Digos City in Davao Del Sur has been named as " Champion of Good Governace". Now they are promoting tourism within the whole city. The city is the capital of Davao Del Sur. Digos City tourist attractions include Napan falls, Lumayan spring, Bacoco spring, Marawer hot and cold springs, Mahilak falls and Dulangan cascading falls. Its newest addition is the Camp Sabros Ziplines. The Vision of Digos City is to be a socially and economically developed City.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
This was taken inside Davao Crocodile Park Complex. We all know that the butterflies come from caterpillars. You will feel comfort, such a relaxing place to be. It is also my first time to make a butterfly land on my hand. This is the house’s garden. Butterflies fly around here. A lot of butterflies flying everywhere. It is just like being home to a fairy tale with a lot of butterflies fly around. It is a stress relieving instance in life – fresh and peaceful.
I would agree, that for Pangil the crocodile, we are seen as his "Food". Huge Crocodiles like him were removed from their natural habitat & placed in captivity. The Davao Crocodile Park is home to Pangil, the largest living crocodile in the Philippines! Aside from the hundreds of crocodiles, the Davao Crocodile Park also plays host to other exotic species of animals such as monkeys, raptors, snakes, bear cats, birds, and other reptiles, which made my visit Pangil inside Davao Crocodile Park's largest crocodile at 81 Years Old.
We choose Davao!
Inside Davao Crocodile Park, they have there circus-like shows which added to further visitors' experience inside the park. Every day the park schedules a Wildlife Park Show featuring an educational show for guests, crocodile feeding and program. The show at Davao Crocodile Park starts at 4:00 pm during weekends. It starts with a mini-bird show, followed by a yellow python, and an orangutan named Carlo. Afterwards, its the big croc Pangil splashing water to the spectators, feeding frenzy, and tightrope acts of 2 men above the crocs' area until 5:00 pm.
Our second day in Davao is more exciting and adventures with wildlife. This place is considered as one of the finest tourist attractions in Davao which located in Riverfront Corporate City, Diversion Road, Ma -a, Davao. The Davao Crocodile Park is an establishment that showcases a ‘state of the art’ crocodile farming system in the Philippines. It has the most recent crocodile farm design equipped with modern facilities and equipments. The presence of other exotic animal species like raptors, monkeys, bearcats, snakes, birds, and other reptiles makes it one of the most desired tourist destinations.
At the Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farms, Incorporated in Barangay Malanang in Cagayan de Oro City, visitors can try such famous ostrich recipes . Ostrich eggs are also popular in areas where the birds are raised. At the Davao Crocodile Park, where ostriches are raised next to the crocodiles, the eggs are sold at P500 a piece. A mother ostrich, from as young as 18 months to as old as 20 years, can lay three eggs a week.
Davao has its own unique tourist attraction, one of these are the Philippine Eagle which may soon no longer be found in the wild. The Philippine Eagle Center is the place where the Philippines National Bird is bred in captivity in order to increase their numbers. It is also one of the more popular destinations in Davao. It is located at the Davao City Water District’s (DCWD) Watershed Park in Malagos.
Welcome to the cultural village! They have showcase the richness of filipino cultures, empowering cultures. enriching the heritage which also highlights the unique styles, functions and designs of our indigenous architectural landmarks. One of the main attractions in the Crocodile Park complex in Davao City, the Tribu K'Mindanawan Village showcases the different Mindanao tribes, replica of their houses and statues. Apart from that, the Village also serves as the stage for the Tribu K'Mindanawan Cultural Dance Group and their performances. Catch them live every Friday-Sunday
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