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Myrhael Angel is profesor of fine arts, and academy artist, web designer, graphic designer and musician.
This website is dedicated to all you who for the first time want to travel to the Philippines.
Myrhael Angel aka Cro Traveling is the person from Hercegovina that travels to the Philippines for few times already, and based on that he have a lot of experience going there. First time he travel to the Philippines was in 2015 and after that he stop counting 🤫
Herzegovina - Philippines
First far travel by Croatian from Herzegovina
From Mostar in Herzegovina to Belgrade in Serbia
Let me tell you first little bit about my city
Mostar is a croatian capital city of Herzegovina, straddling the Neretva River. It’s known for the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), a reconstructed medieval arched bridge. The nearby alleys are full of shops and market stalls,
Across the river tourists that came to Mostar after visiting pilgrimage in Medjugorje like to visit Christian Church (Crkva sv. Petra i Pavla)
From Mostar in Herceg-Bosna (Herzegovina) to Belgrade in Serbia
From Mostar bus to Belgrade is very long drive . After i came to Belgrade i go to train station near the bus station and there i wait for airport bus A1 . A1 bus cost 300 dinara.
After i came to Belgrade international Airport i notice even it’s so early morning it full of travellers. I knew my flight will be full of people traveling to Doha.
After i check-in and got my tickets from Qatar Airways i go to find my gate which is A1. For my next two ticket that i got already her there’s no gate number written in the ticket , that information i will got on the help desk in Doha and after that for next ticket in Manila. I already have a lot information about my terminals from Qatar airways app which showing me. But still you will not always find a good connection that can help to find is there any changes.
From Belgrade to Doha should be around 4 hours traveling but it seems much way longer i don’t know why. I start sweating knowing that my next flight will be even more longer, from Doha to Manila.
To Serbia i came hungry because my stomack cannot stand food while traveling long with bus. In the plane from Belgrade to Doha i got food which is chicken with little potatoe, and i got coffee etc. All that’s all comes with the price of my ticket so i don’t need to pay for it.
I finish watching one movie and after that i’m not in the mood anymore for any movies , it becomes so warm inside the plane. I hope this music that i have on my tablet will help me to survive few hours more until Doha. And in Doha i have 14 hours layover , but that is better then sitting in the warm plane with no much freedom for the legs.
Doha - manila
First far travel by Croatian from Herzegovina
Doha - Manila
Qatar - PHILIPPINES
Let me tell you first little bit about Manila
Manila has been the principal city of the Philippines for four centuries and is the centre of its industrial development as well as the international port of entry. It is situated on one of the finest sheltered harbours of the Pacific region, about 700 miles (1,100 km) southeast of Hong Kong. The city has undergone rapid economic development since its destruction in World War II and its subsequent rebuilding; it is now plagued with the familiar urban problems of pollution, traffic congestion, powerty, corruptions and overpopulation.
Population - 11,855,975.
In Doha i had long layover, and after that i had a long flight to Manila 🥴 . But hey if you have a will , then nothing should stop you, doesn’t matter where or how you travel
For those who wants to travel to the Philippines, you should know that this country have a lots of poverty, so if you’re not ready to watch that every day and accept it then it’s better for you not to go there. Poverty that i saw in this country i didn’t experience nowhere else like here.
After i came to Doha i go and search where is my Gate for my next flight to Manila. I have long layover so i use that time to read some books, watch some movies and i can tell you time fly by fast. Life is not just about working whole life for small salary, or even for big one, while you’re alive you should use your life to make come true your dreams and fulfilled them all at once while you’re still breathing this earth air
Before we land to Manila stewardess came to ask from what country is my passport. If you are foreigner as me then they’ll give u small Yellow paper to fulfill about you so when u land you give that paper entering the airport. For foreigners they give yellow paper to fulfil and for filipino they give white paper.
People in the Philippines likes a lot to party, a karaoke party. After they drink coconut wine they have karaoke party that last whole night. So if you are somewhere in village be ready on loudness whole night.
I can write much negative words here About poverty in this country but hey who am i to judge. You should come and see by your own eyes and experience it by yourself. People are not guilty , but corruption is and those who are behind it.
