The history of Davao is brief but interesting. It harks to the past and brings to mind tribal wars. drum beats and ritual fires along the river banks which, according to some sources gave origin to the word "Davao" from daba-daba", meaning fire. The early inhabitants occupying the eastern shores of Davao were the Manobos, Tagcaolos, Guianggas, Bilaans and Aetas. On the western portion were the Mandayas and Bagobos.
The Samals occupied the Samal and the Talicud Islands. Later, the Maguindanaos from Cotabato, Zamboanga and Jolo migrated to Davao and succeeded in driving the natives inhabitants to the mountains.
Other Inclusions: Transportation (From Crocodile Park to Rafting Area and back), Riverguide, Use of Gears & Equipment,
Free ride at Zipline, Free entrance at Tribu K'Mindanawan and Butterfly House
08:00am Assembly at Crocodile Park
10:30am Arrival at Put In area, Tamugan
11:00am Start of Rafting
03:00pm Arrival at Take Out area, Purok 8, Lacson
03:30pm Departure for Crocodile Park
04:30pm Arrival at Crocodile Park
Exclusions: Travel Insurance, Personal expenses and other items not mention above.
Children 8- 12years old and below are entitled 50% off of the rate and Free of charge for children ages 0-7 years old.