Get ready for Kadayawan Festival 2014
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The Philippines is one of the happiest countries in the World and home to various colorful festivals. Whether its religious or cultural, each province or town has its own fiesta and most of them are celebrated with numerous activities that reflects the city’s religious belief and cultural background.
Kadayawan sa Dabaw 2014
Every year, one of the most awaited festival is Davao City’s Kadayawan Festival. Expect colorful float parades, street dance competitions, and art exhibits to showcase Davao’s wealth and bounty. Kadayawan Festival 2014 festival highlight will fall on August 16 and 17, 2014 with the much awaited Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan Street dancing competiton and Pamulak sa Kadalanan Floral Float Parade.
Kadayawan Festival 2014
Kadayawan Festival 2014 Schedule of Activities
August 16, 2014 (Saturday) – Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan – Indak-indak is Davao Kadayawan Festival 2014’s famous street dance competition which is participated by various tribes. Apart from the 10 participating tribes, there are also out of town contingents from different provinces and cities all over Mindanao.
August 17, 2014 (Sunday) – Pamulak Kadayawan – A parade of florally dressed floats of various shapes and sizes showcasing the abundant vegetation of the Davao Region.
Please stay tuned for the complete and updated Kadayawan Festival 2014 schedule:)
Things to Do in Davao City and Nearby Towns
- Visit Kapatagan Valley in Davao del Sur
- Jack’s Ridge in Davao City
- Davao Crocodile Park
- Davao Eagle Park
- Kublai’s Agong House and Tibolo Village
- Outland Adventure Xcelerator Zip Line in Davao
- Maxima Aquafun in Samal Island
Where to Stay in Davao City for Kadayawan Festival 2014
- Marco Polo Hotel Davao City
- 5 Best Rated Hotels in Davao City
- Best Hostels in Davao City
- Microtel Hotel Davao
- Lispher Inn Davao
- Malagos Garden Resort
- Mt Apo Highland Resort
How to Get to Davao City
Fly from Manila (less than two hours) to Davao via the Davao International Airport.
Flights are also available from other key cities such as Butuan, Clark, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Dipolog, Iloilo, Kalibo, Puerto Princesa, Zamboanga and even Singapore.
Buses are available from Manila and key points in Mindanao, including Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cotabato, Digos, General Santos, Kidapawan, Koronadal, Surigao and Tagum.
There are ferries that travel from Manila to Davao.