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Saturday, October 24, 2009

How to go to Eden Nature Park

There are daily flights from Manila to Davao, which normally takes 1 and 1/2 to 2 hours travel. From the airport, you hire a taxi going to Eden Nature Park. Air-conditioned taxi cost around P1,200 (negotiable) while ordinary costs around P800, but be sure to settle the price before going there.

Another option is to ride a jeepney going to Toril and go down in front of mercury drugstore. From there you can hire motorcycles that costs around P80 to take you to the entrance of the park.

(Source: Eden Nature Park and Resort Website)
If you have your own vehicle, from Davao you can travel southwards going to digos. At the Toril intersection, turn right at the next corner. When you reach a fork, follow the left road. After crossing the bridge, watch out for the next road to your left.Take this road which will lead you to slopes of Mt.Talomo, passing by the barangays of Bato, Bayabas and finally, barangay Eden. If you are lost, you can always ask for directions, Heheh...


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