Eden Nature Park

Davao City, Davao del Sur

Eden Nature Park is a mountain resort and paradise located in Davao City. This place for rest and relaxation is 95% human-made, located 3000 ft above sea level of Davao City. To get there, it only takes one-and-a-half ride by plane down south from Manila, and a travel time of approximately one hour from the airport. This place of recreation is rich in exotic flowers, lush green forests, and the so ...

ngs of birds.

Eden Nature Park was then a logged-over area covered by wild grass when it was discovered in 1971. The owner of the area realized that the place could be one major tourist attraction for it has an imposing view of Davao City and Davao Gulf.

Thousands of pine tree seedlings were planted not long after terraces were carved out of the mountain slope. At present, 100 000 pine trees covering 80 hectares contibute to the beauty of the place.

Eden Nature Park News

  • Celebrating Edens 2 Decades Of Success

    Celebrating Edens 2 Decades Of Success

    Amid the hustle and bustle of the city, October 27, marked the 20th anniversary celebration of Eden Nature Park and Resort Davao.

    Known for its cool breeze, the mountain resort located 2,650 feet above sea level in Barangay Eden, Toril District, Davao City, was prepped up to perfection with guests also dressed just right for the special occasion.

    The resort's top executives and personnel, special guests and valuable patrons were all in attendance to the event dubbed as Client Appreciation Night.

    Eden Nature Park and Resort and JVA Group of Companies chairman Miguel M. Ayala earlier sa ...

  • Davao Landmark Celebrates 20th Year

    Davao Landmark Celebrates 20th Year

    If you will build, they will come, so goes a line of the movie, "Field of Dreams," starring Kevin Costner. Jesus "Chito" V. Ayala (JVA) and his wife, Fe, may not have heard the statement when they converted what used to be a banana plantation into a mountain resort. Now, after 20 years, people still come to the place.

    The couple called it Eden Nature Park and Resort, named after the barangay. But just like the Garden of Eden stated in the Bible, this beautiful man-made resort nestled at the foot of Mount Talomo in Toril is truly a testament to how mans ingenuity and concern for the environ ...

  • From Island To Highlands What To See In Davao City In One Day

    From Island To Highlands What To See In Davao City In One Day

    Despite the current martial law status that looms over Mindanao, life and business continue on the island. Although some businesses, especially in the tourism sector, felt a slight dip during the beginning of the proclamation, it has since steadily picked up again.

    According to Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao hotel manager Bryan Yves Lasala, they were only slightly affected by the martial law. He said that occupancy was affected by eight to 10 percent as there were cancellations of bookings last June and July.

    But after people realized that there's no real danger, tourists started coming ...

  • 20 Years With Eden Nature Park

    20 Years With Eden Nature Park

    Eden Nature Park and Resort or more commonly known as Eden was discovered in 1971. It used to be a logged-over area covered by a blanket of wild grass. Not long after, terraces were carved out of the mountain slope, and thousands of pine seedlings were planted.

    Today, there are over 100,000 pine trees spread in about 80 hectares, providing a magnificent backdrop of the various attractions in Eden. Located at the highest point of the park, a wonderful view of Davao City and the gulf beholds you as commune with nature.

    In the 1990?s, Eden was classified as an eco-tourism zone. The owners e ...

  • Skyswing At Eden Nature Park Davao

    My cousin Yanni and I tried the Skyswing at Eden Nature Park, and my heart stopped--literally. I couldn't even scream at the first drop. An exciting part of our Davao adventure!

  • Hitting Two Birds In Davao Del Sur

    Hitting Two Birds In Davao Del Sur

    My trip to Davao Del Sur is jampacked! We went to two different landmarks that is far away from each other. I said "we" because this time my older sister joins me. The initial plan is to backpack Davao Region alone. But I tease my older sister who also climbs that I will visit this certain lake which will give me a nice view of Mt. Apo. I think every mountaineer's dream is to climb the highest mountain in the Philippines but after it's fire accident they close it down leaving us no choice but to just stare it from afar which is fine with me though.