KADAYAWAN SA DABAW 2016 SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

KADAYAWAN SA DABAW

Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival Schedule

KADAYAWAN SA DABAW 2016 SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

The Kadayawan sa Dabaw is an annual festival in Davao City Philippines. The term “Kadayawan” came from the friendly greeting “Madayaw”, from the Dabawenyo word “dayaw”, meaning good, valuable, superior or beautiful. Kadayawan Festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture, the bounties of harvest and serenity of living.

KADAYAWAN SA DABAW SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

August 15
2PM Kinabuhi (Life), A Photo Exhibit Durian Home, People’s Park
3PM Misa Pasalamat (Thanksgiving Mass) ,Great Lawn People’s Park
4PM Opening Ceremonies Great Lawn, People’s Park
6PM Tribuhanong Pasasundayag (Cultural Show), Rizal Park
August 16-18
6PM Tribuhanong Pasundayag, Rizal Park
August 18
8AM Dula Kadayawan Great Lawn , People’s Park
(Indigenous and Muslim Traditional Games)
2PM Hiyas sa Kadayawan (Gem of the Kadayawan) Cultural Presentation Atrium , Gaisano Mall of Davao
August 19
7AM Subang Sinugdanan (Tribal Fluvial Parade), Madapo Hills to Mouth of Davao River
8AM Panagtagbo (Tribal Convergence), Tionko Field
6 PM Hiyas sa Kadayawan, Davao City Recreation Center
August 20
7AM Indak Indak sa Kadalanan (Street Dancing) ,Magsaysay Park to Rizal Park
August 21
7AM Pamulak sa Kadayawan (Floral Float Parade), Magsaysay Park to Rizal Park

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WHERE TO STAY WHEN IN DAVAO

Here’s the list of various Hotels and Inns in Davao City. It is recommended to book your hotels as soon as possible as thousands of  guests  are visiting the city during the festival .

Click here for the Hotels and Inns in Davao City

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WHAT TO DO IN DAVAO CITY

Apart from the Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival, Davao City offers a wide array of activities and places to visit to maximize your trip in the city.

I have also included some of my personal experiences in my previous visit in Davao City. You might find this useful in deciding on what other activities you might want to engage  when visiting the Kadayawan sa Dabaw.

Samal island is just a minute away from Davao City. The island offers countless of interesting activities and places for any guests to enjoy. Here  are some of the articles which might be of great help should you wish to have a side trip from this beautiful island.

HOW TO GET TO DAVAO

How to go to Davao, By Air

The Davao International Airport, known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport, is the main link to the Davao region from other nations and other islands in the country .  The Davao International Airport accepts international flights from countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, and Indonesia as well as major Philippine cities such as Cebu, Zamboanga, and Manila.

From the airport, there are taxis that can carry passengers into the metropolis. Hotel pick-up can also be set. Another choice is to rent a car if passengers can drive themselves.

 How to get to Davao By Sea

Boats   have routes going to and from the several islands of the country. Small vessels  are accessible for those who are contriving to travel to any other islands near Davao, like Samal Island.

Getting Around Davao

Jeepneys are likewise a popular way of traveling around Davao.They are the cheapest and most convenient way of traveling around the city. Outside the primary road, pedicabs or tricycles serve as the mode of transportation.

Taxis take passengers from the urban center and surrounding destinations. Outside Davao’s popular hotels or tourist spots, there are taxi cabs that can be rented.

In addition, car for lease is available for touring. In that respect are several cars for hire operators located at the airdrome. Apart from that, there are car  rental companies situated in offices and major hotels in Davao.  Depending on what sort of rental service the tourists want to avail, the cost for leasing a car generally  affordable and  reasonable.

 

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Default Comments (3)

3 Comments:

  1. If only Davao is just one ride away.. i will definitely not miss this wonderful festival… I have always wanted to witness Kadayawan

  2. This should be extra special this year with Duterte as President. I’ve witness one before and it’s really festive.

  3. Davao city looks like an awesome place to have some fun for true.

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