Davao City, formally the City of Davao, is a very urbanized city in the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
It is the biggest city in the Philippines regarding land region, and the most crowded city in the nation outside Metro Manila. The Philippine falcon, the nation's national feathered creature and thought about the biggest hawk on the planet, is endemic to Davao. The orchid waling-waling and natural products, for example, durians, marang, rambutans, pomeloes and mangosteens are prominent and for the most part less expensive in the city.
The greater part of the guest's objectives in the city join the Philippine Eagle Foundation and Nature Center, Mount Apo, Gap Farming Resort, the Davao Crocodile Park, Malagos Garden Resort, Eden Nature Park, and People's Park in the downtown area which is famous for its models of indigenous individuals and moving wellspring. Samal Island, a piece of Metro Davao, is an island city arranged promptly off the city's drift in the Davao Gulf, prevalently known for its grand shorelines.