This is a part of our first day DIY tour in Davao City last May 2016.
Check main blog post for my Davao del Sur & Samal Island adventure.
• How to get here from Davao Airport and how much?
> From Davao Airport we took a taxi to Ecoland Bus Terminal (150php)
> We’re supposed to take a bus to Digos City unfortunately there are no available aircon bus so we took a van which dropped us to the habal habal terminal in Digos City (120php/head) – 2hours travel time more or less
> Habal habal (We rented kuya Manong to tour us around Kapatagan (Camp Sabros, Kublai Art Museum & Mirror Lake) then he took us to Bus Terminal after the tour – 1,000php)
> Horse ride (100php/head – roundtrip)
• Entrance Fee:
Adult – 25php
Child – 10php
• Camp Sabros Official Website – Check out their prices and packages for zipline and other outdoor activities
Camp Sabros is an outdoor adventure camp situated 3,980 feet above sea level on the cool highlands of Sitio Barras, Barangay Kapatagan, Digos City, Davao del Sur. It has two of the Philippines’ longest zip lines with its 380 and 400 meters zip lines at 180 feet above the ground.
We took a horse ride to get to Camp Sabros and the view was simply BREATHTAKING and it’s my first time to ride a horse which makes it more awesome. I personally love the ambiance of the place and they offer wide range of activities you can choose from. I tried their zipline while they’re preparing for the tools and equipment the adrenaline started rushing in.
Amenities in the Camp include: hiking trails, billiard hall, picnic tables, cable television, a Deli/Diner that serves food and drinks at affordable prices, souvenir shop, and fireplace-equipped log cabins that can accommodate 4 to 10 persons for overnight stay at the camp. There is also a small convenient store at the Deli that sells snacks and drinks including coffee, ice-cold beverages and cigarettes. Personal toiletries are also available. Bringing of food and drinks is allowed in the Camp. There are no corkage fees.
The weather at Camp Sabros is usually cool all year round. I find it similar to Sagada or Baguio. Electricity is available at the Camp, and all major cellphone carriers have good signals therein.