Heading to Davao this Kadayawan Festival? No trip around the country is ever complete without sampling these local delicacies!
Read this First: KADAYAWAN DAVAO: Indak Indak sa Kadalanan (A Photo Essay) After Saturday’s street dancing competition, you should watch the next day’s float parade showcasing Davao’s fruits, flowers, and other produce. The parade starts as early as 7am on Sunday and is the culmination of the Kadayawan festival. It’s a highly-anticipated event, not only because … Continue reading KADAYAWAN FLOAT PARADE: A Grand Spectacle of Davao’s Fruits, Flowers, and Stars? (A Photo Essay)
KADAYAWAN SA DABAW is an annual thanksgiving harvest festival in Davao. It is held every 3rd Weekend of August to celebrate the harvest of Davao’s fruits, flowers, and farm produce. Its name comes from the Mandaya word “madayaw“, a warm and friendly greeting used to describe something good, beautiful, valuable, superior, or profitable. If you … Continue reading KADAYAWAN DAVAO: Indak Indak sa Kadalanan (A Photo Essay)
Edwin Sacdalan gave us a sneak peek on his latest crazy idea of doing a pendulum swing, high above the tree in Camp Sabros. I must admit, I did not have the guts to try it. Instead of Bungee jumping, you got to try pendulum swinging instead!
The latest addition to the zip line adventure in Camp Sabros is the 80ft. Tree Rappelling. Most of the people I met who tried it, raved about it more than the longest zip line ride.
…As we walk to the cable car, we reflected on how awesome the adventure was at Camp Sabros ( which stands for SAcdalan BROtherS ). … The best part of being the last person to do the rappel for the day is you get a chance to ride back with Edwin Sacdalan — the maverick behind Camp Sabros.
This is a much faster and scarier zip line than the first. 400 meters is so far the longest zip line point-to-point in the Philippines. The world record is 2 kilometers in South Africa (see Pronutro Zip 2000). Camp Sabros plans to beat that world record. Would you ride a 2km+ zip line?
Tandem Flying in the 380 meters zip line in Camp Sambros, Davao del Sur — Our best family adventure to date! Priceless!