Davao is Third Most Visited City in the Philippines

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Category: Davao News Posted: Saturday, August 22nd, 2009
In the photo: Philippine Eagle, Marco Polo Hotel and Pearl Farm

In the photo: Philippine Eagle, Marco Polo Hotel and Pearl Farm

Davao, as a booming city of the south has once again received an achievement as the third top destination of the Philippines. The top of the list is Cebu with 422,239 tourists from January to March this year and followed by Boracay with 158,030 arrivals in the same quarter. Based on tourist arrivals, Davao has 156,468 visitors and continuously growing. It is projected that before the year ends, Davao could be one of the top “must-visit” cities in the Philippines.

According to the Department of Tourism, the overall tourist arrivals have reached up to 10.33 percent or a total of 1.3 million. On the first quarter, foreign tourist arrivals recorded to have four percent increase while domestic tourist grows higher up to 13 percent. Due to cheaper flights, better pension houses including infrastructure and good hotels that would accommodate visitors has brought the rise of tourist arrivals in the regions.

Davao City is endowed with flora and fauna, friendly people, rich in culture, fine weather and definitely the best place to relax and unwind. Not to mention the two big Festivals of the city: Araw ng Dabaw and Kadayawan which entice several and outnumbered visitors to witness the wonder of these festivities. On these events, hotels are fully booked, beaches are flocked with guests from other nationalities.

A lot of exciting events can be done while enjoying the tropical climate of Davao. You can go kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, rock climbing, skiing and other activities that cater the needs of every tourist. Explore the white and fine sand beaches and taste the delicious food and fruits which only Davao has to offer.

As a major tourism destination in the Philippines, Davao City takes pride in having world-class hotels and resorts, convention and business facilities, shopping malls and fine dining restaurants.

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