After an eventful day at Eden Nature Park yesterday, I realized I had to make yet another long journey today to get to the Philippine Eagle Center. Using public transportation, you first need to get to Calinan and then to Malagos.
After breakfast, I walked from Green Windows Dormitel to Calinan Transit Terminal near Bankerohan Public Market.
Once I reached Calinan, bike taxis approached me asking if I wanted to go to the Philippine Eagle Center. It cost ₱20, so I hopped on one and I was on my way.
I was dropped at the entrance to a park, for which the entry fee was ₱5. The Philippine Eagle Center is housed inside this park.
The entry ticket for the Philippine Eagle Center costs ₱50 (₹69/$1/€0.8).
Although it was already past 1pm, and I hadn’t had lunch yet, I just wanted to get back to Davao City as I didn’t want to risk coming back late like I did yesterday. I slept through much of the journey anyway.
Honestly, today was a bore. I spent more time just getting to Philippine Eagle Center than I did once inside! Complete waste of time if you ask me. But alas, not much else to see or do in Davao. At least tomorrow — my last full day in Davao — I would be trying something I have never tried before: scuba diving!