Ramon Magsaysay Park
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Location: Samal Ferry Terminal Kinawitnon Babak district, Island City Garden of Samal
Location: Km. 11 Sasa Ferry Terminal, Sasa Davao City
Barge schedule: 24/7 barge operation
Fare: 10 Pesos
|Motorcycle & Mountain bike||60.00 Pesos|
|Private vehicle ( SUV/Sedan)||270 Pesos|
SAMAL MOTOR BANCA
￼Babak, Samal’s lantza wharf
Route: Babak, Samal to km. 12 Sasa lantza wharf, Davao City vice versa
Schedule: Daily trips
Operating hours: 5 AM – 9 PM (maybe earlier depending on the sea-condition along Davao-Samal chanel).
Fare: 12 Pesos per head
Port Sta. Ana’s historical marker inside Ramon Magsaysay Park
Route: Sta. Ana wharf to Kaputian and/or Talicud Island
There are motor bancas awaiting passengers at Sta. Ana wharf, do come early as much as possible so that you may not have trouble looking for vacant seats especially during peak seaaon.
Fare: Ranging from 60-80 Pesos per head