allure of Compostela Valley, and you’ll feel as though you’ve struck gold. The province is located in southeastern Mindanao and was once a part of Davao del Norte. It is known for its gold mining industry but is also home to captivating landscapes — a diverse mix of flat, rolling and mountainous terrain.
Clean. Progressive. Modern. If you’re searching for city that capitalizes on the outdoors, you might just find Davao City a pleasant surprise.
“From Islands to Highlands.” That is the promise of the Davao region.