E.A.T. Danao is a tourism concept set up to benefit the municipality of Danao and its people. The tour involves responsible tour of Danao’s God-given gifts.
Danao offers unique and exhilarating activities in different categories set amidst verdant valleys framed by the majestic expanse of mountain ranges. To trim down the choices for the individual tourist, specific activities were grouped into three: Extreme, Economic, and Educational. So “E” stands for any of the three; “A” for Adventure; then “T” for Tour.
Eco Adventure Tour: Responsible travel to natural areas through providing tours for tourists who opt for a more leisurely travel. Namely activities like bird watching, caving, an on-site organic farm visit, kayaking, sightseeing, rice field walk, viewing and taking a leisure walk to see Gods creation.
EAT is Extreme Adventure Tour: Responsible travel to natural areas that caters to tourists that prefer extreme adventure activities like river trekking, tyrolean traverse, rappelling, bouldering, rock climbing and the suislide. The place is also potential for bungee jumping.
Educational Adventure Tour: Responsible travel to natural areas focusing on educating tourists and local community on activities like showing the importance of watersheds, forest preservation and ecosystem, organic farming methods and its benefits and sharing Danao’s pride, Francisco Dagohoy’s place in history.
All these activities converged in one place which the town calls the Danao Adventure Park. The Park is located at Barangay Magtangtang, 72 kilometers from the City of Tagbilaran and only about two (2) hours ride away.
As of December 2008, the zip line in Danao town, province of Bohol is the Philippines’ longest and tallest zip line. It traverses around half a kilometer from one mountain to another, taking you to a one-minute exhilirating ride.
E.A.T Danao or Eco/Extreme/Educational Adventure Tour Danao is co-manage by LGU-Danao, Bohol and the different People’s Organizations. It is specifically situated at the Danao Adventure Park – Magtangtang, Danao, Bohol. Danao is 72 km from Tagbilaran City, the provincial capital.