Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is credited with making progress in his hometown of Davao City, which he has led since moving into the Malacanang Palace.
In recent years, Davao City has emerged as one of the most attractive business process outsourcing (BPO) destinations in the Philippines and is already a major global company benefiting from outsourcing to operate in the Philippines. We help our customers to take advantage of the business benefits that Davo offers as a promising destination for B-POA. Discuss your requirements and we will draw up a plan so that you can deal with the best it has to offer.
To get there, you can use the Davao City Jeepney Guide app to find and drive the right Jeepney route. From the Overland Transport Terminal in Davado City, take a van that will take you to Tibanban San Isidro, where you will transfer to a jeep that will take you to Barangay La Union, where we can hire a porter or guide for the way.
If you are coming from outside the Philippines, you can travel directly to Davao or if you are coming from Singapore, fly directly from Singapore International Airport (NAIA) to Manila Airport. If you land in Manila before you travel to DAVAO, we will pick you up at NAia airport and transfer you to a hotel in the Philippines. If you have Davado City as your main destination in the Philippines, you might want to consider traveling through Singapore, as this could be the most cumbersome - free - entry.
In fact, it is Mindanao's second largest city after Davao City and the third largest in the Philippines. It is the main gateway to Mindanaso and of course one of the most popular tourist destinations for those coming from Manila or Cebu. Agusan del Norte is an important tourist destination in Davado City and also in the capital. You can also dock at any of our ports, which are actually located in the ports of Davao City, Davadao International Airport (DIA) or at our port of entry in Manila, Manila Airport.
Davao Airport is also connected to a number of international airports, connecting major runways from all parts of the Philippines. No matter where in the world you are, you can fly to the country and land in a plane directly to Davao City.
Davao City also offers a range of public transport services including buses, trains and taxis. There are buses to various cities, most of them located in Mindanao, with buses stopping at various points along the route, which normally lies between Maya and Ecoland in Davao City. You can also reach Daviao City by bus from other parts of the country or by train from the city centre.
If you get a car rental in Davao City, the daily rate from Europcar is usually cheaper. The data shows that a one-day rental of a car from the city center to the airport costs about $67, or $66 for a two-week rental.
A particularly good deal could be the daily rent of a car from the city center to the airport for about $36, which is the lowest offer for Davao City we have seen so far. This is a good price for a two-week rental, but not as good as Europcar's daily rate.
Davao City, the largest city in the Philippines, is the second largest city after Manila, with a population of about 1.5 million.
The seaport is one of the country's busiest, with 17 flights a day to Davao, according to MNLAirport. Although the airport has a capacity of 1.5 million passengers per day and a total of 7,000 passengers, it is not the easiest way to get around. Those who come from the northern part of Luzon and want to avoid traffic in Manila, should fly from Clark to and from Davala. It can be quite expensive to fly from Clark and Davato, as Davaao is a huge city.
Davao City is also one of the most developed and urbanized cities and is connected to Manila by a major highway, the Manila-Davao Expressway, as well as a number of railway lines. This makes it the second largest city in the country after Manila with 1.2 million inhabitants. With a total area of 2.5 million square kilometers, Davaao City is easily accessible by train, bus, ferry and other means of transport.
Transportation is not the most reliable in Davao City and can be annoying, but it is largely safe. Although travel insurance would cover you, we advise you not to forget it when travelling to Davaiao City as it can cause serious damage to your car or other vehicles.
If you are not travelling on a budget, the Seda Abreeza Hotel in Davao is the best choice. If you are retired and looking for a place to relax, be aware that there are houses for sale outside Davaiao City.