People build pig house near they houses so you will smell every day that smell from the pigs and their noisiness Poople owning a land, but all those land they use for planting rice because they earning on selling it after harvesting, but they still have some lands around their houses but they not using it for nothing instead for garbage. Well most of villagers. Almost every second house have small store where they selling stuff, like alcohol rum , coffees, ice for the water, etc.
manila - davao del sur
First far travel by Croatian from Herzegovina
From Manila to Davao
Let me tell you first little bit abu Davao Del Sur
Davao Del Sur is a province in the Philippines situated in the Davao Region occupying the southeastern section of Mindanao. Its capital is the City of Digos. The early inhabitants of Davao del Sur were the Bagobo-Guinggas who occupied the places at the foot of Mt. Apo, the Bilaans of the Hagonoy Valley, the Manobos in Malita and Jose Abad Santos and other ancient tribes. The aboriginal tribes are believed to belong to the second wave of Indonesians who came to the island from Southeast Asia years before the birth of Christ (BC), probably between 1,000 and 2,500 years ago.
Manila - Davao
When i come to Belgrade and ask my ticket that i booked they give me even for this flight ticket but with Qatar Airways f rom Manila to Davao. I know that there is no domestic flight with Qatar Airways. Even when i told them that in Belgrade their answer was we will not give you ticket if there is no this flight.
So i accept their mistake because i know i will fix that when i come to Manila.
I go to the Philippines Airlines in Manila Airport after i come and i got my new ticket to Davao
Manila after i
pick up my bag i go fom Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 fom where i have other flight to Davao Del Sur.
My seat was 48 F near window. In plane food you need to pay, which is different fom my previous flights. The flight was short. So after i finally came to Davao and go outside i notice how hot weather is here. The airport is small but still it have everything what is needed to work good.
Embassies of many nations, including Australia, Britain, France and the US, actively discourage travel to Mindanao and the Sulu archipelago. Attacks against transportation and commercial targets (buses, ferries, shopping malls etc) have resulted in significant loss of life. At the time of writing, the provinces of Miasmis Occidental, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sultan Kudarat, North Cotabato, the Sulu Islands – really any part of the Bangsamoro region – were considered risky; you should exercise caution if planning to travel to Marawi in Lanao del Norte. Check with Filipinos who know specific parts of Mindanao well, before venturing into any potentially dangerous areas, and don’t go alone nowhere. All these caveats aside, as long as you rely on local knowledge, stay away from specific hot spots and err on the side of caution when choosing where and how to travel, you should be fine. The northern Mindanao islands of Siargao and Camiguin have been excluded from the troubles elsewhere. Davao, the business and commercial capital of Mindanao, and the surrounding communities are also considered safe.”
If you have some filipino to travel and explore Philippines then You are safe. As a white person and foreigner you are target to criminals in this country who think that if you are “white” you are rich. But that also go very deep in understanding of background in how some area works in the Philippines. Outside kids will beg u money, and if you give to one kid he will bring 20 more kids to you to ask u more. There was filipino who give me advice telling me don’t give them nothing Because they will follow u rip your pockets to get any pesos. (Peso is their valute)
Davao in my point of view is one of the best places in Mindanao, i been here so many times. Other thing that i notice here is that filipino not look at you everywhere you walk as they do in some other places, but those places are smaller, like small cities and villages. So her you will feel like you are home, and you will also feel safe. On every entrance to the city there is police checkpoints stoping traffic and checking are there criminals trying to enter the city.
Davao del sur - digos city
First far travel by Croatian from Herzegovina
From Davao to Digos
Just be prepared if you are white foreigner in this country, filipinos will look at you and some will point on you with finger.
Here in Digos city there’s not much white people , sometimes i feel I’m the only one. Doesn’t matter are you from USA or Europe they will still call you here Americano. There’s other way how they will call you and that’s by singing Hey Joe.
This city is small city and not that much developed, but still there are places around Digos that is worth coming here. People are kind and many are glad to see white foreigners here. I go in Church on mass near Digos , and when priest saw a white man (me) he came suddenly and ask people around me from where i came from, and then he go back to the altar and he say on microphone “Today here’s with us a person from Croatia, let welcome him, i know by myself how hard is to be foreigner in a stranger country” so after what he say i need to stan up and bow to the people because they applauded me 👏🏻👍🏻
Davao - Digos
After i came to Davao Airport i need to go with taxi to the bus terminal in Davao Del Sur from where i need to find my bus that goes to Digos, when drivers see you they will ask you where you travel. You can tell them Digos. My advice don’t go in every bus they tell you that travels to your destination, because there’s a big difference of quality of those buses. Choose the new bus which is clean, have air conditioner and also the tv screen on which they often put movies. Trust me watching those movies will help you not to throw up how wild they drive these buses.
