5 New Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao

Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao

Davao comes with a good mixture of both manmade and natural destinations that are top destinations for foreign and local tourists. Davao city is also among the safest and largest cities in the Philippines and is usually made the gateway to other amazing places in Mindanao. Whether you want to find out more about the history of the region, relax in a park and take in the view, or do something with a little more adventure. As your local travel guide in the Philippines here is a list of 5 new tourist destinations in Davao.

1. Hyperbola Ball Pit-Café

Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao
Another cutting-edge concept just jumped in Davao City, is the Hyperbola Ball Pit-Café. The trendy establishment will let one plunge into a sea of a hundred thousand, 150,000 to be exact, calming white balls playground-designed to promote the transformative and therapeutic power of play.

 

2. BlueJaz Water Park

5 New Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao

BlueJaz Water Park is located at a resort that is situated a few minutes from Davao City. It has three beaches that visitors can enjoy, four swimming pools, and eight different waterslides. There are 300 feet flumes for adults to enjoy as well as shorter, less intense slides for children to enjoy. If you’d like to feel an adrenaline rush, there is a zip line that runs directly over the pools in the park.

3. Malagos Garden Resort

5 New Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao

The newly-opened restaurant is located in Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City (alongside the road before reaching Davao’s popular tourist destinations: Malagos Garden Resort and Philippine Eagle). At present, it serves native delicacies of Bagobo K’lata Tribe. The word “Ma’a Torro” is a Bagobo K’lata word which means “Mangaon ta (let’s eat!).”

4. Dahican Beach

5 New Tourist Spots To Discover in Davao

Dahican Beach is not a resort that has lots of vendors and water activities to take part in; it is simply a beautiful beach with white sand and turquoise water that will take your breath away. The crescent-shaped beach is a sanctuary for endangered sea turtles, so if you get the chance to explore the area, look for the nursery pens along the beach.