Kadayawan Sa Dabaw 2015

kadayawan sa dabaw

The biggest festival in Davao City — Kadayawan sa Dabaw — culminates today with the highly-anticipated Floral Float Competition! Ironically I left yesterday after witnessing one entry at the Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan, which is one of the highlights of the festival.

Kadayawan sa Dabaw 2015 is the 30th Kadayawan celebration and as usual, it attracted thousands of local and foreign tourists to Davao City.

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Prices of fruits drop at this season of bountiful harvest. I only spent a total of P200 for 3 kilos of mangosteen and 2 big pieces of marang.

Kadayawan is an annual festival in Davao City celebrating its bountiful harvests. You will find fruits that are fresh from the farms being sold on the streets and in public markets (the most popular and probably the biggest fruit market you could find is the Bankerohan Public Market) at very low prices: Mangosteen from P40-P50 per kilo, Marang and Rambutan at P20-P30 per kilo, Durian from P35-P65 per kilo, etc. If you buy directly from farmers themselves, you will get even cheaper deals. But as for myself, I don’t normally bargain with farmers because I can only imagine their tiny mark up. They need to earn too, you know.

Next time you plan your trip to Davao, be sure to be there during the Kadayawan week.  With fruits this cheap, you have no excuse not to eat fruits when in Davao.

Madayaw, Dabaw!

 

 

21 Comments on "Kadayawan Sa Dabaw 2015"

  1. How I wished Mr Boss will take me with him to Davao tomorrow. They will have a meeting there in time just in time for the Kadayawan.

  2. Everything is so full of color, I love this festival! I’d love to see this one day. The fruits look really fresh too.

  3. They are also famous because of the fresh fruits aside from the Kadayawan festival. My tita who regularly visits Davao always have fresh fruits pasalubong for us. I never been there, but I hope I can get to visit Davao with my family in the future :)

  4. Wow, fruits are so affordable. How I wish I can experience attending festival in any province. :)

  5. I wish I can travel this place soon!

  6. I wish I can witness kadayawan in davao too. Most of my workmates just went to davao to attend this event. Hopefully next year

  7. I want to visit Davao and witness this festival

  8. Would love to witness Kadayawan festival in the future. And the fruits are sold cheap there ha.

  9. I’m a Dabawenyo and ironically I spent Kadayawan away from the city. But don’t get me wrong, I love Kadayawan. :)

  10. What a great fun event! Hoping to witness Kadaywan in person soon!

  11. I live in Tagum but I have never personally witnessed Kadayawan before. Sa TV ko lang sya napapanood dati. :)

  12. Haven’t been to Davao but my sister-in-law is staying there. Hope we get to visit and see this festival in the future. :)

  13. Aww.. watching a festival… must been a great experience for you. The fruits look so fresh!!

  14. I heard a lot of good things about Kadayawan. Hopefully, I can attend one in the future. I miss durian!!!

  15. OMG, I saw the fruits and the prices, a lot cheaper there in Davao. I am so feeling envious now. I love fruits especially the mangosteen. I hope to visit Davao someday.

  16. Never been there. I think it’s the same as the Sinulog here in Cebu. But I want to try new experience. haha 😀

  17. Looks very inviting! I never been to to Davao nor celebrate this festivities. Thanks for sharing this great photos. I feel like I’m also there celebrating this great occasion.
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  18. It is very fun to attend such festivals. Lots of foods, street shows and other products by the place can be experienced.

  19. I havent been to Davao! I would love to go there.

  20. I want to experience the Kadayawan Festival! Hope we can visit next year.

  21. I haven’t experience or never been to Kadayawan sa Dabaw. I heard a lot of great stories and how fun it is to be there. Yes! your blogpost says it all. One day, I’ll visit Davao and experience this festivity.
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