Between Philippine Airlines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific there are regular daily flights from Manila to Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Ozamiz, Surigao and Zamboanga City; from Cebu to Camiguin, Davao, General Santos, Siargao and Zamboanga City; and Cebu Pacific has a daily flight between Iloilo City on Panay and Davao. Tigerair also has some flights between Manila and Mindanao and flies between Singapore and Davao, as does Silk Air.“You can get to Mindanao by boat from Bohol, Cebu, Leyte, Luzon, Manila, Negros, Palawan, Panay and Siquijor in the Philippines, and “directly from Indonesia (to Zamboanga City).”
The coastline from Cagayan de Oro to Surigao and the offshore islands off the far northeastern tip is a region apart from the rest of Mindanao. Though largely spared from the violence elsewhere, it’s often inaccurately stigmatised simply by dint of association. The university town of Cagayan is both a gateway to the region and a base for adventures in the surrounding Bukidnon Province. Volcanic Camiguin Island is seventh heaven for outdoor-lovers and Siargao is one of the best places in the Philippines to hang ten or simply to hang.. Travel with bus 2 hours travel “Like university towns the world over, the energy and promise of youth endows otherwise ordinary places with a jolt of joie de vivre. Anyone over the age of 18 can feel like a fuddy-duddy walking the crowded, student-laden downtown streets of Cagayan de Oro (the ‘Oro’ refers to the gold discovered by the Spanish in the river here) Much of Cagayan’s relatively robust economy centres on the Del Monte pineapple-processing plant north of town. Nestlé and Pepsi also make their corporate homes in the Philippines here. Popular with Korean tourists who come for English lessons, the relatively cool climate and golf, the city is also the base for outdoor adventures including rafting, hiking, rock climbing and caving”
“Most of Mindanao is easily traversed by a mix of buses and minivans. Quality and comfort varies widely within companies and routes. Less-comfortable jeepneys might be required for out-of-the-way locations. The two-lane highway linking Davao to the northern cities of Cagayan de Oro and Butuan was undergoing extensive work at the time of research – it's narrow and snakes through some mountainous regions. These days it's possible to fly between Camiguin and Siargao, two of the most popular northern Mindanao destinations, with a stop in Cebu. Most people choose not to travel overland on the Zamboanga Peninsula and fly (or less commonly take a boat) to Zamboanga City from Davao.”
Coming to Digos
When i finally came to Digos, i need to catch pedicab to go to pedicab & jeepney terminal and from there i go with other pedicab to San Agustin. This way is cheaper when you go from that terminal. Driver will not drive until the pedicab is not full with people, and inside can go about 8 to 10 filipinos San Agustin is village that belongs to Digos This village is about 15-20 minutes distance from the city.
Digos city - San Agustin
First far travel by Croatian from Herzegovina
From Digos to San Agustin
Situated near Digos, San Agustin is village where villagers lives the most from selling the rice from their rice terraces to the company who buys from them and export to the Europe and rest of the world. Every second house have little store where they selling stuff as alcohol, candy’s, ice which they make and so on. Houses are made mostly of from bamboos . Half of the village have cemented road not asphalt
Digos - San Agustin
The village is far from Digos around 15 minutes drive with pedicab. I even sometimes go to Digos by walk. When i come to Digos from Davao with bus i search in the pedicab station for the transport to San Agustin. In December village become alive with karaoke party🎙 and lechón (whole pig baked at once) but even before that you can hear Christmas music in shopping malls 3 months before Christmas. To tell you the truth filipino really loves to get drunk drinking 🥥 coconut wine. For me that wine is too smelly to drink, i rather choose red normal wine 🍷.
People in San Agustin are kind and here already lives one white man, i still don’t know from where he came from. I just see him when he passes by in his old car. As i heard he have 3 kids with his filipina wife. They have house in Digos and here in San Agustin. Many houses don’t have fences because that’s expensive for them only their house have fence here in this village.
It’s common here that every Christmas people goes to different house to celebrate. Most of that doing relatives, but also neighbors, the same as people do in my country 100 years ago, but here they keep that tradition still. From outside you think they have normal roof in this village the same as in most of the Philippines villages and cities, until you come inside and then you stay in shock where people live still in this century. In this country there is much corruption, but in what country today you will not find that? Many mans from here goes overseas to work on ships etc. to help their family to come out of poverty. Working overseas they got bigger salary. Females who goes to work overseas they spend their salary sending to their family, parents, brothers and to sisters, and many of them send that money to educate their sisters and brothers which this one who finish education never thank them for that help at the end.
