Other locations that offer a bird's-eye view of the city are the Mati Tourism Complex and Badas Viewdeck. Dahican Beach. Mati has always been known as a beach destination, with foreigners flocking to the city to enjoy what its beaches have to offer. Dahican is one of the most popular destinations in Mati with its 2-kilometer pure, fine white sand shore.
Mati, officially the City of Mati, and, and also referred to as Mati City, is a 5th class city and capital of the province of Davao Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 141,141 people. It is located on the south-eastern side of Mindanao.
Here’s a warning: The road leading to the southeasternmost point of the Philippines is no joke. Before getting there, you have to pass through rough and pot-holed roads. In between, you find yourself fighting time-induced boredom. But once you set foot on Cape San Agustin, you will realize that ...
Cingco Masao resort is a four hour ride from heart of Davao City. Upon taking your way, you can already witness overwhelming view of the sea side and green leaves from the different variety of trees. In addition, the sight of SLEEPING DINOSAUR that connects to the mountain.
Guang-Guang Mangrove Park and Nursery, also called Guang-Guang Marine and Research Center, is a protected mangrove forest spanning 21,000 hectares in Sitio Guang-Guang, Barangay Dahican in Mati, Davao Oriental where 18 of the rarest and endangered mangrove species in the Philippines are found and nurtured.
Mount Hamiguitan Natural Science Museum showcases the wonders of this beautiful Unesco world heritage site located in San Isidro, Davao Oriental. To advocates for people's participation in the mountain's conservation efforts by introducing them its rich flora and fauna, and what it means for the humanity.
Pangyan Falls boasts of three descending tiers of waterfalls. The First Falls, dotted with large boulders of rocks, is a welcoming sight to behold upon arrivals. It is covered with old trees and thick foliage on both sides giving more refreshing feel and unruffled shade.
The Subangan Davao Oriental Provincial Museum is located at the Tourism Complex, City of Mati, Davao Oriental. Contact Ms. Lyrna Padohinog or Ms. Amy Ponce at mobile numbers 0998-977-2935 or 0926-836-2345; email at [email protected]; and visit its website at davaooriental.gov.ph.