Davao City Food Tour Adventure - Eating Davao

Type Daytour
Code DFT-01
Duration 5 hours
Last Updated 03/08/2020

A GASTRONOMIC ADVENTURE - All aboard on an auto-calesa jeepney for a 5 hour food trip that connects tourists with locals through food and culture. Discover the sights and flavors of the city and embark on a food-packed explorations the city has to offer. This tour will start at 3pm to 8pm from Mondays to Saturdays only. No tour on legal holidays.

A Davao City Food Adventure

Itinerary

"Food is very representative of a city's culture. In order to really get to know a place and the people, you've got to eat the food" - Chef Emeril Lagasse

Don't just see the City..Taste it! This food-filled adventure highlight an appetizing range of delightful cuisine.

  • First off is visiting a hole in the wall convenience food stall that offers hot chocolate and sticky rice.
  • A walking tour in the heart of the city will not be missed and learn about the City's rich history as you try to sample mindanao’s popular skewered snack.
  • Along the way, you will be sampling Davao's famous "pampalamig" and a creatively carved thirst quencher from the tree of life.
  • A sumptuous Davao specialty for dinner will be served at a local eatery.
  • And finally, a walking tour along the strip of local vendors in the City's own night market and try the flavor-filled chewy balls for dessert, a perfect sweet treat to wrap up the day!

Indeed, There's more to Davao city than its rich history and culture.

Inclusions

  • 5 hours guided food tasting tour (8 stops)
  • A passionate and experienced local guide

Conditions

  • Airconditioned transportation
  • Guests will shoulder extra meals not specified in the inclusions
  • In excess of vehicle usage, an hourly rate of 250/hour will be charged.

Extra notes

  • This is a private tour - meaning we can not join/mix you with other groups
  • Rates are subject to change without further notice

No food tour on these dates:

  • Holy week
  • Nov. 1 to 2 (All Saints/Souls' day)
  • Dec. 24 to 26 (Christmas day)
  • Dec. 31 to Jan. 3 (New Year)