This village have two company, one for rice exports to whom villagers sell their rice. Other was Cement & Sand Company where they making finish cement for big buildings, and this company make this village too much traffic with their big trucks going whole day through this village making big dust after them. Villagers doesn’t like what happened to their peaceful village, but they cannot do nothing against those riches. From this village it’s visible Mt. Apo Vulcano which didn’t erupt for decades, while i was here there was very big earthquake. That really scared not just me but whole people here and in Digos. Many from Digos coming to this village because they’re scared of possible tsunami, which didn’t happen. After that big Earthquake, there was next maybe 7 days aftershocks with smaller earthquakes
In front of the airport
Davao is very traffic, so just to come to the airport from bus station in this city you will need around 30 minutes.
The village is is full of people.
There’s even two companies in this village. One company is working with rice and another with stones
I can tell you it’s a wild ride to this place from Digos and then again to the hill where Zipline situated.
The Zipline i use on picture above is the biggest one here in this Camp.
Many people joke that the Philippines has two seasons: hot and hotter. Cool off with some halo-halo. In Manila, MilkyWay Cafe offers the best halo-halo with finely shaved ice and a generous serving of leche flan, gulaman, ube, banana, kaong, beans and garbanzos, milk and a scoop of ube ice cream.
Balut…the infamous and in my opinion, quite terrifying culinary surprise of the Philippines! It's a 19-day old fertilised duck embryo, which is a popular street food throughout the country. We've tried some pretty out-there dishes in our travels, but the Philippines definitely takes the biscuit with balut!
Most of villagers live from rice, selling it to the local business man who reseeling it to the Europe
Rice in this country is main food which you can find everywhere you go in this country.
Filipino enjoy in lechon, beaked pork, some people make real business selling pigs. It is a dish that is almost a fixed part and menu centerpiece of any Filipino celebration which is usually prepared for fiestas, family celebrations (like parties and marriages) and also a favorite dish during Christmas. Lechon is the Spanish name for pig, in the Philippines it means a spit-roasted pig.
Places worth visiting
Croatian from Herzegovina first time at Agong House
Agong House - Kapatagan
Kapatagan Valley has recently become a popular outdoor adventure destinations in Digos City, Davao del Sur in view of the many unique wonders and delightful sights to see – it is a perfect getaway if you want peace & quiet from the everyday noise of urban life. The entire valley is blessed with lush vegetation and a rich variety of flora and fauna amid towering forest trees and stately pine trees in a well manicured grass. At times, it is fully covered with mountain mist and thick fog particularly in the early morning of the day and in the evening.
AGONG means set of two wide-rimmed, vertically suspended gongs used by the Maguindanao, Maranao, Sama-Bajau and Tausug people of the Philippines as a supportive instrument in kulintang ensembles
There are 4 ways to get from Digos to Kapatagan by bus, taxi, car or plane
Kublai Millan is an artist who hails from Davao and made the hills his muse for his gigantic sculptures. He also made a house in the shape of an agong or a bronze gong, a musical instrument which is used by local indigenous groups. His art garden is a place where you can freely stroll on the grass and see the sculptures up close. You are also welcome to go inside the house, which is also used by the artist himself whenever he is in Digos. Kublai has called this a land of peace and it is indeed, one where you can enjoy a day appreciating art amidst nature.
Within the valley, and only a few hundred meters from each other, are a number of popular destinations: Camp Sabros, Mount Apo Highland Resort (now called Camp@tagan Lake Mirror and Hillside), a Tibolo Village, and the nearby Virgin Falls. And in the midst of these is the Kublai Art Garden where various sculptures and art pieces of Mindanaoan artist, Ray Mudjahid "Kublai" Millan, are showcased in a landscape of lush greenery with Mount Apo, the Phlippines' highest mountain peak, and surrounding mountain range as the backdrop.
The easiest way to reach Kublai Art Garden is through private transportation. The site is about two hours drive from downtown Davao City, or an hour away from of Digos City proper. There are buses at the Ecoland Bus Terminal in Davao City that ply to Digos City, and public utility vans for hire from Digos Terminal to Kapatagan. There is also a 5 to 10 minute motorcycle ride readily available at the Kapatagan Market.
