Davao City is in South Mindanao, Philippines. Davao is a city which is a beach commercial centre located near Mount Apo. Mount Apo has the highest mountain peak in the world with a height of 955 m. it also places many species of birds. 111 species located in the area originate in this mountain. The city centre People's Park is famous for its colourful original carvings and fountains. The area also houses Durian Dome. The Davao River flows in the middle of the city. Davao is part of the East Asian Growth Area.
February and March are the least seasons of Davao's tourists. Not only are tourists lacking, but most hotels offer cheaper rates to attract tourists this season. Occasionally, travel companies are also rewarding or offering discounts for excursions to Davao to attract tourists in these months. In Davao, the peak of tourism takes place in January. Higher accommodation rates than other seasons. At Christmas time are a very busy date and a date that you should avoid if and not in a busy state. Between May and October is the rainy season. So be prepared if you come at this time.
Sibulan Airport - It is also known as Dumaguete Airport or Dumaguete-Sibulan Airport. This airport serves the public areas of Dumaguete. The airport is named after its location located in the city of Sibulan in the North. The airport is classified as the first-class airport. It provides daily flights to and from Manila and Cebu via Cebu Pacific, Cebgo and PAL Express.
Francisco Bangoy International Airport - The airport is in the North of the city centre. Francisco Bangoy International Airport is the main airport serving the city and the region. In Mindanao, it is the busiest airport and the third busiest in the Philippines. Davao Pacific has announced this airport as their third hub on November 12, 2007. On 26 March 2018, Philippine Airlines, the national flag carrier announced the airport as their third hub.
Davao has a tropical rainforest climate. Davao has two seasons, seasons and wet seasons. The province of Davao usually experiences rare cyclones as the climate is not purely equatorial but subequatorial. lThe Davao temperatures can reach 36 degrees Celsius in summer from March to May and as low as 18 degrees Celsius in the mountains during the rainy season. The average temperature is about 24 to 34 degrees Celsius, and there are not many changes except in May, the hottest month.