Davao Crocodile Park is located in Davao City, Davao del Sur. The park served as the sanctuary for numerous species of crocodiles including the country's largest, named, "Pangil'. Aside from crocodiles of varying ages and sizes, the park also houses various breeds of birds, from the Philippine sea eagle to kakatoe and Indonesian parrots
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There's no place like home this adage is so true. I was born in Davao, but I grew up in Manila; and for some reasons, I've never had a chance to come back to my home town (Panabo) and meet my relatives for many years, until I luckily booked a cheap flight for Davao.
Davao offers a good mix of beaches, adventure and food. And the best part is its great value for money. It is getting its chance to shine as it is President Rodrigo Duterte's hometown. Our pick of eight ways to explore Davao.
SPLURGE OUT AT PEARL FARM RESORT
Make your base at the luxurious Pearl Farm Resort, on Samal Island. Close to the city, this former cultivation farm for luxurious south sea pearls has been now converted into a luxury resort with traditional huts on stilts. The designs of the Samal House are inspired by the actual designs of that of the Samal Tribe of Mindanao whose me ...
Even before President Rodrigo R. Duterte was sworn into office last June, his hometown has long been cited as a model city, praised largely for its favorable peace and order situation, and regarded as the premier agricultural and trade center of Mindanao.
Indeed, the highly urbanized Davao City offers a number of unique products and attractions, including some of the country's best-tasting fruits, as well as scenic tourist spots, historical sites and landmarks, and pristine beaches. Add to that the unique chance for a close encounter with the famed Philippine Eagle or with some of the fierc ...
Located in the Souther part of Mindanao, home of the very infamous Durian fruit, and home of our current President, Rodrigo Duterte, this bustling city of Davao has so much to show and to impress tourists.
During our weekend adventure in Davao, we tried to fit in as many places as we could to explore. During our stay in this vibrant city, we were accommodated right in the heart of Davao, at the MARCO POLO HOTEL. This hotel was so central, it made exploring so much easier.
Just outside Marco Polo Hotel, you will find ALDEVINCO. This is a perfect place to look for presents to take home. F ...
A 5.9-foot long crocodile that was caught prowling in the flood waters of a barangay here was turned over to the Davao Crocodile Park by environment authorities Tuesday.
Crocodile Park Operations Director Ana Borja told the Manila Bulletin that the saltwater crocodile, which was caught in Barangay Catalunan Pequeno, was turned over to the park by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Wednesday.
The reptile has been named "Croc Zero" by park personnel for the absence of markings that are present in crocodiles that are under the care of the park.
The city's Central ...
The Davao Crocodile Park, Inc. (DCPI), one of the city's key tourist destinations celebrates 11 years of educating people on wildlife conservation today.
Philip Dizon, owner of DCPI expressed his gratitude for all Davaoeños and to all the tourists in and outside the city for patronizing and supporting the park for the past 11 fruitful years.
For this year, Dizon intends to emphasize the organization's vision-mission statement, which is centered on the importance of wildlife conservation.
"The great challenge is educating people on wildlife conservation," he said.
Today's celebrati ...