ICroatian from Herzegovina first time at Camp Sambros
Camp Sabros Zipline was once featured in Sports Unlimited, and aside from that it is in the foot of MT. APO. Travel time from Digos to this place lasted about 1 hour. You need to hike or ride on a horse or if you have a 4×4 vehicle it is easier to reach the Camp’s entrance from Agong House. We decided to hike to the camp
After Some 20-30 min of exhausting hike we reached Camp Sabros entrance. The place was surrounded with Pine trees. It was cool and has a very relaxing environment.
If you enjoy in Nature this place is for you, and it’s healthy to walk on a fresh air
We choose the longestZipline in Camp Sabros, well actually people who bring me there choose that one for me, and they know that i never be on Zipline. Well maybe they think that I’ll be scared, but actually i enjoy it. It is very hard to record video when u holding phone while you flying with zipline from one hill to other, and that’s why i didn’t use my phone,
To come to Zipline after we arrived to Camp Sabros we go with old Truck and ride to there is all the wau up to hill, so crazy, easily you can fall from the truck. The seat on the back of that truck putting me at the air few times while driver driving us to the Biggest Zipline in this camp.
After we finish with that Zipline we sit to eat and enjoy in Breathtaking view. We brought some foods with us but if you don’t have any, you can order food in their counter.
They actually offer packages of their zipline rides. We chose the the P320.00 per pax. It includes Tandem zipline ride of 380 meters and cable lift, solo zipline ride of 380 meters and 400 meters.
Croatian from Herzegovina first time experiencing Apo Lake
Lake Apo is a crater lake located in Brgy. Guinoyoran in Valencia City (about 11 km from the city center). Surrounded by hilly terrain, it isn’t surprising that this natural basin has accumulated a huge quantity of water that its surface area extends to as wide as 24 hectares. And, with a depth that reaches 26 meters below the surface, it provides a cool, relaxing interlude for visitors looking for a break from city noise and heat.
Whether you are going there for a day-trip or for an overnight stay, the place surely can give you the two faces of vacationing – the solace offered by being off the grid and the fun you get from the activities. You can enjoy heart-pumping water sports such as jet-skiing and kayaking or just let the day pass barbecuing on a floating bamboo raft.
It isn’t just the lake itself that you can enjoy. The surrounding slopes blanketed with green shrubs and the expanse of woods that begins right at edge of the lake also give you a wonderful vista, a perfect backdrop for a calm and serene waters like that of Lake Apo’s.
Lake Apo is perfect place for relaxation, which is best enjoyed with people who are dear to us.
We travel around 8 hours to Apo Lake from San Agustin which is situated near Digos city. After 4 hours we stop amd i make some nice photos which you can see down below . Anyway while we traveling to that place some are there on the road stopping our small bus.
People around me gave me some clothes to hide my face actually to hide my white skin. Well if you didn’t know in Philippines if you are white skin foreigner you are target to criminals who thinks that if you’re white that you have money. Well actually that thinking have whole filipinos. But still there’s some who will give you advice how to protect yourself.
After we came to this lake i just want to rest and sleep. And i can tell you fall asleep so fast. In the morning i go little bit to walk around the lake .
And later villagers and those to come on surname gathering (the same surname gatherings) on which we came as well, call me to play basketball with them. Well you know basketball is not my thing, i like more soccer. And i told them that, so their answer is but you wear basketball clothes and you are tall (actually i’m not, but for their country maybe i am 😉)
So we play that game, and i can say that olay very well even they’re not so tall, so after some time i stop playing and i continue to watch them with other people who gather their to watch us playing basketball.
Apo lake is nice place to visit but long traveling to there i really don’t like it much, especially in small bus as that one.
Croatian from Herzegovina First time experience Big Swing
Santa Cruz is place near Digos, actually it is situated in between Digos city and Davao Del Sur and belongs to Sta. Cruz
When they bring me here I wasn’t know why we’re here. And then i read on the big table there it’s written Big Swing. And i was like what the heck.
Sta. CruzSanta Cruz, officially the Municipality of Santa Cruz (Cebuano: Lungsod sa Santa Cruz; Tagalog: Bayan ng Santa Cruz), is a 1st class municipality in the province of Davao del Sur, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 90,987 people.
DAPZ is located at Kibanban, Sinawilan Digos city Davao del sur. Easy to go there just a 20 minutes travel from Digos city poblacion. In going to DAPZ from the Digos we ride pedicab and feel the fresh air as we are travelling up to the DAPZ. As we go to the place we have felt the air that touches our skin smoothly and the green and peaceful surroundings. Going there is already an adventure for us who love to travel.
