Philippine Eagle Centre
The powerful, large Philippine Eagle (also known as the monkey-eating eagle) is found only in the mountains of eastern Luzon in the north of the archipelago, and in the heavily forested area of Mindanao. The breeding camp for these magnificent predators is sited at Malagos, in Calinan near Davao City. Also at Malagos is an orchid farm, sanctuary of Philippine native orchids, which offers a restaurant and swimming pool as part of its facilities.
Telephone: Philippine Eagle Foundation: (0)82 224 3021
Transport: Buses depart for Calinan every 15 minutes from the Annil Terminal located at the corner of Quirino and San Pedro Extension in Davao. Bus fare is P30.
Opening times: Daily from 8am to 5pm