Camp Sabros | A quick getaway in Digos City

Pack your day bag and start driving your way to Camp Sabros in Kapatagan, Digos City for a quick weekend getaway from Davao City.

Entrance fee

For just Php 25, you’ll be able to relax and unwind in the cool breeze and picturesque view of the mountains.

Getting there

Camp Sabros is approximately 75 km from Davao City. It usually takes around 2 hours to get there depending on traffic conditions.

If you are driving from Davao City, upon reaching the “Welcome to the Lion City of Digos” sign the road will split into two. Follow the main highway to your right. After which, you should be able to see a sign that says Camp Sabros.

Camp Sabros is 27 kilometers from that road. It should take you a 15-25 minute drive before you can reach the entry point that says Camp Sabros 750M.

Upon arrival you may park your vehicle up at the camp proper or at the parking area below.

If you plan to commute from Davao City, take the bus at the Ecoland Terminal in Davao City to go to Digos City Terminal for around 100 pesos per person.

From Digos City, take a tricycle ride to old Digos Terminal for 30 pesos. A van will take you to Camp Sabros for 100 pesos.

Operational hours

Monday – Sunday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Camp Sabros Activities

If you are feeling adventurous, try out their superman zipline which you can do alone or in tandem. There’s also a cable car if you want to take your time in enjoying an unobstructed 360 view from the top.

Too afraid to do Zipline so I just did a Superman pose

Horseback riding is also available if you want to experience the laid back country way of living.

A videoke machine, pool table and table football or foosball are also available beside the restaurant if you prefer to stay indoors.

And make sure to take lots of photos!

Food

You can pack your own food and eat at the picnic tables near the viewing deck.

Don’t fret if you forgot to bring your own food, a restaurant is available inside Camp Sabros serving Filipino dishes.

Accommodation

Should you decide to stay a little longer, they have cottages which can accommodate 1-7 people.

 

How was your experience in Camp Sabros? Let us know in the comments below.

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