This activity is available to participants who is brave enough who wish to be rewarded with an unforgettable experience. We Smile as we getting pulled on a rope up to 26 meters high. Then, it feel as the emotion changes into a heart pumping more intensive rush when the cord is released and the gravity pulls you to the earth and the cable do it swings. We feel inspired as we ride through the scenery picture swinging on giant swing on which we can see the sea that take us to a sense of peace and harmony.
Croatian from Herzegovina first time at Tarzan Pool aka Bugak Spring and Resort
To come to “Tarzan pool” (by the way i give name Tarzan Pool, but that is not actually the name of this pool 😉) you need to go with pedicab. We came again from Digos city, i really don’t know where we go and how we come to here 🥴 I just know that we are somewhere in the Jungle/Forest and we need to go down to the pool of Tarzan🌴
Later on i find out that this pool is located in #Matanao here in #Mindanao in the #Philippines🇵🇭
It is nice place to visit with family and friends and make some BBQ here as well.
i didn’t go inside the pool because i feel cold and the weather is much cloudy ⛅️ with sun ☀️ showing from time to time.
When to go:
Weekdays or regular days (lean time, crowd and influx of locals)
Summer (because of its very cold water)
Weekend (that’s if you want to catch their live bands)
Things to do:
Swimming (three different pool)
Live Bands (every weekend)
Enjoying the sound of nature
Best to chill and relax
Town Visit “Municipality of Matanao and Bansalan”
Side trip: Digos City (famous Mers)
This Tarzan Pool is hidden somewhere in the jungle in Matanao.
Pool time ; 7 am to 5 pm
Pool entrance: adult 30 pesos
Kids 15 pesos
Cottages : umbrella type- 50 pesos
Tree House – 300 pesos
Small cottage – 300 pesos (good for 10-15pax)
Big cottage – 500 pesos (good for 15-20 pax)
Bugak Spring Resort is situated in Sitio Bugak, Km.71, Matanao, Davao del Sur. The resort promotes eco-friendly environment as they maintain the clean and fresh surroundings. It stands as a weekend getaway in the locals and nearby towns like any other because of the cold water that gives you a soothing relief and feels you better. A place like in the middle of nowhere. The spring is a hidden gem of the town of Matanao, because of its location buried at the bottom of the cliff, were so many species of trees around, different plants, serene of birds and the beautiful sound of nature.
The resort is the best place for friends and family gatherings, simple occasions, picnics, and a great place to chill and relax because they offer sweet acoustic and band session at the weekend was people can be more enjoyable at their expense of stay at the resort. Offers valuable trip for those who seek simple getaway yet very fresh and relaxing comes with natural spring water of the place.
Peaceful and quiet. Just nature as it should be.
Resort Entrance – Php30 (weekdays) Php50 (weekend)
Cottages – Php50 (umbrella type) Php300 (tree house) Php300 – Php500 (small-big cottages)
Room Rates – Php700 overnight stay (depends on no. of pax)
Corkage Fee – Php120 (per case)
Toilet and Bath
Dawis & Aplaya Beach resorts
Croatian from Herzegovina first time at Dawis & Aplaya beaches
Filipino people from #digoscity loves to come here on Beach near by and bring food with them and enjoy hanging out here with relatives. Something that we #Europeans doing also when spring comes . Here in the Philippines they don’t have spring as well as other seasons that we have in Europe. They have whole year summer + one or two months of rainy seasons which is in August-September
Aplaya in Province of Davao del Sur (Davao) is a town located in Philippines about 620 mi (or 998 km) south-east of Manila, the country's capital town.
There is one Unesco world heritage site nearby. It's Mount Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in a distance of 54 mi (or 88 km), East. In need of a room? Pay room in Digos for you. It is the best that you book room near of some shop malls, because there you want to be whole day ✌️
If you are here already, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Digos, Hagonoy, Santa Cruz, Padada and Matanao. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info.
If you visit Digos City don´t forget Dawis and Aplaya beach resorts. City is not so beautiful, so go to Dawis Beach or Aplaya beach resort. You can find some small cheap resorts here with a clean beach. You also can buy food in first resort you will see when you arrive Dawis. Tricycle from city cost 80 pesos. From bus terminal only 50 p
Plant your own
You have land? Then what are you waiting for? Don’t be lazy, plant food that can feed you.